Book/Printed Material Furbo contro il furbo. Libretto. English & Italian Diamond cut diamond

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Title

  • Furbo contro il furbo. Libretto. English & Italian

Other Title

  • Diamond cut diamond

Alternate Title

  • Diamond cut diamond

Contributor Names

  • Fioravanti, Valentino, -- 1764-1837 (composer)
  • D'Egville, Mr. (production_personnel)
  • Tottola, Andrea Leone (librettist)
  • Buonaiuti, S. (Serafino). (librettist)
  • Catalani, Madame. (vocalist)
  • Dusseck, Madame. (vocalist)
  • Righi, Signor. (vocalist)
  • Morelli, Signor. (vocalist)
  • Rovedino, Signor. (vocalist)
  • Braghetti, Signor. (vocalist)
  • De Giovanni, Signor. (vocalist)
  • Weichsell, Mr. (conductor)
  • Ferrari, Mr. (instrumentalist)
  • Cabanel, Mr. (production_personnel)
  • Sestini, Mr. (costume_designer)

Created / Published

  • Printed by R. Zotti, No. 16 Broad-Street, Golden-Square, London, 1808, monographic.

Subject Headings

  • -  Operas -- Librettos
  • -  Rosina
  • -  Olimpia
  • -  Federigo
  • -  Melibeo
  • -  Sciabecchino
  • -  Gaspero
  • -  Brunetto

Notes

  • -  with additions and alterations, by S. Buonaiuti ; the music by Fioravanti. (statement of responsibility)
  • -  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
  • -  "Price two shillings (and no more)"---bottom of title page; "Sketch of the fable"--p. 4-5; "Erratum"--p. [1] at end.
  • -  Libretto in Italian and English on facing pages.
  • -  Libretto by Andrea Leone Tottola--Dizionario della musica e dei musicisti.
  • -  Work also known as "Il ciabattino ingentilito," "L'arte contre l'arte," and "Chi la fa, Chi la disfa e chi l'imbroglio"--Stieger. Opernlexikon
  • -  "Leader of the band, Mr. Weichsell"--p. 3.
  • -  "At the harpsichord, Mr. Ferrari"--p. 3.
  • -  "Machinist, Mr. Cabanel"--p. 3.
  • -  "Taylor and dress-maker, Mr. Sestini"--p. 3.
  • -  "Acting-manager, Mr. D'Egville"--p. 3.
  • -  Dramatis Personæ: ROSINA. Madame Catalani, prima donna buffa -- OLIMPIA. Madame Dusseck, prima donna seria -- FEDERIGO. Signor Righi, primo mezzo-carattere -- MELIBEO. Signor Morelli, primo buffo -- SCIABECCHINO. Signor Rovedino, altro primo buffo -- GASPERO. Signor Braghetti, secondo buffo -- BRUNETTO. Signor De Giovanni, secondo mezzo-carattere--p. 3.
  • -  Performance: London, King's Theatre, 1808. (venue)

Form

  • print

Extent

  • 103, [1] p. ; 19 cm.

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2010660981

LC Classification

  • ML48 [S3132]

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Fioravanti, Valentino, Mr D'Egville, Andrea Leone Tottola, S Buonaiuti, Madame Catalani, Madame Dusseck, Signor Righi, et al. Furbo contro il furbo. Libretto. English & Italian. Printed by R. Zotti, No. 16 Broad-Street, Golden-Square, London, monographic, 1808. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2010660981/.

APA citation style:

Fioravanti, V., D'Egville, M., Tottola, A. L., Buonaiuti, S., Catalani, M., Dusseck, M. [...] Sestini, M. (1808) Furbo contro il furbo. Libretto. English & Italian. Printed by R. Zotti, No. 16 Broad-Street, Golden-Square, London, monographic. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010660981/.

MLA citation style:

Fioravanti, Valentino, et al. Furbo contro il furbo. Libretto. English & Italian. Printed by R. Zotti, No. 16 Broad-Street, Golden-Square, London, monographic, 1808. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010660981/>.