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Gioventù di Enrico V. Libretto. Italian

Gioventù di Enrico V. Libretto. Italian

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Two acts.
Libretto by Filippo Tarducci--Dizionario della muscia e dei musicisti.
"La musica è del Sig. Luigi Carlini, maestro di cappella napolitano"--p. 3.
"Primo violino, e direttore del'orchestra, Sig. Gaetano Guida"--p. 3.
"Architetto, e dipintore delle scene, Sig. Francesco Rossi"--p. 3.
"Appaltatore, ed inventore del vestiario, Sig. Niccola Bozzaotra"--p. 3.
"Macchinista, Sig. Vincenzo Sacchetto"--p. 3.
Attori: IL PRINCIPE ERRICO. Signor Giacomo Guglielmi -- IL CONTE ROCESTER. Signor Antonio Tamburrini -- EDUARDO. Signor Luigi de Rosa -- CAPITANO COOP. Signor Gennaro Luzio il giovane -- BETTINA. Signora Carolina Brizzi -- MILADY CLARA. Signora Luigia Romitz--p. 4.
Performance: Napoli, Teatro Nuovo sopra Toledo, 1819. (venue)

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01/01/1819
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