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Odervik (ballo). 1799

Odervik (ballo). 1799

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Two acts; scene and ballet descriptions--p. 6.
"Colla permissione"--title page.
"Compositore della musica, Sig. maestro Nicola Zingarelli"--p. 4.
"Maestro al cembalo, Sig. Ambrogio Minoja"--p. 4.
"Capo d'orchestra, Sig. Luigi De Baillou"--p. 4.
"Primo violino per i balli, Sig. Giuseppe Peruccone Pasqualino"--p. 4.
"Inventore, e pittore delle scene tante per l'opera, che per i balli, Sig. Paolo Landriani"--p. 4.
"Macchinista, Sig. Paolo Grassi"--p. 4.
"Inventore, e compositore de' balli, Sig. Gaspare Ronzi"--p. 5.
"Primi ballerini, Sig. Gaspare Ronzi sud., signora Gaetana Vezoli"--p. 5.
"Seconde ballerine, signora Angela Sala, signora Eugenia Depervil"--p. 5.
"Primo ballerino grottesco per le parti comiche, Sig. Ranieri Pazzini"--p. 5.
"Ballerino per le parti, Sig. Lorenzo Coleoni"--p. 5.
"Altri ballerini per far le parti, signori Luigi Sbrocchi, Pietro Messa, Alessandro Croce; signora Teresa Ravarina"--p. 5.
"Ballerini di concerto" listed--p. 5.
"Primo ballerino fuori de' concerti, Sig. Filippo Bertini"--p. 5.
"Il primo ballo nuovo, Odervik"--p. 6.
Personaggi: OLIVETTA. Signora Anna Storace -- IL CONTE DON ALBERTO. Sig. Gio. Braham -- OTTAVIO. Sig. Luigi Bonfanti -- NARDUCCIO. Sig. Michele Vaccani -- GIACOMINA. Signora Marianna Muraglia -- DONNA ARTEMISIA. Signora Maria Menghini -- MARCELLINO. Sig. Giuseppe Ferrario--p. 3.
"Prima donna di supplemento, signora Giacinta Bigi"--p. 3.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1799. (venue)

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01/01/1799
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in milano
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