Catone in Utica (Vinci, Leonardo)

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Copyist Copyist Anon. Sing-Akademie 73
Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1728).
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Misc. Notes Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin (D-B): Mus.ms.22376.
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Copyist Probably copyist of Naples
Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1728-40).
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Misc. Notes The Library of the S. Pietro a Majella Conservatory, Naples (I-Nc): Rari 7.3.15.
Without Sinfonia.
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Tito Manlio (2014/11/28)

Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1731-99).
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Misc. Notes Bibl. del Cons. di Musica S. Pietro a Majella, Naples (I-Nc): Arie 374.
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Misc. Notes After a manuscript score in the Biblioteca del Conservatorio di San Pietro di Majella, Signature 3.1.9., fol. 4 v. - 7 r. - The score stipulates only one trumpet but we may presume that this aria was actually performed with two trumpets playing the same part. - The tempo indication "Andante non presto" is taken from another source (BRD MÜs. Hs. 4241); the Naples score plainly states "A tempo giusto".
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Tito Manlio (2015/4/11)

Publisher. Info. Rome: Bernabò [1728].
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Misc. Notes Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense, Milan (I-Mb): Racc.dramm.4201.
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Work Title Catone in Utica
Alternative. Title Dramma per musica in tre atti
Composer Vinci, Leonardo
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 Acts, each with 15, 16, 12 scenes
First Performance. 1728-01-19 in Rome: Teatro delle Dame
Premiere Cast
Giovanni Battista Pinacci (Catone)
Giovanni Carestini (Cesare)
Giacinto Fontana (Marzia)
Giovanni Battista Minelli (Arbace)
Giovanni Ossi (Emilia)
Filippo Giorgi (Fulvio)
Librettist Pietro Metastasio (1698-1782)
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voices, orchestra
Mss Sources Copies: D-B, Mus.ms.22376 ; D-MÜs, SANT Hs.4241a ; I-MC, 6-B-22 ; I-Nc, Rari 7.3.15.

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Operas and other stage works by Leonardo Vinci