Opera in 3 acts; unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument.
"A table of songs ... ": p. .
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Libretto by an unknown author, after libretti by N. Minato and S. Stampiglia.
Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigr. Caffarelli (also called Caffariello), Sigra. Francessina [i.e., E. Duparc], Sigra. Chimenti, Sigra. Merighi, Sigr. Montagnanna (also called Montagnana),Sigr. Lottoni (also called Lottini), and Sigra. Luchesina.
From the library of John Lucius Dampier.
Stampiglia, Silvio, 1664-1725.
Dampier, John Lucius, former owner.