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Book/Printed Material Die Zauber Flöte = or Il flauto magico : an heroi-comic opera, in two acts : as represented at the King's Theatre, in the Haymarket, for the benefit of Signor Naldi June 6, 1811

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Title

  • Die Zauber Flöte = or Il flauto magico : an heroi-comic opera, in two acts : as represented at the King's Theatre, in the Haymarket, for the benefit of Signor Naldi June 6, 1811

Names

  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791. cmp
  • Balassi, Signor. voc
  • Schikaneder, Emanuel, 1751-1812, supposed librettist. lbt
  • De Gamerra, Giovanni, 1743-1803. trl
  • Naldi, Signor. dte voc
  • Rovedino, Signor. voc
  • Griglietti, Signora. voc
  • Cauvini, Signor. voc
  • Bertinotti Radicati, Signora. voc
  • Collini, Signora. voc
  • Cauvini, Signora. voc
  • Righi, Signor. voc
  • De Giovanni, Signor. voc

Created / Published

  • London : Printed by J. Brettell, Marshall-Street, Golden-Square : and sold at the opera-house, and no where else, 1811.

Headings

  • -  Operas--Librettos
  • -  Savastro
  • -  Astrifiammante
  • -  Tamino
  • -  Pamina
  • -  Egle
  • -  Aretusa
  • -  Iperetusa
  • -  Monostato
  • -  Papageno
  • -  Papagena
  • -  Demofoonte
  • -  Aronte

Notes

  • -  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
  • -  Libretto in Italian and English on facing pages; price on title page: Two shillings, and no more; an envelope attached to end of libretto.
  • -  Libretto by E. Schikaneder--New Grove.
  • -  "[Performed] in Italian; translated by G. de Gamerra"--Loewenberg.
  • -  Dramatis personae: SAVASTRO. Signor Rovedino -- ASTRIFIAMMANTE. Signora Griglietti -- TAMINO. Signor Cauvini -- PAMINA. Signora Bertinotti Radicati -- EGLE. Signora Collini -- ARETUSA. Signora Griglietti -- IPERETUSA. Signora Cauvini -- MONOSTATO. Signor Righi -- PAPAGENO. Signor Naldi -- AN OLD WOMAN/PAPAGENA. Signora Cauvini -- DEMOFOONTE. Signor De Giovanni -- ARONTE. Signor Balassi--p. 3.
  • -  Performance: London, King's Theatre, 1811.

Medium

  • 86, [2] p. ; 19 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • ML48 [S6852]
  • Microfilm Music 1854, reel 141. Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, [197-]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2010660708

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, . Cmp, Signor. Voc Balassi, Emanuel Schikaneder, Giovanni De Gamerra, Signor. Dte Voc Naldi, Signor. Voc Rovedino, Signora. Voc Griglietti, et al. Die Zauber Flöte = or Il flauto magico: an heroi-comic opera, in two acts: as represented at the King's Theatre, in the Haymarket, for the benefit of Signor Naldi June 6. London: Printed by J. Brettell, Marshall-Street, Golden-Square: and sold at the opera-house, and no where else, 1811. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2010660708/.

APA citation style:

Mozart, W. A., Balassi, S. V., Schikaneder, E., De Gamerra, G., Naldi, S. D. V., Rovedino, S. V. [...] De Giovanni, S. V. (1811) Die Zauber Flöte = or Il flauto magico: an heroi-comic opera, in two acts: as represented at the King's Theatre, in the Haymarket, for the benefit of Signor Naldi June 6. London: Printed by J. Brettell, Marshall-Street, Golden-Square: and sold at the opera-house, and no where else. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010660708/.

MLA citation style:

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, . Cmp, et al. Die Zauber Flöte = or Il flauto magico: an heroi-comic opera, in two acts: as represented at the King's Theatre, in the Haymarket, for the benefit of Signor Naldi June 6. London: Printed by J. Brettell, Marshall-Street, Golden-Square: and sold at the opera-house, and no where else, 1811. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010660708/>.