For the Italian "comune", see Cirò, Calabria.
Ciro (Cyrus) is an opera in three acts and a prologue by the Italian composer Francesco Cavalli in collaboration with Andrea Mattioli. It was first performed at the Teatro San Giovanni e San Paolo, Venice on January 30, 1654. The libretto is by Giulio Cesare Sorrentino in a revised version by Aurelio Aureli. Sorrentino's libretto had been set the previous year by Francesco Provenzale for the royal theatre in Naples.
- Brenac, Jean-Claude, Le magazine de l'opéra baroque online at perso.orange.fr Retrieved 9 September 2011
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