Gli amori d'Apollo e di Dafne (The Loves of Apollo and Daphne) is an opera by the Italian composer Francesco Cavalli. It was Cavalli's second operatic work and was premiered at the Teatro San Cassiano, Venice during the Carnival season of 1640. The libretto is by Giovanni Francesco Busenello and is based on the story of the god Apollo's love for the nymph Daphne as told in Ovid's Metamorphoses.
|Role||Voice type||Premiere Cast, 1640|
(Conductor: - )
|Three muses||mezzo-soprano and two sopranos|
|Coro de Ninfe e Pastori|