5 edition of Alessandro nellIndie found in the catalog.
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.Three acts; scene descriptions--p. 4.Con licenza de superiori--title page.Li balli saranno dinvenzione, e direzione di Monsieur MarcAntonio Missolj--p. 3.[Ballerini:] Signora Giuseppa Fusi, signora Teresa Pier Antonj Marani, signora Teresa Casassi, signora Maria Coppini, signora Giovanna Masucci, signora Annunziata Masucci, Monsieur Marc Antonio Missolj, signor Vincenzo Monari, signor Girolamo Marani, signor Francesco Coppini, signor Antonio Bossi, signor Giovanni Padovani--p. 3.La musica sarà tutta nuova del celebre Sig. maestro Antonio Sacchini napoletano--p. 3.Il scenario sarà dinvenzione, e direzione del Sig. Girolamo, e Cugini Mauri--p. 3.Il vestiario sarà di nuova, e ricca invenzione, e disegno del Sig. Francesco de Grandis--p. 3.Attori: ALESSANDRO. Sig. Gio. Batista Saluzzi -- PORO. Sig. Carlo Concialini -- CLEOFIDE. Sig. Teresa Torri -- ERISSENA. Sig. Angelica Saiz Cambi -- GANDARTE. Sig. Luigi Bracci -- TIMAGENE. Sig. Maura Goronati--p. 3.Performance: Venezia, Teatro Vendramin di San Salvador, 1763.
|Statement||Per Francesco Valvasense|
|Publishers||Per Francesco Valvasense|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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A second pair, Erissena and Gandarte, and the traitor Timagene, are subordinate to these figures. It holds up quite well. In love with Cleofide and an enemy of Poro, whom he has defeated in battle, Alessandro eventually withdraws, impressed by people he thought of as barbarians.
Both deserve highest praise, as does Opera Rara for this revelation. Alessandro is so impressed by this generosity that he hands him Cleofide and promises to release Asbite as well.
2005-2009: Performed Alessandro nellIndie theDresden.
Turin 1745 Carnival 1745, Verona 1746 Pietro Pellegrini 1746, Novo Teatro, Brescia Brescia 1747 July and August 1747, Teatro La Fenice, Ancona also in Autumn 1750 at the Teatro in Lucca Ancona 1748 17 July 1748, German translation Vienna Alessandro nellIndie  1749, Copenhagen 1750 Carnival 1750,Prague Prague 1750  Carnival 1750, Teatro di Piazza, Vicenza also on 23 May 1759 at the in Venice Vicenza 1752 1752, , Brunswick Brunswick 1752  1752, Palazzo del marchese Solerio, Alessandria Alessandria 1752 around 26 December 1752, ; also contained music by other composers Venice 1753 12 May 1753, Teatro Pubblico Reggio Emilia 1754 1754 1754 Carnival 1754, as Cleofide Berlin 1754 20 January 1754, second version Naples 1755 Carnival 1755 third version; also on Ascension Day 1755 at the in Venice; adapted on 12 October 1755 in Munich; other performances in subsequent years in Brescia, Lodi, Florence, Vicenza and Padua.
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Metastasio also created a shortened version of the libretto in 1753 for his friend Carlo Broschi. However, Poro believes that she has since entered into a relationship with Alessandro. He releases Erissena immediately, despite Timagene's advice to the contrary. Happy Birthday for 23 August, 2020! State Opera Choir and State Orchestra Dresden, conductor:.
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Cleofide tries to appease Alessandro and invites him to her residence to find out Poro's true intentions.
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