Rosinda
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Rosinda

Rosinda is an opera in three acts and a prologue by the Italian composer Francesco Cavalli with a libretto by Giovanni Faustini. It was first performed at the Teatro Sant 'Apollinare, Venice in 1651 and revived in Naples and/or Florence in 1653 under the title Le magie amorose.

Its first revival in modern times was in a version by Jane Glover who conducted it at the Oxford University Opera Club at the Oxford Playhouse in October 1973. The opera was performed in 2008 in Germany (Potsdam and Bayreuth) with Francesca Lombardi Mazzulli in the title role.

Roles

Role Voice type Premiere Cast, 1651
(Conductor: - )
Aurilla soprano
Cillena soprano
Clitofonte tenor
Meandro bass
Nerea soprano
Plutone bass
Proserpina soprano
Rosinda soprano
Rudione bass
Thisandro bass
Vafrillo soprano

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