||Four Duetts. The two first with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte and the two last for the Harp
- Duetto in Dialogo
- Il Tuono
- (Untitled, for contralto, tenor and harp)
- Bella Nice t'arresta
- Veh! Come i lampi strisciano
- Se tu mi sprezzi, Tirsi s'io t'amo
- Che serena che placida
||1817 or earlier?
- No.3. Pietro Metastasio
||soprano or contralto (#4), tenor, piano/harp
According to Eitner, republished by Breitkopf & Härtel (in German translation? He gives German titles, but this may be his addition) in the (early?) 19th century (Det Kongelige Bibliot., Copenhagen has a copy of this edition (location given as Lipsia).)
As to date, advertised in 1817? in a Birchall ad at the back of the 3rd edition of John Calcott's "A Musical Grammar: In Four Parts". So (unless 1817 at the first page is not an accurate date for that advertisement) published anyway no later than 1817 (and a 1810 volume lists his duets Op.6, so guessing 1810s, anyway.)
Manuscript, at Parma, of no.2 (or another work on the same text by Asioli?) described here.