Piccolino (Grandval, Clémence de)

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6 more: Siciliana: 'No, no, non è si facile' (medium voice) • Brindisi di Tivoli: 'Viva di Tivoli' (high voice) • Romanza: 'Bella, avvenente' (high voice) • Canzone dell'amore: 'L'amor è una follia' (medium voice) • Ballade suisse: 'Sul lo stel una rosa' (medium voice) • Couplets: 'In un villaggio' (high voice)

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Language French / Italian
Translator Dieudonné Tagliafico (1821-1900), French text
Publisher. Info. Paris: Heugel, n.d.[1869]. Plate H.3799(1), 3801-2(2-3), 3805(4), 3807(5bis), 3810(6bis) and 3812(7).
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Misc. Notes These scores constitute a complete series of detached pieces from this opera, each published in a high and medium key. From where in the opera these are extracted, and for which voice types they were originally written, is unknown.
Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France 
(2e série, 58e année, Nº 12, 20 Mars 1869, p.143, reg.978).
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Publisher. Info. Paris: Heugel, n.d.[1869]. Plate H.5150.
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Work Title Piccolino
Alternative. Title Opéra en trois actes, d'après V. Sardou, mis en vers italiens par Achille de Lauzières
Composer Grandval, Clémence de
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ICG 9
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 Acts
First Performance. 1868-12-22, Paris: Théâtre Impérial Italien
  • Conducted by M. Bagier
First Publication. 1869
Librettist Achille de Lauzières (1800-1875), after Victorien Sardou
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Vocal soloists, chorus, orchestra

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Libretto (published in 1868, digitized by Hathitrust/Archive.org) gives date of premiere.