The Culture of Opera Buffa in Mozart's Vienna: A Poetics of Entertainment

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INDEX
PAGE NUMBERS in italics indicate musical or textual extract. Music examples are indicated by title as sub-subentries within the title of the opera.PAGE REFERENCES for operas are listed by composer (librettist in parentheses), with cross-references back to the composer from individual opera titles and librettists (the latter in parentheses) listed alphabetically. Operas set to music by more than one composer are listed alphabetically by title (e.g., at La finta giardiniera), with page numbers, where the discussions refers to either or both settings, but by composer when the discussion touches a specific setting.OPERAS INDICATED with asterisks were used for specific comparisons only and do not appear in Appendix One.
Abbate, Carolyn, 105, 225
Abert, Anna Amalie, 286–87
Abert, Hermann, 214n.24, 280n.7
Abraham, Gerald, 287
Adamberger, Johann Valentin, 5
Allanbrook, Wye J., 6n.11, 29, 65n.37, 104, 111n.4, 145–46, 175n.32
Allroggen, Gerhard, 96n.7
Americano, L'. See under Piccinni, Niccolò
Amore soldato, L'. See Felici, Alessandro
(Anelli, Angelo), Griselda (see under Piccinni, Niccolò); I due supposti conti (see under Cimarosa, Domenico)
Anfossi, Pasquale, Il curioso indiscreto (Bertati), 29, 32, 61, 47–48, 124, 127–28, 196n.2, 249–50, 257n.31, 301; (“Son Regina disperata”), 142–44; La finta giardiniera (? Petrosellini), 300, (“Se l'augellin sen fugge”), 36–37, (“Vorrei punirti”), 140–41; Le gelosie fortunate (Livigni), 42, 157n.5, 302; Il geloso in cimento (Bertati), 34, 300; L'incognita perseguitata (Petrosellini), 33, 137n.18, 196n.1, 209, 211n.17, 300, (“Due pupillette amabili”), 149–50, (introduzione), 199–200, 205–7, (plot summary), 311; Isabella e Rodrigo (Bertati), 41, 301; Lo sposo disperato (Bertati), 61, 83n.23, 284, 301; La vera costanza (Puttini), 42, 300; I viaggiatori felici (Livigni), 62, 301
Angermüller, Rudolph, 268, 269n.68
Angiolini, Gasparo, 7
aria agitata,280
arias, 95–155; buffa, 110–26; —, antifemale diatribes, 125; —, catalogues in, 124–25; —, formal fluidity in, 123–24; cavatinas, 96; compressed da capo form, 139; formal rhetoric, 102–3; —, in the serva/contadina aria, 135–36; and individuality, 100–101, 103–9; musical forms, 102–3, 305–7; and performance, 104–5; rondò, 96, 147, 151; seria, 137–46; social values, 22–23; type of, 95–102
Ariosto, Ludovico, Orlando furioso,248, 259
Armstrong, Nancy, 154
Astarita, Gennaro, 32
Astratto, L'. See under Piccinni, Niccolò
Axur, re di Ormus. See under Salieri, Antonio
Badini, Carlo Francesco, Orlando paladino (orig. Le pazzie di Orlando). See under Guglielmi, Pietro
Baglioni, Costanza, 44
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 72–74
Balsano, Maria Antonella, 266
Barbier de Séville, Le. See under Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de
Barbiere di Siviglia, Il. See under Paisiello, Giovanni
Barone di Rocca antica, II. See under Salieri, Antonio
Bauman, Thomas, 8

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