Antonio Bioni

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Antonio Bioni (1698–1739) was an Italian composer best known for his operas.

He was born in Venice.

Operas[edit]

  • Climene (1722, Chioggia)
  • Mitridate (1722, Ferrara)
  • Cajo Mario (1722, Ferrara)
  • Udine (1722, Venice)
  • Orlando furioso (1724, Kuks)
  • Armida abbandonata (1725, Prague)
  • Armida al campo (1726, Wrocław)
  • Endimione (1727, Wrocław)
  • Lucio Vero (1727, Wrocław)
  • Attalo ed Arsinoe (1727, Wrocław)
  • Ariodante (1727, Wrocław)
  • Filindo (1728, Wrocław)
  • Artabano re de Parti (1728, Wrocław)
  • Griselda (1728, Wrocław)
  • Nissa ed Elpino (1728, Wrocław)
  • Merope (1728, Wrocław)
  • Arsinoe (1728, Wrocław)
  • La fede tradita e vendicata (1729, Wrocław)
  • Engelberta (1729, Wrocław)
  • Andromaca (1729/30, Wrocław)
  • Il ritorno del figlio con l'abito più approvato (1730, Prague) [with F. Mancini and M. Lucchini]
  • Ercole su'l Termodonte (1730, Wrocław)
  • Adone (1731, Prague)
  • Silvia (1732, Wrocław)
  • Siroe (1732, Wrocław)
  • Lucio Papirio (1732, Wrocław)
  • La verità conosciuta (1732, Wrocław)
  • Demetrio (1732, Wrocław)
  • Issipile (1732, Wrocław)
  • L'Odio placato (1733, Wrocław)
  • Artaserse (1733, Wrocław)
  • Alessandro Severo (1733, Wrocław)
  • Alessandro nell'Indie (1733, Wrocław)
  • Girita (1738, Vienna)

References[edit]

Article "Bioni, Antonio" by Daniel E. Freeman and Sven Hansell in The Revised New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (2001)

Daniel E. Freeman, The Opera Theater of Count Franz Anton von Sporck in Prague (1992)