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Giovanni Bertati
Librettist
... The author compares Giuseppe Gazzaniga and Giovanni Bertati's Don Juan opera "Don Giovanni Tenorio" to "Don Giovanni" of Mozart and Da Ponte. ...
... Reviews the student production of the "other" operatic setting of Don Giovanni by Gazzaniga ... differences between this 1787 work and the more familiar setting, pointing out the libretto by Bertati used by ...
Der Liebeswettstreit: Zur Geschichte eines Opernmotivs
Acta Mozartiana (2010) Vol. 57, No. 1, pp. 79-92

This essay examines the plot filiation of the "marriage à-la-mode" in Hogarth's cycle of copperplate engravings from the English play "The Clandestine Marriage" to Bertati's libretto for Cimarosa's "Matrimonio segreto." A frequently drawn connection to Riccoboni's and Kohaut's "Marriage caché" ...

... particularly of Bertati, found in similar fashion also in his libretto for "Don Giovanni," which in turn ... appears to be a typical motif particularly of Bertati, found in similar fashion also in his libretto for ... "Don Giovanni," which in turn refers back to Molière's "Dom Juan." [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT] ...
Der Liebeswettstreit: Zur Geschichte eines Opernmotivs
Acta Mozartiana (2010) Vol. 57, No. 1, pp. 79-92

This essay examines the plot filiation of the "marriage à-la-mode" in Hogarth's cycle of copperplate engravings from the English play "The Clandestine Marriage" to Bertati's libretto for Cimarosa's "Matrimonio segreto." A frequently drawn connection to Riccoboni's and Kohaut's "Marriage caché" ...

... particularly of Bertati, found in similar fashion also in his libretto for "Don Giovanni," which in turn ... appears to be a typical motif particularly of Bertati, found in similar fashion also in his libretto for ... "Don Giovanni," which in turn refers back to Molière's "Dom Juan." [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT] ...
Il primo invito di Don Giovanni. Maschere e travestimenti in Mozart-Da Ponte
Il Saggiatore Musicale (1996) Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 71-103

This study examines the correspondences and analogies between the first and second act finales of Mozart-Da Ponte's Don Giovanni. In addition to known and critically established parallels, this analysis focuses on a deeply rooted correspondence, concerning very old cultural traditions. ...

... Mozart-Da Ponte's Don Giovanni. In addition to known and critically established parallels, this ... characters capable of stopping and immobilizing - if only momentarily - the elusive Don Giovanni; only ... the opera. It is thus no coincidence that Don Giovanni extends his foolhardy invitation to the three ...
Nel laboratorio di Da Ponte: "Cosi fan tutte," "Le nozze di Figaro" e la librettistica coeva
Rivista Italiana di Musicologia (1998) Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 279-300

That the wide knowledge of other writers' works for the theater and the borrowing of textual elements from them was normal procedure for Lorenzo da Ponte and other contemporary librettists, has now been proved even for an opera like "Così ...

... seventies of the eighteenth century. It examines in particular librettos by Chiari, the young Bertati ... examines in particular librettos by Chiari, the young Bertati, and Antonio Galuppi, published between ...
Il matrimonio segreto
Heugel et Cie. (Paris) [1875]