Ifigenia in Aulide (1786)

Original id: 
10822
Start date: 
1 January 1786
Degree of relationship to ancient play: 
Distant relative
Production notes: 
Sartori attributes the libretto for the production of this dramma per musica to Luigi Serio, but McClymonds questions this attribution on the basis that the libretto includes a part for Clitennestra: Serio’s version, originally written for Naples in 1779 (Production ID 10814), can be identified by the absence of Clytemnestra and the presence of Elisena, the ‘other’ Iphigenia, who dies instead of the heroine. Julie E. Cumming attributes the libretto to Zeno. The ballets that accompanied the 1786 Rome production were: Alcide negl'orti esperidi; Il re pastore o sia Pulcinella re in sogno.
Media of production: 
Opera, musical and related genres
Languages: 
Italian
Companies:
Ancient works:

Information related to this production

Script Author(s)
Iphigenia at Aulis Euripides
Person Role Notes
Felice Berretta Singer Ulisse
Domenico Luigi Bruni (1758-1821) Singer Achille, soprano castrato
Ignazio de' Gotti Scenographer
Illario de' Gotti Scenographer
Angelo Franchi Singer Agamennone
Giuseppe Giordani (1751-1798) AKA 'Giordanello' Composer
Andrea Multori Singer Arcade
Raimondo Pisani Choreographer of stage fights [Abbatimenti?]
Diego Sironi Singer Clitennestra
Valeriano Violani Singer Ifigenia

How to cite this production

Ifigenia in Aulide (1786), accessed at http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/productions/production/10822 <1 July 2022>