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Hm, one T or two in "quat(t)ro"? Google gives more hits for two, and Grove Concise and this recording agree, but the Penguin Dictionary of Music, the Penguin Opera Guide and this recording give it with one. I don't have a clue which we should take as correct. I know the Italian word has two Ts, but most of the libretto is written in the Venetian dialect, so maybe that explains the other spelling. Probably not very important, really, but interesting anyway... --Camembert
Hm, good point. Hopefully if it's Venetian someone will correct it eventually with a source; my first thought was that it was a typo though. - Hephaestos 15:48, 12 Dec 2003 (UTC)