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Le Fate (opera)

Le fate is an opera in 2 acts by Henrique Oswald to an Italian libretto by Eduardo Filippi. It is the last of Oswalds three operas, composed in 1902–1903. It is known of no performances of this work. It remains unpublished.

La fedeltà premiata

La fedeltà premiata, Hob. XXVIII/10, is an opera in three acts by Joseph Haydn first performed at the Eszterhaza on 25 February 1781 to celebrate the reopening of the court theatre after a fire. It was revised for a new version first performed in ...

Fedora (opera)

Fedora is an opera in three acts by Umberto Giordano to an Italian libretto by Arturo Colautti, based on the play Fedora by Victorien Sardou. Along with Andrea Chenier and Siberia, it is one of the most notable works of Giordano. It was first per ...

Fedra (Pizzetti)

Fedra is an opera in three acts composed by Ildebrando Pizzetti to an Italian-language libretto which he abridged from the text of Gabriele DAnnunzios 1909 tragedy of the same name. The play and the opera recount the story of the Greek mythologic ...

Le feste dApollo

Le feste dApollo is an operatic work by Christoph Willibald von Gluck, first performed at the Teatrino della Corte, Parma, Italy, on 24 August 1769 for the wedding celebrations of Ferdinand, Duke of Parma and Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria. ...

La fiamma

La fiamma is an opera in three acts by Ottorino Respighi to a libretto by Claudio Guastalla based on Hans Wiers-Jenssens 1908 play Anne Pedersdotter, The Witch. The plot is loosely based on the story of Anne Pedersdotter, a Norwegian woman who wa ...

La fida ninfa

La fida ninfa is an opera by Antonio Vivaldi to a libretto by Scipione Maffei. The opera was first performed for the opening of the Teatro Filarmonico in Verona on 6 January 1732. Among the arias is Alma oppressa de sorte crudele.

La figlia del mago

La figlia del mago is a childrens opera in two acts by Lorenzo Ferrero set to an Italian-language libretto by Marco Ravasini. It was completed in 1981 and subtitled giocodramma melodioso, a wordplay on melodramma giocoso. The libretto, inspired b ...

La figlia di Iorio

La figlia di Iorio, sometimes written as La figlia di Jorio, is an opera in three acts by Alberto Franchetti to a libretto by Gabriele DAnnunzio. The libretto is a very close rendering of DAnnunzios play of the same name. La figlia di Iorio premi ...

Il filosofo di campagna

Il filosofo di campagna is a dramma giocoso per musica in 3 acts by composer Baldassare Galuppi. The opera uses an Italian language libretto by Carlo Goldoni. The work premiered at the Teatro San Samuele in Venice on 26 October 1754. Il filosofo ...

La finta giardiniera

La finta giardiniera, K. 196, is an Italian-language opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart wrote it in Munich in January 1775 when he was 18 years old and it received its first performance on 13 January at the Salvatortheater in Munich. There ...

La finta parigina

La finta parigina is an opera buffa in 3 acts by Domenico Cimarosa with an Italian libretto by Francesco Cerlone. The opera premiered at the Teatro Nuovo in Naples, in 1773.

La finta pazza

La finta pazza is an opera composed by Francesco Sacrati to a libretto by Giulio Strozzi. Its premiere in Venice during the Carnival season of 1641 inaugurated the Teatro Novissimo. It became one of the most popular operas of the seventeenth century.

La finta semplice

La finta semplice, K. 51 is an opera buffa in three acts for seven voices and orchestra, composed in 1768 by then 12-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Young Mozart and his father Leopold were spending the year in Vienna, where Leopold was trying ...

Il finto astrologo

Il finto astrologo is an intermezzo by composer Niccolo Piccinni. The opera uses an Italian language libretto by Carlo Goldoni. The work premiered at the Teatro Valle in Rome on 7 February 1765 with a cast that included the famous castrato Venanz ...

Il Flaminio

Il Flaminio is a 1735 opera buffa by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi to a Neapolitan libretto by Gennaro Antonio Federico, first performed at the Teatro Nuovo, Naples. Untypically in Pergolesis difficult and short career the opera was an immediate su ...

Flavio

Flavio, re de Longobardi is an opera seria in three acts by George Frideric Handel. The Italian-language libretto was by Nicola Francesco Haym, after Matteo Noriss Flavio Cuniberto. It was Handels fourth full-length opera for the Royal Academy of ...

Flora mirabilis

Flora mirabilis is an opera in three acts composed by Spyros Samaras to an Italian-language libretto by Ferdinando Fontana. Described in the libretto as a Legenda, the opera is an allegorical fairy tale set in medieval Sweden. It premiered at the ...

La Flora

La Flora, o vero Il natal de fiori is an opera in a prologue and five acts composed by Marco da Gagliano and Jacopo Peri to a libretto by Andrea Salvadori. It was first performed on 14 October 1628 at the Teatro Mediceo in Florence to celebrate t ...

Floridante

Floridante is an opera seria in three acts by George Frideric Handel. The Italian-language libretto was by Paolo Antonio Rolli after Francesco Silvanis libretto for MarcAntonio Ziani dramma per musica La costanza in trionfo of 1696. The opera was ...

Il fortunato inganno

Il fortunato inganno is an opera buffa in two acts by Gaetano Donizetti, to a libretto by Andrea Leone Tottola. Composed in 1823, it was first given on September 3 of that year at the Teatro Nuovo in Naples. It was not a success, and has disappea ...

Fosca (opera)

Fosca is an opera seria in four acts by Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Gomes to an Italian-language libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni based on Luigi Capranicas 1869 novel La festa delle Marie.

Fra Gherardo

Fra Gherardo is an opera in three acts composed by Ildebrando Pizzetti who also wrote the libretto. Set in Parma at the end of the 13th century, the operas story is based on the life and death of Gherardino Segalello as chronicled by Salimbene of ...

Fra i due litiganti il terzo gode

Fra i due litiganti il terzo gode is a dramma giocoso in two acts by Giuseppe Sarti. The libretto was after Carlo Goldonis Le nozze. One aria from this opera, Come un agnello, is famously quoted by Mozart at the end of Don Giovanni.

Lo frate nnamorato

Lo frate nnamorato is a three-act commedia per musica by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, to a Neapolitan libretto by Gennaro Antonio Federico, first performed in 1732.

I fuorusciti di Firenze

I fuorusciti di Firenze is an opera semiseria in two acts by the Italian composer Ferdinando Paer. The libretto was by Angelo Anelli. The work is a form of rescue opera. The opera was first performed at the Hoftheater in Dresden on 27 November 1802.

Il furioso allisola di San Domingo

Il furioso allisola di San Domingo is a "romantic melodramma" in two acts by the composer Gaetano Donizetti. Jacopo Ferretti, who since 1821 had written five libretti for Donizetti and two for Rossini, had proposed the unusual subject and he was ...

Gabriella di Vergy

Gabriella di Vergy is an opera seria in two acts by Gaetano Donizetti written in 1826 and revised in 1838, from a libretto by Andrea Leone Tottola, which was based on the tragedy Gabrielle de Vergy by Dormont De Belloy. Prior to that, the play wa ...

La gazza ladra

La gazza ladra is a melodramma or opera semiseria in two acts by Gioachino Rossini, with a libretto by Giovanni Gherardini based on La pie voleuse by Theodore Baudouin dAubigny and Louis-Charles Caigniez. The composer Gioachino Rossini wrote quic ...

La gazzetta

La gazzetta, ossia Il matrimonio per concorso is an opera buffa by Gioachino Rossini. The libretto was by Giuseppe Palomba after Carlo Goldonis play Il matrimonio per concorso of 1763. The opera satirizes the influence of newspapers on peoples li ...

Le gelosie villane

Le gelosie villane is a dramma giocoso in three acts by Giuseppe Sarti. The libretto was by Tommaso Grandi. It was also known as Il feudatorio, Il feudatorio burlato and I contadini bizzari. It was also set by Pasquale Anfossi.

Gemma di Vergy

Gemma di Vergy is an 1834 tragedia lirica in two acts by Gaetano Donizetti from a libretto by Giovanni Emanuele Bidera. It is based on the tragedy Charles VII chez ses grands vassaux by Alexandre Dumas pere, which was later to become the subject ...

Germania (opera)

Germania is an operatic dramma lirico consisting of a prologue, two acts, an intermezzo and an epilogue by Alberto Franchetti to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica. The opera premiered on 11 March 1902 at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Illica, ...

Gianni di Calais

Gianni di Calais is a melodramma semiserio, a "semi-serious" opera in three acts by Gaetano Donizetti, from a libretto by Domenico Gilardoni, based on Jean de Paris by Louis-Charles Caigniez. It was first performed on 2 August 1828 at the Teatro ...

Stanley Moore

Stanley Moore can refer to: Stanley Moore cricketer 1886-1948, Australian cricketer Stanley Moore politician, American politician Stanley Moore water polo, Irish Olympic water polo player

Gianni di Parigi

Gianni di Parigi is an 1839 melodramma comico in two acts with music by Gaetano Donizetti to a libretto by Felice Romani, which had previously been set by Francesco Morlacchi in 1818 and by Giovanni Antonio Speranza in 1836. It is derived from Je ...

Giannina e Bernardone

Giannina e Bernardone is a dramma giocoso in two acts by composer Domenico Cimarosa with an Italian libretto by Filippo Livigni. The opera premiered in the autumn of 1781 at the Teatro San Samuele in Venice. A portion of the work was performed ag ...

Giasone

Giasone is an opera in three acts and a prologue with music by Francesco Cavalli and a libretto by Giacinto Andrea Cicognini. It was premiered at the Teatro San Cassiano, Venice on 5 January 1649, during carnival. Giasone was "the single most pop ...

Ginevra di Scozia

Ginevra di Scozia is an opera in two acts by Simon Mayr set to an Italian libretto by Gaetano Rossi based on Antonio Salvis Ginevra, principessa di Scozia, which in turn was adapted from cantos 5 and 6 of Ludovico Ariostos Orlando Furioso. Ginevr ...

La Gioconda (opera)

La Gioconda is an opera in four acts by Amilcare Ponchielli set to an Italian libretto by Arrigo Boito, based on Angelo, Tyrant of Padua, a play in prose by Victor Hugo, dating from 1835. First performed in 1876, La Gioconda was a major success f ...

Un giorno di regno

Un giorno di regno, ossia Il finto Stanislao is an operatic melodramma giocoso in two acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto written in 1818 by Felice Romani. Originally written for the Bohemian composer Adalbert Gyrowetz the libretto was ...

Giovanna dArco

Giovanna dArco is an operatic dramma lirico with a prologue and three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Temistocle Solera, who had prepared the libretti for Nabucco and I Lombardi. It is Verdis seventh opera. The work partly re ...

Giovanna Gray

Giovanna Gray is a tragic opera in three acts composed by Nicola Vaccai. The libretto by Carlo Pepoli is based on the last days of the English noblewoman Lady Jane Grey who was executed for treason in 1554. The opera premiered on 23 February 1836 ...

Giove in Argo

Giove in Argo is an Italian opera by George Frideric Handel. It is one of Handels three pasticcio works made up of music and arias from his previous operas. The libretto was written by Antonio Maria Lucchini. The opera was first performed at the ...

Giulietta e Romeo (Zingarelli)

Giulietta e Romeo is a dramma per musica by composer Niccolo Antonio Zingarelli with an Italian libretto by Giuseppe Maria Foppa after the 1530 novella of the same name by Luigi da Porto. The opera premiered at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan on 3 ...

Giulietta e Romeo (Vaccai)

Giulietta e Romeo is an opera in two acts by the Italian composer Nicola Vaccai. The libretto, by Felice Romani, is based on the tragedy of the same name by Luigi Scevola and, ultimately, on the 1530 novella of the same name by Luigi da Porto. It ...

Giulio Sabino

Giulio Sabino is a dramma per musica in three acts by Giuseppe Sarti. The libretto was by Pietro Giovannini. The opera, staged in six or seven European countries at the end of the 18th century, was the subject of a parody in Antonio Salieris 1786 ...

Il giuramento

Il giuramento is an opera in three acts by the Italian composer Saverio Mercadante. The libretto, by Gaetano Rossi, is based on Victor Hugos play Angelo, Tyrant of Padua. The opera was first performed at La Scala, Milan on 11 March 1837 and was " ...

Giustino (Vivaldi)

Giustino RV 717 is a 1724 opera by Vivaldi to a libretto by Nicolo Beregan. The opera was composed for the 1724 carnival season in Rome and premiered at the Teatro Capranica. The aria of Anastasio, Vedro con mio diletto, has become a famous piece ...

Giustino (Legrenzi)

Il Giustino is an opera in three acts by composer Giovanni Legrenzi. The work uses an Italian language libretto by Nicolo Beregan based on the life of Emperor Justin I. The opera premiered on 7 February 1683 at the Teatro San Salvador in Venice.