La reggia di Calipso: cantata a sette vociAdditional title: La reggia di Calipso. Libretto. Italian
NamesBertoni, Ferdinando, 1725-1813 (Composer)Seriman, Zaccaria, 1709-1784 (Librettist)Bartolozzi, Francesco, 1727-1815 (Illustrator)
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1769Place: VeneziaPublisher: Nella stamperia albriziana
Library locationsSpencer CollectionShelf locator: Spencer Coll. Ital. 1769
TopicsJoseph II, Holy Roman Emperor, 1741-1790Cantatas, SecularLibrettos -- To 1800Festival books -- Italy -- 18th centuryEngraving, ItalianBookbinding -- Paper bindings
NotesCitation/reference: Cicogna: Saggio di bibliografia veneziana, 2042. Morazzoni: Libro illustrato veneziano del settecento, 271.Statement of responsibility: Composer's name from leaf 2b.Citation/reference: For authority for the librettist, Z. Seriman, cf. Cicogna.Biographical/historical: Published on the occasion of the visit to Venice of the emperor, Joseph II.Content: Without the music.Content: Illustrations: numerous engravings, including 2 full-page (t.p. and printer's device), 13 text borders repeated to 14, pictorial initial, and head- and tailpieces. The t.p., 10 borders, pictorial initial and device (Baudi di Vesme: Bartolozzi, 1564, 1567, 1571, 1572, 1577-1580, 1582, 1584, 1597, 1603, 1604) were engraved by Francesco Bartolozzi for other works. For reproductions, cf. Morazzoni, pl. 22, 36, 50, 55, 57.The initials VV, possibly the sponsor's, replace the usual colophon or privilege information in the center of the device.
Physical DescriptionEngravingsExtent: 9 l. illus. 33cm. (f̕.)Binding, modern, of decorative paper.
DescriptionLibretto with engraved borders.
Type of ResourceText
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 131753951NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b16828383NYPL Exhibition ID: TL 16.14.048Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 968b6cb0-e277-0134-c263-6d3653de9645
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