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|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Frideric Handel; Silvio Stampiglia; Anna Maria Strada del Pò; Antonio Maria Bernacchi; Antonia Margherita Merighi; Francesca Bertolli; Johann Gottfried Riemschneider; Annibale Pio Fabri; John Walsh; Joseph Hare; King's Theatre (London, England); John Milton and Ruth Neils Ward Collection (Harvard Theatre Collection); Packard Humanities Institute Music Collection at Harvard.
|Language Note:||Italian words.|
|Notes:||Full score; unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument.
"A table of songs" and advertisement, "A cattalogue of vocal musick of the best editions, which may be had where these are sold: Apollo's feast in 3 volumes ... Cantatas by several authors," on p.  (1st count).
Libretto adapted from S. Stampiglia's Partenope, as rev. for Venice, 1707.
Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigra. Strada, Sigr. Bernacchi, Sigra. Merighi, Sigra. Bertolli, Sigr. Riemschnieder, and Sigr. Fabri.
First performed on 24 February 1730, at the King's Theatre, Haymarket, in London.
|Description:||1 score (, 99 pages) ; 32 cm|
|Responsibility:||compos'd by Mr. Handel.|