Elisa ossia Il monte San Bernardo (Mayr, Giovanni Simone)

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Publisher Info.:

Manuscript score, ca.1801.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

This manuscript consists of 2 volumes. It has been broken down into 9 segments to reduce file size.
RISM-A/II-000124534
This item forms part of the
Ricasoli Collection at the University of Louisville Music Library.

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General Information

Work Title Elisa ossia Il monte San Bernardo
Alternative Title Il passagio di monte San Bernardo
Composer Mayr, Giovanni Simone
Year/Date of Composition 1801
First Performance 1801- Malta, Teatro Manoel (from RISM)
Librettist Gaetano Rossi (1774–1855), after Eliza ou Le voyage aux glaciers du Mont St. Bernard by Saint-Cyr
Language Italian
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation soprano (3), alto (3), tenor, bass (2), chorus, violins, violas, cellos, flutes, oboes, clarinets, bassoons, horns, trumpets, timpani


Misc. Comments

other sources list first performance as 5 July 1804, Venice.

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