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Nardo

Nardo  

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(Mozart: La finta giardiniera). Bar. Really Roberto, servant of the Marchese Violante (who is disguised as Sandrina, the gardener's girl). Created (1775) probably by Giovanni Rossi.
Nardo

Nardo   Quick reference

A Dictionary of Opera Characters (2 ed.)

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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2008
Subject:
Music, Opera, Performing arts
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27 words

...( Mozart : La finta giardiniera ). Bar. Really Roberto, servant of the Marchese Violante (who is disguised as Sandrina, the gardener's girl). Created ( 1775 ) probably by Giovanni Rossi...

Finta giardiniera, La

Finta giardiniera, La   Quick reference

The Grove Book of Operas (2 ed.)

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2008
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Music, Opera, Performing arts
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1,197 words

... Rosa Manservisi sang Sandrina and the soprano castrato Tommaso Consoli , Ramiro, although the range suits the modern (female) mezzo. Other likely singers include Teresa Manservisi (Arminda or Serpetta), Johann Walleshauser (Belfiore), Augustin Sutor (the Mayor) and Giovanni Rossi (Nardo). Ramiro a knight soprano castrato Don Anchise Mayor (Podestà) of Lagonero tenor Marchioness Violante Onesti disguised as Sandrina, working in the Mayor's garden soprano Roberto her servant, disguised as Nardo, a gardener baritone Serpetta the Mayor's...

Pallotta, Pietro

Pallotta, Pietro (26 Feb 1755)   Reference library

Philip J. Kass

The Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2015
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Music
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125 words

... d Perugia, 8 May 1830 ). Italian violin maker . He was self-taught and his work is comparatively rare but of fine quality. Instruments are known from the late 1780s into the 1820s. The labels from after 1810 often include reference to the involvement of his pupil Giovanni Rossi. Pallotta’s pattern is small, with a narrow waist, and his scrolls are petite and have rounded eyes. He generally used local woods, occasionally a a heavily burled maple, which he covered with varnish of good transparency and texture and which was usually orange to red-brown....

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