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Il trionfo di Clelia

Il trionfo di Clelia is an Italian opera libretto by Metastasio originally written for Johann Adolf Hasse and premiered in Vienna in 1762.[1] Among the many subsequent settings are the setting by Gluck that premiered in Bologna in 1763 and the setting by Josef Mysliveček that premiered in Turin in 1767.

References

  1. ^ Hermann Abert (2007). Cliff Eisen (ed.). W. A. Mozart. Translated by Stewart Spencer. Yale University Press. p. 28. ISBN 9780300072235. Hasse's Trionfo di Clelia, on a text by Metastasio, was given at the Burgtheater on 27 April 1762.
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