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Tito Manlio (Italian pronunciation: [ˈtiːto ˈmanljo]; RV 738) is an opera in three acts by Antonio Vivaldi, to a libretto by Matteo Noris. It was written in celebration of the marriage of Philip of Hesse-Darmstadt (1671–1736), the governor of Mantua, which he had announced at Christmas. Vivaldi quickly composed the opera within five days. Whereas the wedding eventually did not take place at all, the opera was successfully premiered at the Teatro Arciducale in Mantua during the carnival season of 1719.
- Tito Manlio: Nicola Ulivieri, Karina Gauvin, Ann Hallenberg, Marijana Mijanovic, Debora Beronesi, Barbara Di Castri; Accademia Bizantina, Ottavio Dantone (conductor); Naïve OP30413
- Tito Manlio: Conductor: Vittorio Negri. Berlin Chamber Orchestra. Singers: Luccardi, Wagemann, Hamari, Finnila, Marshall, Trimarchi, Lerer, Ahnsjo. 1978. Philips 6769 004.
- Tito Manlio: Sergio Foresti (Tito), Elisabeth Scholl (Manlio), Nicky Kennedy (Lucio), Rosa Dominguez (Vitellia), Lucia Sciannimanico (Servilia), Thierry Gregoire (Decio), Davide Livermore (Geminio), Bruno Taddia (Lindo), Modo Antiquo, Federico Maria Sardelli (conductor); cpo 777 096-2
- Eric Cross. "Tito Manlio." The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press, (subscription required), accessed December 28, 2015, http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com/subscriber/article/grove/music/O009614.
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