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Orfana della grotta (balletto favoloso). 1802

Orfana della grotta (balletto favoloso). 1802

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
"Ai leggitori"--p. [3] at beginning; "Mutazioni di scene pel ballo primo ...pel ballo secondo"--p. [8] at beginning; "Mutazioni di scene per l'opera"--p. [9] at beginning.
"Le parole di Sografi veneziano"--p. [5] at beginning.
"La musica è del cel. maestro Giuseppe Nicolini piacentino"--p. [5] at beginning.
"Maestri al cembalo: Ambrogio Minoja, Agostino Quaglia"--p. [6] at beginning.
"Capo d'orchestra, Luigi de Baillou"--p.[6] at beginning.
"Primo violino per i balli, Giuseppe Perruccone Pasqualino"--p. [6] at beginning.
"Direttore del coro, Gaetano Terraneo"--p. [6] at beginning.
"Copista della musica, Gioanni Scotti"--p. [6] at beginning.
"Macchinista, Paolo Grassi"--p. [6] at beginning.
"Capo-sarti inventori del vestiario: da uomo, Antonio Rossetti, Giuseppe Gerosa; da donna, Antonio Majoli"--p. [6] at beginning.
"Inventore, e compositore de' balli, Clerico Francesco"--p. [7] at beginning.
"Primi ballerini seri assoluti: de Caro Narducci Maria, Clerico Franc., Clerico Rosa"--p. [7] at beginning.
"Primi ballerini seri fuori de' concerti: Clerico Gaetano, de Caro Francesca"--p. [7] at beginning.
"Primo ballerino di mezzo carattere fuori de' concerti, Piglia Giacomo"--p. [7] at beginning.
"Secondi ballerini: de Caro Madd., Cozzer Gio. Batt., Corticelli Angela"--p. [7] at beginning.
"Ballerino per le parti, Berri Gaetano"--p. [7] at beginning.
"Ballerina per le parti, Ravarini Teresa"--p. [7] at beginning.
Members of the "Corpo di ballo" named--p. [7] at beginning.
"Supplimenti ai primi ballerini: Cosentini Vincenzo, Benaglia Cosentini Aurora"--p. [7] at beginning.
"Inventore, e pittore di esse Pasquale Canna"--p. [9] at beginning.
Personaggi: TITO MANLIO TORQUATO. Giacomo David -- PUBLIO DECIO MURE. Gaetano Bianchi -- EMILIA. Teresa Bertinotti Radicatti -- MANLIO. Matteo Babbini -- FULVIA. Angela Bianchi -- GEMINIO MEZIO. Venanzio Tarulli--p. [5] at beginning.
"Supplimenti: alla prima donna, Rosa More; al primi tenori, Vincenzo Zardi"--p. [5] at beginning.
"Con num. 26. coristi"--p. [5] at beginning.
Description of accompanying ballo, "La morte di Pirro" appears between acts 1 and 2.
"La morte di Pirro : ballo tragico in cinque atti / composto da Francesco Clerico"--p. 19; "Argomento"--p. 21; scenario--p. 23-26; dancers' names not matched to their roles.
"L'orfana della grotta : balleto favoloso in tre atti / composto da Francesco Clerico"--p. [1] at end; plot summary--p. [1] at end.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1802. (venue)

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01/01/1802
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