Nina, R.1.78 (Paisiello, Giovanni)

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7 more: Act I, Segment 2 • Act I, Segment 3 • Act I, Segment 4 • Act II, Segment 1 • Act II, Segment 2 • Act II, Segment 3 • Act II, Segment 4

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Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1789).
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Misc. Notes RISM-A/II-000124576
This item forms part of the
Ricasoli Collection at the University of Louisville Music Library.

This manuscript consists of 2 bound volumes.
It has been broken down into segments to reduce file size.
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Arranger Carl Fränzl (b. 1773), keyboard reduction with violin part
Language German / Italian
Publisher. Info. Mannheim: I. M. Götz, n.d.(1793). Plate 308.
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Arranger Carlo Perinello (1877-1942), piano reduction
Publisher. Info. Milan: Società Anonima Notari, 1919. Plate R.N.M.I.-A.-Q. 80 and 81.
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Misc. Notes Contains the following excerpts:
Recitativo e cavatina: "Il mio ben quando verrà..." (Nina)
Aria: "Per l'amata padroncina" (Susanna)
Canzona del pastore
Aria: "Rendila al fido amante" (Lindoro)
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Nina's Aria: Il mio ben quando verrà

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Arranger Jean Baptiste Pierre Lélu (1770-1850), piano (or harp) accompaniment
Language Italian / French
Translator de Gourbillon
Publisher. Info. Paris: Lélu, n.d.(ca.1815). Plate D. XI. 286.
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Editor Niksa Lendic
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Misc. Notes Source Ricordi Milano
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Duetto: O momento fortunato

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Arranger Franz Mezger (d. 1808)
Language Italian / French
Publisher. Info. Le Repertoire Italien, ou Journal d'Ariettes, No.27.
Paris: Boyer, n.d.
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Misc. Notes ...arrangees pour Clavecin et Violon ad Libitum. Lacking optional Violin part. French text: O journée fortunée
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Come! Ahimè! Partir degg'io?

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Arranger Curzio Marcucci (1775-1842)
Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1829).
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Misc. Notes RISM-A/II-000124540
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Son già tuo, bell'idol mio

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Arranger John Elouis (1758-1833)
Publisher. Info. London: Robert Birchall, n.d.(ca.1800). Plate No.2.
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General Information

Work Title Nina, ossia la pazza per amore
Alternative. Title Commedia musicale in due atti
Composer Paisiello, Giovanni
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. R.1.78
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGP 62
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2 acts
First Performance. 1789-03-25 in San Leucio: Belvedere
First Publication. 1780s? (excerpts, piano reduction?)
Librettist Giuseppe Carpani (1752-1825)
Giovanni Battista Lorenzi (1721-1807)
Language Italian
Average DurationAvg. Duration 140 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation voices, chorus, orchestra

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According to RISM, overture published in arrangement by Imbault in the late 1780s. Carli may have published a complete vocal score around that time. In 1982 Ricordi published a new revised vocal score "Nina o sia La pazza per amore : commedia in prosa ed in verso per musica tradotta dal francese". The (2 hours, 22 minutes) recording on Hungaroton's track listing establishes the existence of a chorus, by the way (see act 2, scene 7 #14, e.g. Or even just the marking "Coro" on p.263 of the manuscript for instance.)