Tieteberga

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Tieteberga (RV 737) is a partially lost dramma per musica by Antonio Vivaldi. The Italian libretto was by Antonio Maria Lucchini.

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The opera was first performed at the Teatro San Moisè in Venice on 16 October 1717. [1] The opera included nine arias by other composers.

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CastVoice typePremiere, 16 October 1717
Ercinio contralto castrato Francesco Braganti
Guido soprano Rosa Venturini
Clotildesoprano Chiara Orlandi
Valdradacontralto Antonia Merighi
Tietebergacontralto Costanza Maccari
Lotariocontralto castrato Francesco Natali
Marciano bass Annibale Imperatori

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