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Scuola de' gelosi. Libretto. Italian

Scuola de' gelosi. Libretto. Italian

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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Two acts.
"La musica è composta dal Sig. Antonio Salieri, maestro di cappella in attual servizio di Sua Sacra maestà l'augustissimo imperatore"--p. 3.
"Il scenario sarà eseguito dal Sig. Girolamo e cugini Mauro"--p. 3.
"Il vestiario sarà di ricca, e vaga invenzione del Sig. Antonio Dian detto il Vicentino"--p. 3.
"Li balli sono d'invenzione, e direzione del signor Filippo Beretti"--p. 4.
"Primi ballerini serj, Sig. Filippo Beretti suddet., Sig. Anna Beretti"--p. 4.
"Primi grotteschi, Sig. Antonio Berti, Sig. Anna Zoccoli"--p. 4.
"Primni grotteschi fuori de' concerti, Sig. Riccardo Blech, al servisio di S.A.R. di Parma, Sig. Anna Tantini"--p. 4.
"Altri ballerini del concerto, Sig. Michiel Seracini, Sig. Pietro Mello, Sig. Cesare Leoni, Sig. Anna Brendi, Sig. Diomira Mello, Sig. Maria Gennaro, Sig. Antonio Voli, Sig. Anna Buttera"--p. 4.
"Mezzi caratteri fuori de' concerti, Sig. Giuseppe Bartolomei, Sig. Geltrude Galassi"--p. 4.
"Altri ballerini fuori de' concerti, Sig. Felice Morini, Sig. Gesualda Galassi"--p. 4.
Singers' names not given.
Performance: Teatro Giustiniani di San Moisè, 1779. (venue)







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