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List of operas by Piccinni

This is a complete list of the operas of the Italian composer Niccolò Piccinni (1728–1800).

Title Genre Sub­divisions Libretto Première date Place, theatre
donnedLe donne dispettose
(or: Le trame per amore; La massara spiritosa)
opera buffa PalombaAntonio Palomba 1754-10-00autumn 1754 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
curiosodIl curioso del suo proprio danno opera buffa 3 acts PalombaAntonio Palomba, after El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 1755-03-00Carnival 1755/1756? Naples, Teatro Nuovo
gelosieLe gelosie
(or: Le gelosie, o Le nozze in confusione)
opera buffa LorenziGiovanni Battista Lorenzi 1755-04-00spring 1755 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorenti
Zenobia opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1756-12-1818 December 1756 Naples, Teatro San Carlo;
revised version: 1768, Naples
amanteL'amante ridicolo
(or: L'amante ridicolo e deluso; L'amante deluso)
intermezzo 2 acts PioliAlessandro Pioli 1757-00-011757 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
schiavaLa schiava seria
(or: Die Sklavin)
intermezzo 1757-00-021757 Naples
Caio Mario opera seria RoccaforteGaetano Roccaforte 1757-00-031757? Naples, Teatro San Carlo;
revised version: 20 January 1765, Naples, Teatro San Carlo
Nitteti
(in collaboration with Gioacchino Cocchi)
opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1757-11-044 November 1757 Naples, Teatro San Carlo
Alessandro nell'Indie opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1758-01-2121 January 1758 Rome, Teatro Argentina;
2nd version: 12 January 1774, Naples, Teatro San Carlo
uccellatoriGli uccellatori opera buffa Goldoni?, after Carlo Goldoni 1758-06-001758 Naples or Venice
Madama Arrighetta
(or: Petiton; Monsieur Petiton)
opera buffa 3 acts PalombaAntonio Palomba, after Monsieur Petiton by Carlo Goldoni 1758-10-00autumn or winter 1758 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
scaltraLa scaltra letterata
(or: La scaltra spiritosa)
opera buffa 3 acts PalombaAntonio Palomba 1758-12-00winter 1758 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
Siroe rè di Persia opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1759-00-001759 Naples
Ciro riconosciuto opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1759-11-044 November 1759 Naples, Teatro San Carlo
buonafLa buona figliuola (or La Cecchina) dramma giocoso 3 acts GoldoniCarlo Goldoni 1760-02-066 February 1760 Rome, Teatro delle Dame
OrigilleL'Origille opera buffa PalombaAntonio Palomba 1760-04-00spring 1760 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
reIl rè pastore opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1760-10-00autumn 1760 Florence, Teatro della Pergola
furbaLa furba burlata
(or: I furbi burlati)
(written with Nicola Logroscino (1698–1765): summer 1762, Naples, Teatro Nuovo;
with additions by Giacomo Insanguine (1728–1795) as I furbi burlati: 1773, Naples )
opera buffa 3 acts NapoliP. di Napoli?, after Antonio Palomba 1760-10-01autumn 1760 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
beffeLe beffe giovevoli opera buffa Goldoni?, after Carlo Goldoni 1760-12-00winter 1760 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
vicendeLe vicende della sorte
(or: Le vicende del caso ossia della sorte; Der Glückswechsel)
intermezzo 3 acts PetroselliniGiuseppe Petrosellini, after I Portentosi effetti della madre natura by Carlo Goldoni 1761-01-033 January 1761 Rome, Teatro Valle
schiavituLa schiavitù per amore intermezzo 1761-03-00Carnival 1761 Rome
Olimpiade opera seria Metastasio 1761-03-01Carnival 1761 Rome, Teatro delle Dame;
2nd version: 1768, Rome, Teatro Argentina;
revised 2nd version: 30 May 1774, Naples, Teatro San Carlo
Tigrane
(or: Farnaspe)
opera seria 3 acts CignaVittorio Amedeo Cigna-Santi, after Carlo Goldoni's revision of the drama by Francesco Silvani 1761-03-02Carnival 1761 Turin, Teatro Regio
Demofoonte opera seria 3 acts Metastasio (Demofonte) 1761-05-00May 1761 Reggio Emilia, Teatro moderno
buonafmLa buona figliuola maritata
(or: La baronessa riconosciuta e maritata; Cecchina maritata)
opera buffa 3 acts GoldoniCarlo Goldoni 1761-05-01May 1761 Bologna, Teatro Formagliari
curiosoiIl curioso imprudente
(revised version of Il curioso del suo proprio danno
with Antonio Sacchini)
3 acts PalombaAntonio Palomba, after El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 1761-10-00autumn 1761 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
stravaganteLo stravagante opera buffa 3 acts VillaniAntonio Villani 1761-10-02autumn 1761 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
astutoL'astuto balordo opera buffa FagiuoliGiovanni Battista Fagiuoli 1761-12-00winter 1761 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
astrologaL'astrologa opera buffa 3 acts ChiariPietro Chiari 1761-12-99Carnival 1761/1762 Venice, Teatro Moisè
Amor senza malizia opera buffa 1762-00-001762 Nuremberg, Hoftheater Thurn und Taxis
Artaserse opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1762-02-033 February 1762 Rome, Teatro Argentina;
revised version: 4 November 1768 or 1772, Naples, Teatro San Carlo
avventureLe avventure di Ridolfo intermezzo 1762-03-00Carnival 1762 Bologna, Teatro Marsigli-Rossi
bellaLa bella verità opera buffa 3 acts GoldoniCarlo Goldoni 1762-06-1212 June 1762 Bologna, Teatro Marsigli-Rossi
Antigono opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1762-11-044 November 1762 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
cavaliereIl cavaliere per amore
(or: Il fumo villano) (in collaboration with Bernardo Ottani)
opera buffa 2 acts PetroselliniGiuseppe Petrosellini 1762-12-00winter 1762 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
(or: Carnival 1763, Rome, Teatro Valle)
donnevLe donne vendicate
(or: Il vago disprezzato; Le fat méprisé)
intermezzo 2 acts Goldoniafter Carlo Goldoni 1763-02-00Carnival 1763 Rome, Teatro Valle
contadineLe contadine bizzarre
(or: La sciocchezza in amore; Le contadine astute; Le villanelle astute)
opera buffa 3 acts 1763-02-01February 1763 Rome, Teatro Capranica
(or: autumn 1763, Venice, Teatro San Samuele
stravagantiGli stravaganti, ossia La schiava riconosciuta
(or: La schiava; Gli stravaganti, ossia I matrimoni alla moda; L'esclave ou Le marin généreux; Die Ausschweifenden) (with additions by Joseph Haydn)
intermezzo 2 acts 1764-01-011 January 1764 Rome, Teatro Valle
villeggiaturaLa villeggiatura
(revised version of Le donne vendicate)
opera buffa 3 acts Goldoniafter Carlo Goldoni 1764-03-00Carnival 1764 Bologna, Teatro Formagliari
parrucchiereIl parrucchiere intermezzo 1764-03-01Carnival 1764 Rome, Teatro Valle
incognitaL'incognita perseguitata
(with additions by Joseph Haydn)
opera buffa 3 acts PetroselliniGiuseppe Petrosellini 1764-03-02Carnival 1764 Venice, Teatro San Samuele
equivocoL'equivoco opera buffa 3 acts LantinoLiviano Lantino and Antonio Villani 1764-07-00summer 1764 Naples, Teatro Fiorentini
donnavLa donna vana opera buffa 3 acts PalombaAntonio Palomba 1764-11-00November 1764 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
nuovoIl nuovo Orlando opera buffa Ariostoafter Ludovico Ariosto 1764-12-2626 December 1764 Modena, Teatro Rangoni
baroneIl barone di Torreforte intermezzo 2 acts 1765-01-1010 January 1765 Rome, Teatro Capranica
fintoaIl finto astrologo intermezzo Goldiniafter Carlo Goldini 1765-02-077 February 1765 Rome, Teatro Valle
orfanaL'orfana insidiata
(with additions by Gennaro Astarita (1745–1803))
opera buffa 1765-07-00summer 1765 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
PescatriciLa Pescatrici ovvero L'Erede riconosciuta
(or: La pescatrice innocente)
intermezzo 2 acts Goldoniafter Carlo Goldoni 1766-01-099 January 1766 Rome, Teatro Capranica
baronessaLa baronessa di Montecupo intermezzo 1766-01-2727 January 1766 Rome, Teatro Capranica
incostanteL'incostante
(or: Il volubile; La capricciosa)
intermezzo 2 acts PalombaAntonio Palomba 1766-02-00February 1766 Rome, Teatro Capranica
fiammettaLa fiammetta generosa
(with Pasquale Anfossi (1727–1797))
opera buffa 3 acts 1766-03-00Carnival 1766 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
molinarellaLa molinarella
(or: Il cavaliere Ergasto; La molinara)
opera buffa 3 acts 1766-10-00autumn 1766 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
granIl gran Cid
(or: Il Cid)
opera seria 3 acts PizziGiovacchini Pizzi 1766-11-044 November 1766 Naples, Teatro San Carlo
franceseLa francese maligna 1767-00-001766/1767 Naples or 1769, Rome
notteLa notte critica opera buffa 3 acts GoldoniCarlo Goldoni 1767-03-00Carnival 1767 Lisbon, Teatro Salvaterra
fintabLa finta baronessa opera buffa LivigniFilippo Livigni 1764-07-00summer 1767 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
Mazzina, Acetone e Dindimento opera buffa 1767-08-00c. 1767? Naples?
direttriceLa direttrice prudente
(or: La prudente ingegnosa)
opera buffa 3 acts 1767-10-00autumn 1767
napoletaniGli napoletani in America opera buffa 3 acts CerloneFrancesco Cerlone 1768-06-1010 June 1768 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorenti
locandieraLa locandiera di spirito opera buffa 3 acts 1768-10-00autumn 1768 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
sposoLo sposo burlato intermezzo 2 acts CastiGiovanni Battista Casti 1769-01-055 January 1769 Rome, Teatro Valle
innocenzaL'innocenza riconosciuta opera buffa 1769-01-1111 January 1769 Senigallia
fintacLa finta ciarlatana ossia Il vecchio credulo opera buffa 1769-03-00Carnival 1769 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
Demetrio opera seria Metastasio 1769-05-3030 May 1769 Naples, Teatro San Carlo
sposiGli sposi perseguitati opera buffa 1769-99-001769 Naples, Teatro Nuovo
Didone abbandonata opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1770-01-088 January 1770 Rome, Teatro Argentina
Cesare in Egitto
(or: Cesare e Cleopatra)
opera seria 3 acts BussaniGiacomo Francesco Bussani 1770-01-00January 1770 Milan, Teatro Ducale
donnadisLa donna di spirito opera buffa 1770-02-1313 February 1770 Rome, Teatro Capranica
regnoIl regno della luna
(or: Il mondo della luna)
opera buffa 1770-04-00spring 1770 Milan, Teatro ducale
Gelosia per gelosia opera buffa LorenziGiovanni Battista Lorenzi 1770-07-00summer 1770, Naples Teatro dei Fiorentini
Don Chisciotte opera buffa LorenziGiovanni Battista Lorenzi, after Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 1770-08-001770 Naples?
fintopIl finto pazzo per amore opera buffa 1770-09-001770 Naples?
Catone in Utica 3 acts Metastasio 1770-11-055 November 1770 Mannheim, Hoftheater
olandeseL'olandese in Italia opera buffa TassiNiccolò Tassi 1770-11-99autumn 1770 Milan, Teatro Ducale
Antigono opera seria 1771-03-00Carnival 1771 Rome
donnadibLa donna di bell'umore opera buffa 1771-05-1515 May 1771 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
corsaraLa Corsara opera buffa 3 acts LorenziGiovanni Battista Lorenzi 1771-10-00autumn 1771 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
finteLe finte Gemelle
(or: Le due finte gemelle; Le germane in equivoco)
intermezzo 2 or 3 acts PetroselliniGiuseppe Petrosellini 1771-01-022 January 1771 Rome, Teatro Valle
americanoL'americano
(or: L'americano incivilito; L'americano ingentilito)
intermezzo 2 acts 1772-02-2222 February 1772 Rome, Teatro Caprnica
astrattoL'astratto, ovvero Il giocator fortunato
(or: Il giocator fanatico per il lotto) (with additions by Joseph Haydn)
opera buffa 3 acts PetroselliniGiuseppe Petrosellini 1772-03-00Carnival 1772 Venice, Teatro San Samuele
tramezLe trame zingaresche opera buffa LorenziGiovanni Battista Lorenzi 1772-07-00summer 1772 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
Ipermestra opera seria 3 acts Metastasio 1772-11-044 November 1772 Naples, Teatro San Carlo
Scipione in Cartagena opera seria 3 acts GiustiLuigi Giusti (or: Alvise Giusti?) 1772-12-2626 December 1772? Modena, Teatro di Corte
sposaLa sposa collerica intermezzo 1773-01-099 January 1773 Rome, Teatro Valle
quattroLe quattro nazioni o La vedova scaltra opera buffa Goldoniafter Carlo Goldoni's comedy 1773-03-001773 Rome?
vagabondoIl vagabondo fortunato opera buffa MililottiPasquale Mililotti 1773-10-00autumn 1773 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
amantiGli amanti mascherati opera buffa 1774-00-001774 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
conclaveIl conclave del MDCCLXXIV Metastasioafter Metastasio 1775-03-00Carnival 1775 Rome, Teatro delle Dame
ignoranteL'ignorante astuto opera buffa 3 acts MililottiPasquale Mililotti 1775-03-01Carnival 1775 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
Enea in Cuma parody MililottiPasquale Mililotti 1775-04-00spring 1775 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
sordoIl sordo intermezzo 1775-05-001775 Naples
viaggiatoriI viaggiatori opera buffa MililottiPasquale Mililotti?, after Carlo Goldoni 1775-10-00autumn 1775 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
contessinaLa contessina opera buffa 3 acts ColtelliniMarco Coltellini, after Carlo Goldoni 1775-10-01autumn 1775 Verona, Teatro Filarmonico
Radamisto opera seria 3 acts MarchiAntonio Marchi 1776-00-001776 Naples
Vittorina opera buffa GoldoniCarlo Goldoni 1777-12-1616 December 1777 London, King's Theatre
Roland tragédie lyrique 3 acts MarmonteJean-François Marmontel, after Philippe Quinault 1778-01-2727 January 1778 Paris, Académie Royale
Phaon drame lyrique 2 acts WateletClaude-Henri Watelet 1778-09-00September 1778 Choisy-le-Roi, Hoftheater
vagoIl vago disprezzato (or: Le fat méprisé) opera buffa 1779-05-1616 May 1779 Paris, Académie Royale
Atys tragédie lyrique 3 acts MarmontelJean-François Marmontel, after Philippe Quinault 1780-02-2222 February 1780 Paris, Académie Royale
Iphigénie en Tauride tragédie lyrique 4 acts CongeAlphonse du Congé-Dubreuil 1781-01-2323 January 1781 Paris, Académie Royale
Adèle de Ponthieu tragédie lyrique 3 acts SaintJean-Paul-André des Rasins de Saint-Marc 1781-10-2727 October 1781 Paris, Académie Royale
Didon tragédie lyrique 3 acts MarmontelJean-François Marmontel 1783-10-1616 October 1783 Fontainebleau
dormeurLe dormeur éveillé opéra comique 2 acts MarmontelJean-François Marmontel 1783-11-1414 November 1783 Paris, Comédie Italienne
fauxLe faux Lord opéra comique 2 acts PiccinniGiuseppe M. Piccinni 1783-12-066 December 1783 Versailles
Diane et Endymion opera seria 3 acts LirouxJean-François Espic Chevalier de Liroux 1784-09-077 September 1784 Paris, Académie Royale
Lucette opéra comique PiccinniGiuseppe M. Piccinni 1784-12-3030 December 1784 Paris, Comédie Italienne
Pénélope tragédie lyrique 3 acts MarmontelJean-François Marmontel 1785-11-022 November 1785 Fontainebleau, Hoftheater;
2nd version: 16 October 1787, Paris, Académie Royale
Adèle de Ponthieu
(2nd version)
tragédie lyrique 3 acts 1786-00-00revised 1785 but unperformed
Clytemnestre tragédie lyrique PitraLouis-Guillaume Pitra 1787-00-00composed 1787, but unperformed
servaLa serva onorata opera buffa LorenziGiovanni Battista Lorenzi, after Le nozze di Figaro by Lorenzo Da Ponte 1792-03-00Carnival? 1792 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
trameiLe trame in maschera opera buffa 1793-01-00Carnival 1793 Naples, Teatro dei Fiorentini
Ercole al Termedonte
(or: La disfatta delle Amazzoni)
opera seria 2 acts SografiAntonio Simone Sografi 1793-01-1212 January 1793 Naples, Teatro San Carlo
GriseldaLa Griselda eroicomico 2 acts AnelliAngelo Anelli 1793-10-088 October 1793 Venice, Teatro San Samuele
servoIl servo padrone, ossia L'amor perfetto opera buffa 2 acts MazzolaCaternio Mazzolà 1794-01-1717 January 1794 Venice, Teatro San Samuele

References

Sources
  • Libby, Dennis et al. (1992), 'Piccinni, Niccolò' in The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, ed. Stanley Sadie (London) ISBN 0-333-73432-7
  • Some of the information in this article is taken from the related Dutch World Heritage Encyclopedia article.nl:Niccolò Piccinni
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