Article Cimarosiana (divertissement)

The final act of Le Astuzie Femminili, a two act opéra-ballet that premiered in May 1920, was extracted to create Cimarosiana. Music by Domenico Cimaroso, orchestrated with added vocal recitatives by Ottorino Respighi; sets, costumes, and curtain: José-María Sert; choreography by Léonide Massine, with an added pas de quatre by Bronislava Nijinska; premiered on 8 January 1924, Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo.

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Title
Cimarosiana (divertissement)
Contributor Names
Cimaroso, Domenico (composer)
Respighi, Ottorino (composer)
Sert, José-María (set_designer)
Sert, José-María (costume_designer)
Sert, José-María (curtain_designer)
Massine, Léonide (choreographer)
Nijinska, Bronislava (choreographer)
Created / Published
Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo, 8 January 1924.
Subject Headings
-  Articles
-  Songs and Music
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article
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Description
Article. The final act of Le Astuzie Femminili, a two act opéra-ballet that premiered in May 1920, was extracted to create Cimarosiana. Music by Domenico Cimaroso, orchestrated with added vocal recitatives by Ottorino Respighi; sets, costumes, and curtain: José-María Sert; choreography by Léonide Massine, with an added pas de quatre by Bronislava Nijinska; premiered on 8 January 1924, Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo.
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Chicago citation style:

Cimaroso, Domenico, Ottorino Respighi, José-María Sert, José-María Sert, José-María Sert, Léonide Massine, and Bronislava Nijinska. Cimarosiana Divertissement. Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo, 8 January, 1924. Online Text. https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200185249/.

APA citation style:

Cimaroso, D., Respighi, O., Sert, J., Sert, J., Sert, J., Massine, L. & Nijinska, B. (1924) Cimarosiana Divertissement. Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo, 8 January. [Online Text] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200185249/.

MLA citation style:

Cimaroso, Domenico, et al. Cimarosiana Divertissement. Théâtre de Monte-Carlo, Monte Carlo, 8 January, 1924. Online Text. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200185249/>.