Lodoiska (Mayr, Giovanni Simone)

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Publisher. Info. Milan: G. B. Bianchi, 1800.
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General Information

Work Title Lodoiska
Alternative. Title La Lodoiska
Composer Mayr, Giovanni Simone
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGM 13
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2 acts, 17 and 19 scenes
First Performance. 1796 February 26 (La Fenice) / 1799 December 26 (La Scala) / 1805 (Milan) (and more)
First Publication. 1798? (individual numbers)
Librettist Francesco Gonella di Ferrari (1757-1835) based on a novel by Jean-Baptiste Louvet de Couvray
Language Italian
Average DurationAvg. Duration 2 hours
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation voices, chorus, orchestra
Primary Sources SLUB D-Dl Mus.4104-F-504a (manuscript copy, ca. 1802 incomplete parts)
I-BGc 169.2a (autograph full score, 1796)
SLUB D-Dl Mus.4104-F-504 (manuscript copy full score, incomplete, lacking finale I)
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At least two main versions? (Iris Winkler's and Rainer Rupp's notes to the Oehms Classics recording (visible and audible @ NML), which includes a libretto, list performances in La Fenice, la Scala, Florence (1800), Dresden (1802), Vienna, Dresden again (1803), Faenza, Trieste, Udine, Bergamo (Carnaval, 1804), Verona (early 1804), Turin (also 1804), Milan (1805, different version?), Reggio (nell'Emilia) (1807), Padua (1809), Dresden (1810), Paris (1811, 1812), Cremona (Carnaval 1813), Verona (Carnaval 1816), etc.)

The Oehms recording may be of the 1805 version.

There is a chorus in the listed recording.

Several versions of the opera, which all go on this page separated by "version" template functionality.

Excerpts from the 1796 version were published very early.

BSB lists quite a few manuscripts (some autographs, some copies) of individual numbers of the score and at least one digitized manuscript copy of an full score and incomplete set of parts (at SLUB Dresden) and autograph full score (at Bergamo).