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Pianella perduta (ballo). 1795

Pianella perduta (ballo). 1795

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Three acts; "Colla permissione"--title page; "Argomento"--p. 5; scene descriptions for the opera--p. 9; scene descriptions for the ballet--p. 10; alternate aria (duet) for act 1, scene 6--p. [15] at end.
Dedication on p. 3-4 dated, "Milano li 31. gennajo 1795" and signed, "Gaetano Maldonati."
"Compositore della musica, Sig. maestro Ferdinando Për all'attuale servizio di S.A.R. il serenissimo infante duca di Parma"--p. 7.
"Al cembalo, Sig. maestro Ambrogio Minoja, Sig. maestro Agostino Quaglia"--p. 7.
"Capo d'orchestra, Sig. Luigi De Baillou"--p. 7.
"Primo violino per i balli, Sig. Giuseppe Peruccone detto Pasqualino"--p. 7.
"Inventori del vestiario, signori Motta, e Mazza"--p. 7.
"Machinista, Sig. Paolo Grassi"--p. 7.
"Berettonaro, Sig. Giovanni Bacchetta"--p. 7.
"Inventore, e compositore de' balli, Sig. Paolino Franchi"--p. 8.
"Primi ballerini serj, Sig. Paolino Franchi, signora Carolina Pitrot"--p. 8.
"Primi grotteschi a vicenda, Sig. Giuseppe Conti d. Prussia, Sig. Gio. Batista Orti, signora Gius. Santambrogio, signora Teresa Brunetti"--p. 8.
"Ballerini per far le parti, Sig. Lorenzo Coleoni, Sig. Angelo Tinti, signora Anna Orti, signora Teresa Ravarini"--p. 8.
"Ballerini di concerto" named--p. 8.
"Primi ballerini di mezzo carattere fuori de' concerti, Sig. Gaetano Massini, signora Carolina Barbina"--p. 8.
"Altro primo ballerino fuori de' concerti, Sig. Giovanni Bianciardi"--p. 8.
"Inventore, e pittore delle scene, Sig. Paolo Landriani milanese"--p. 10.
Personaggi: TAMERLANO. Sig. Andrea Martini detto Senesino all'attual servizio di S.A.R. il gran duca di Toscana -- BAJAZETTE. Sig. Gustavo Lazzerini -- ROSSANA. Signora Teresa Bertinotti -- FATIMA. Signora Margarita Bianchi -- OSMANO. Sig. Giuseppe Battazzi -- OMAR. Sig. Giuseppe Cocchi--p. 6.
"Parti di supplemento per li soprani, signora Teresa Franchetti, signora Maria Valerio; per li tenori, Sig. Andrea Torri"--p. 6.
"Con n. 27. coristi diretti dal Sig. Gaetano Terraneo"--p. 6.
Includes descriptions of the accompanying ballets, "La Lodoiska" and "Gli Amori d'Angelica, e Medoro," following the libretto on p. [1]-[14] at end, and mentions a third ballet, "La pianella perduta" on p. [14] at end.
"La Lodoiska : ballo eroico-tragico-pantomimo in cinque atti / composto, ed eseguito dal Sig. Paolino Franchi"--p. [1] at end; choreographer's foreword--p. [3] at end; "Prefazione"--p. [4]-[6] at end; scenario--p. [8]-[13] at end; Personaggi: IL PRINCIPE LUPAUSKI. Sig. Lorenzo Coleoni -- LODOISKA. Signora Carolina Pitrot -- CONTE LOVINSKI. Sig. Paolino Franchi -- CONTE BOLESLAO. Sig. Gaetano Massini -- RADOSKI. Sig. Giovanni Bianciardi -- VARBEL. Sig. Giuseppe Conti detto Prussia -- RESELSKA. Signora Carolina Barbina -- TITSIKANO. Sig. Angelo Tinti -- KAITAKAM. Sig. Gio. Batista Orti -- LISINSKA. Signora Giuseppa Santambrogio -- ZAREMA. Signora Teresa Brunetti--p. [7] at end.
"Ballo secondo eroico pastorale in tre atti Gli amori d'Angelica e Medoro"--p. [14] at end; "Spiegazione del ballo"--p. [14] at end.
"Ballo terzo, La pianella perduta"--p. [14] at end.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1795. (venue)

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