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La costanza di Rosmonda drama per musica

La costanza di Rosmonda drama per musica

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di Aurelio Aureli, fauola quinta ; rappresentata in Venetia nel Teatro Grimano l'anno 1659 ; all'Illustriss. e Reuerendiss. signor abbate Vittorio Grimani Calergi. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Three acts; librettist's dedication--p. 3-4; librettist's foreword--p. 5-6; "Argomento de i fatti antecedenti à quelli del drama"--p. 7-9; scene descriptions--p. 10-11; "Prologo ... La Luna, Il Tempo, La Poesia, La Fortuna"--p. 13-16; synopsis in verse for each act immediately preceding it; afterword containing suggested cuts and alternate text passages--p. 91-92.
Music for La costanza di Rosimonda [sic] by Giovanni Battista Volpe (pseudonym: Rovettino)--Dizionario della musica e dei musicisti.
"Con licenza de' superiori, e priuilegio"--title page.
Scenery by Alfonso Moscatelli, costumes by Horatio Franchi--foreword.
Performers' names not given.
Performance: Venezia, Teatro Grimani, 1659. (venue)

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01/01/1659
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in venetia
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