ARTASERSE LIBRETTO PDF

Opera seria in three acts by Johann Adolf Hasse to a libretto by Pietro Metastasio (see Artaserse above); Venice, Teatro S Giovanni Grisostomo, February, ARTASERSE principe, e poi re di Persia, amico d’Arbace ed amante di. Semira. MANDANE sorella d’Artaserse ed amante d’Arbace. ARTABANO prefetto delle. The libretto is by Metastasio and Artaserse is the Persian king Artaxerxes I, son of Xerxes I (Serse). He ruled from BC to BC. The story is, as so often in.

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Duet of Arbace and Mandane: PDF typeset by editor Hamilton.

PDF scanned by archive. Though the final item in the opera is a “chorus”, it is possibly only for the soloists; there are no other choruses in the opera. However, the Virgin Classics recording uses a chorus.

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Contents 1 Performances 2 Sheet Music 2. Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella I-Nc: Javascript is required for this feature.

Artaserse (Hasse)

Source is the ms. Pietro a Majella, Napoli. The aria is in the opera Artaserse, libretto by Pietro Metastasio, first representation in Roma, February 4, Editor Baptiste Le Page. Zempel e de Mey.

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Drama per musica di Pietro Metastasio romano, fra gli Arcadi Artino Corasio, da rappresentarsi nel Teatro detto delle Dame, nel carnevale dell’ anno