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Book/Printed Material Matti per amore. Libretto. German & Italian

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Title

  • Matti per amore. Libretto. German & Italian

Names

  • Cocchi, Gioacchino, -- approximately 1720- (composer)
  • Desplaces, Mad. (dancer)
  • Denis, Mr. (dancer)
  • Denis, Mad. (dancer)
  • Le Fêvre, Mssr. (dancer)
  • Dubois, Mssr. (dancer)
  • Babron, Mssr. (dancer)
  • Götzen, Madme. (dancer)
  • Krohnen, Madme. (dancer)
  • Baron, Madme. (dancer)
  • Blache, Mons. (dancer)
  • Gobbert, Mons. (dancer)
  • Desplaces, Mr. (dancer)

Created / Published

  • Bey Haude und Spener, Berlin, 1764, monographic.

Headings

  • -  Operas -- Librettos
  • -  Eugenia
  • -  Fazio Tondi
  • -  Lisetta
  • -  Mosca
  • -  Ridolfo

Notes

  • -  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
  • -  Three acts; added title page in Italian; libretto in Italian and German on facing pages; ballet descriptions in French--p. [1]-[3] at end.
  • -  "Die Musik ist von dem berühmten Capellmeister, Herrn Joachim Cochi, Mitglied der Philarmonischen Akademie"--p. 5.
  • -  "Ballets dans l'opera comique, Li matti per amore: le premier ballet après le premier acte est appellé Le bien et le Mal, tiré des contes de la Fontaine, representé par ... Mr. Denis, Mad. Denis, pasteurs, où gens de village; de même Mssrs. Le Fêvre, Dubois, Babron; Madmes. Götzen, Krohnen, Baron; seigneurs: Mons. Blache & Gobbert ...; le second ballet après le second acte est d'une chasse per forçe executé par des chasseurs & des bergéres: Mr. Desplaces, chasseur, [et] Mad. Desplaces, bergere; figurants, Mssrs. Blache ... [et al.], figurantes, Madmes. Götzen ... [et al.]; le troisiéme ballet après le troisiéme acte represente des noces generales d'un chateau executé par tous les premiers danseurs & danseuses, & tous les figurants & figurantes ..."--p. [1]-[3] at end.
  • -  Singers' names not given.
  • -  Performance: Berlin, Schloss-Schauplatz, 1764. (venue)

Form

  • print

Extent

  • 91, [5] p. ; 18 cm.

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2010664754

LC Classification

  • ML48 [S2036]

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Cocchi, Gioacchino, Mad Desplaces, Mr Denis, Mad Denis, Mssr Le Fêvre, Mssr Dubois, Mssr Babron, et al. Matti per amore. Libretto. German & Italian. Bey Haude und Spener, Berlin, monographic, 1764. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2010664754/.

APA citation style:

Cocchi, G., Desplaces, M., Denis, M., Denis, M., Le Fêvre, M., Dubois, M. [...] Desplaces, M. (1764) Matti per amore. Libretto. German & Italian. Bey Haude und Spener, Berlin, monographic. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010664754/.

MLA citation style:

Cocchi, Gioacchino, et al. Matti per amore. Libretto. German & Italian. Bey Haude und Spener, Berlin, monographic, 1764. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010664754/>.