Attilio Regolo (Jommelli, Niccolò)

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Misc. Notes Biblioteca del Conservatorio di musica S. Pietro a Majella (I-Nc): 7.7.5-6
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Work Title Attilio Regolo
Alternative. Title Dramma per musica in tre atti
Name Translations Atilio Régulo
Composer Jommelli, Niccolò
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. INJ 6
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 acts
First Performance. 1753-01-08 in Rome, Teatro delle Dame
Premiere Cast
Ventura Rocchetti (Regolo)
Litterio Ferrari (Manlio)
Lorenzo Ghirardi (Attilia)
Giacomo Veroli (Publio)
Antonio Mazziotti (Barce)
Giuseppe Guspeldi (Licinio)
Pietro Paolo Pompilio (Amilcare)
First Publication. 1754 in excerpts by Walsh
Librettist Pietro Metastasio (1698-1782)
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voices, mixed chorus, orchestra
  • Cast:
Regolo (S)
Manlio (T)
Attilia (S)
Publio (S)
Barce (S)
Licinio (A)
Amilcare (T)
  • Mixed Chorus (SAT)
  • Orchestra: 2 trumpets, 2 horns, 2 oboes, strings, continuo

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Actually, "Attilio Regolo : rappresentata la prima volta in Roma l'anno 1751 in di replicata in Napoli nel 1752" on a manuscript of the Jommelli at Conservatorio di musica "S. Pietro a Majella" di Napoli. Biblioteca. suggests that the 1753 performance above was not the first one?