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Vindemmia (ballo). 1791

Vindemmia (ballo). 1791

 
 
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U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Three acts; dedication signed: Gaetano Maldonati--p. 3-4; scene and ballet descriptions--p. 8.
"Colla permissione"--title page.
"Compositore della musica Sig. Giovanni Paisiello maestro di cappella napolitano all'attual servizio delle LL. MM. siciliane"--p. 5.
"Al cembalo, Sig. maestro Ambrogio Minoja, Sig. maestro Agostino Quaglia"--p. 6.
"Capo d'orchestra, Sig. Luigi De Baillou"--p. 6.
"Primo violino per i balli, Sig. Giuseppe Perruccone detto Pasqualino"--p. 6.
"Inventori del vestiario, signori Motta, e Mazza"--p. 6.
"Berettonaro, Sig. Giovanni Bacchetta"--p. 6.
"Inventore, e compositore de' balli, Sig. Giuseppe Herdlitzka"--p. 7.
"Primi ballerini, Sig. Gio. Batista Checchi, signora Aurora Benaglia"--p. 7.
"Altro primo ballerino fuori de' concerti, Sig. Giuseppe Herdlitzka sud."--p. 7.
"Primi grotteschi a vicenda, Sig. Ranieri Pazzini, signora Isabella Venturini, Sig. Giuseppe Cappelletti, signora Carolina Branchere"--p. 7.
"Ballerini di mezzo carattere, Sig. Gaetano De Stefani, signora Sara Bolla, signora Giuditta Paracca, Sig. Giuseppe Boudet, Sig. Lorenzo Coleoni"--p. 7.
"Ballerini di concerto" listed--p. 7.
"Ballo primo pantomimo di mezzo carattere La schiava americana"--p. 7.
"Ballo secondo comico La vindemmia"--p. 7.
"Inventore, e pittore delle scene, Sig. Pietro Gonzaga veneziano"--p. 8.
"Argomento, e dichiarazione del primo ballo intitolato La schiava americana"--p. [5]-[8].
Personaggi: [ballo] YARIKO ... INKLE ... BEGLEY ... FANNI ... SORROVGREY ... DON ESTADOS ... DON BRAYELAS ... DONNA EMMANUELA--p. [3] at end.
Singers' names not given.
Performance: Milano, Teatro alla Scala, 1791. (venue)

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01/01/1791
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in milano
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