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Sposa bisbetica. Libretto. Italian

Sposa bisbetica. Libretto. Italian

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Two acts; terms of availability--verso of title page; scene and ballet descriptions--p. IV; "Variazoni"--p. [1]-[4] at end.
"Con permissione"--title page.
"La musica è del celebre signor Guglielmi maestro di cappella napolitano"--verso of title page.
"Li balli sono composti e diretti dal signor Gaetano Gioja"--p. III.
"Primi ballerini serj signor Gaetano Gioja sud., signora Maria Eblain"--p. III.
"Primi grotteschi a vicenda li signori Agostino Bertorelli, Gio. Cipriani, Luigi Ghilardini, Nicola Lucidi, Teresa Brunetti, Margar. Cipriani, Annunc. Bigiogero"--p. III.
"Primi ballerini fuori concerto li signori Antonio Bigiogero, Cecilia Grassini"--p. III.
"Ballerini per le parti li signori il sud. Gio. Cipriani, Fran. Marochetti, Giac. Miglietti"--p. III.
"Vedasi in fine la descrizione del primo ballo ed il titolo del secondo"--p. III.
Ballet information not present in this copy.
"Inventore, e disegnatore degli abiti il signor N.N., ed eseguiti dalli signori Carlo, e Giacinto Cerutti padre e figlio sarti da uomo torinenesi, Anna Cerutti sarta da donna torinese"--p. III.
"Inventori e pittori delle scene li signori Fabrizio, e Remigio zio, e nipote Sevesi"--p. IV.
"Figurista signor Luigi Vacca"--p. IV.
Attori: Prima donna assoluta, GIOCONDINA. La Sig. Genovessa Canvassi Garnier -- Primo mezzo carattere assol., CAVALIERE. Il Sig. Paolo Benigno detto il Parmegianino -- Primi buffi a perfetta vicenda, e parte uguale, BONARIO. Il Sig. Tomaso Carmanini -- FACCENDA. Il Sig. Gaetano Pasini -- Seconda donna, ISABELLA. La signora Giacinta Machiavelli -- Altro primo mezzo carattere, FLAMMINIO. Il Sig. Giuseppe Machiavelli -- Terza donna, ROSINA. La Sig. Camilla Sevesi -- SUPPLEMENTO. La signora Rosa Zachielli--verso of title page.
Performance: Torino, Teatro di S.A. serenissima il signor principe di Carignano, 1798. (venue)

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01/01/1798
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