L'oca del Cairo, K.422 (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)
Originally scanned at 300dpi grayscale, converted to 600dpi monochrome.
Julius André (1808−1880)
Italian / German
Offenbach a/M: Johann André, ?. Plate 7399.
Includes orchestral cues. There are reviews of this pre-1861, suggesting that Hofmeister was a bit slow on the uptake here. NMA dates this to 1855.
|Work Title||L'oca del Cairo|
|Alternative Title||The Goose of Cairo; Die Gans von Cairo . Dramma giocoso per musica (NMA classification) ; Comische oper (RISM)|
|Composer||Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus|
|Movements/Sections||2 acts (unfinished)|
|Year/Date of Composition||1783–84|
|First Publication||1855–1861 (somewhere in there) – Offenbach a./M.: Johann André (vocal score)|
|Librettist||Giovanni Battista Varesco (1735−1805)|
|Language||Italian; translations in German, French|
|Instrumentation||Soloists and Orchestra|
|External Links|| (notes, score, appendix and dialogue)|
(late 19th century abschrift)
|Extra Information||The opera's libretto is included in the appendix of the Revisionsbericht for Series 5 of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts Werke.|
"Bizet (G.)" (probably Georges Bizet) made a piano solo transcription of this, published by Heugel in 1867 (as L'oie du Caire) (Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France 2e série, 56e année, Nº 47, 23 Novembre 1867, Nº p.542, r.2852.)
RISM does list choral parts; doesn't seem to exist in the NMA version. The list of has choral parts that may relate to the parts of the libretto never composed by Mozart.