Atenaide (Vivaldi)

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Atenaide (RV 702) is a 1728 opera by Vivaldi to a revised edition of a 1709 libretto by Apostolo Zeno for Caldara.[1]


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  1. ^ Julie Anne Sadie Companion to Baroque Music 1998 Page 259 "... by Charles VI, for whom he had provided two librettos during his residence in Barcelona as Charles III the Pretender; Atenaide (1709) and Scipione nelle Spagne (c1710) were collaboratively set by A. S. Fiore, Antonio Caldara and Gasparini."