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Rapimento. Libretto

Rapimento. Libretto

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"Parole di Gaetano Rossi. Musica del maestro Placido Mandanici. Le scene sono nuove, d'invenzione ed esecuzione dei signori Cavallotti Baldassarre e Menozzi Domenico"--P. 3.
"Primo violino, capo e direttore d'orchestra sig. Cavallini Eugenio ... Primo violino per i balli sig. De Bayllou Giuseppe"--P. 4.
"Direttore dei cori sig. Granatelli Giulio Cesare ... Editore della musica sig. Ricordi Giovanni ... Capi sarti da uomo signori Antonio Felisi, da donna sig. Paolo Veronesi"--P. 5.
Includes cast list.
Includes stage directions.

date_range

Date

01/01/1837
place

Location

italy
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Source

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copyright

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Explorelibrettos italy milan

Exploregiuseppe de baillou

Exploreplacido mandanici

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