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Molinara. Libretto. German

Molinara. Libretto. German

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mit Musik von Paesiello. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
L'Amor contrastato, also known as Die schöne Müllerin, libretto by G. Palomba--Loewenberg. Annals of Opera.
Personen: BARONIN EUGENIA. Mlle. Leist -- BARON FELSENHERZ. Hr. Stümer -- RÖSCHEN. Mad. Schulz -- LIESCHEN. Mlle. Reinwald -- NOTAR PISTOFOLUS. Hr. Blume -- KNOLL. Hr. Wauer -- FERDINAND. Hr. Weitzmann--verso of title page.

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