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Vendetta d'amore (ballo). 1801

Vendetta d'amore (ballo). 1801

 
 
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del cittadino Franco Salfi ; da rappresentarsi nel teatro alla Scala il carnevale dell'anno 1801. V.S. anno IX. repubblicano. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
"Cittadini"--p. [5]-[6] at beginning; "L'autore al pubblico"--p. [7] at beginning; "Mutazioni di scene per il melodramma ... per i balli"--p. [12] at beginning.
"La musica è del celebre maestro di cappella Zingarelli Nicola"--p. [9] at beginning.
"Ai cembali: maestro Ambrogio Minoja, maestro Agostino Quaglia"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Capo d'orchestra, Luigi de Baillou"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Primo violino per i balli: Giuseppe Peruccone Pasqualino"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Inventore, e pittore delle scene, Paolo Landriani"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Macchinista, Paolo Grassi"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Capi-sarti inventori del vestiario: da uomo, Antonio Rosseti, Giuseppe Gerosa; da donna, Antonio Majoli"--p. [10] at beginning.
"Compositore, Monticini Giovanni"--p. [11] at beginning.
"Primi ballerini serj assoluti: Villeneuve Carlo, Montici Teresa"--p. [11] at beginning.
"Secondi ballerini serj: Pozzi Giovanni, Pozzi Francesca, Aruzati Carlo"--p. [11] at beginning.
"Ballerini per le parti: Coleoni Lorenzo, Berri Gaetano"--p. [11] at beginning.
"Per la parte d'amorino, Conti Maria"--p. [11] at beginning.
"Primi ballerini di mezzo carattere fuori de' concerti: Bertini Filippo, Sala Angela"--p. [11] at beginning.
"Ballerini di concerto" named--p. [11] at beginning.
Attori: CLITENNESTRA. Catalani Angelica -- EGISTO. Bianchi Adamo -- ORESTE. Brizzi Antonio -- PILADE. Ferrario Paolo -- ELETTRA. Calcina Teresa -- ISMENE. Canzone Rosa -- SOMMO SACERDOTE. Calcina Giacomo--p. [9] at beginning.
"Supplemento alla prima donna, Serafini Giudita"--p. [9] at beginning.
"Supplemento ai primi tenori, Martinelli Filippo"--p. [9] at beginning.
Includes description of accompanying ballets, "Bianca de Rossi" and "La vendetta d'amore."
"Bianca de Rossi : ballo primo. La vendetta d'amore : ballo secondo / composti, e diretti da Giovanni Monticini"--p. [1] at end; "Cittadini" by Giovanni Monticini--p. [3] at end; "Argomento"--p. [5] at end; scenario--p. [7]-[9] at end; Personaggi: EZZELLINO DA ROMANO. Lorenzo Colleoni -- BIANCA DE ROSSI. Teresa Monticini -- BATTISTA DELLA PORTA. Carlo Villenevue -- ALBERTO. Maria Conti -- GHERARDO. Filippo Bertini -- GIULIA. Angela Sala -- BEATRICE. Francesca Pozzi -- GOBOARDO. Giovanni Pozzi -- aGOLINO. Gaetano Berri -- ARTUFFO. Carlo Aruzati--p. [6] at end.
"Ballo secondo, La vendetta d'amore"--p. [10] at end; description--p. [10] at end.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1801. (venue)

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01/01/1801
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