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Le feste d'Apollo (The Festivals of Apollo) is an operatic work by Christoph Willibald von Gluck, first performed at the Teatrino della Corte, Parma, Italy, on 24 August 1769 for the wedding celebrations of Ferdinand, Duke of Parma and Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria. Gluck travelled to Parma to supervise rehearsals from February to April 1769. The wedding was delayed by the death of Pope Clement XIII and did not take place until 19 July. The celebrations, including the staging of Le feste, followed in August.

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  • Le feste d'Apollo (título original en italiano; en español, Las fiestas de Apolo) es un espectáculo operístico con música de Christoph Willibald Gluck. Se estrenó en el Teatrillo de la corte de Parma, el 24 de agosto de 1769, con ocasión de las celebraciones por las noches del duque Fernando I de Borbón-Parma y de la archiduquesa María Amelia de Habsburgo-Lorena.
  • Le feste d'Apollo costituiscono uno spettacolo operistico su musica ed a cura di Christoph Willibald Gluck, che vide la luce nel Teatrino di corte, a Parma, il 24 agosto 1769, in occasione delle celebrazioni per le nozze del duca Ferdinando I di Borbone e dell'arciduchessa Maria Amalia d'Asburgo-Lorena. Le coreografie furono curate dal maestro di ballo della corte, Giuseppe Bianchi.
  • Le feste d'Apollo (The Festivals of Apollo) is an operatic work by Christoph Willibald von Gluck, first performed at the Teatrino della Corte, Parma, Italy, on 24 August 1769 for the wedding celebrations of Ferdinand, Duke of Parma and Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria. Styled a festa teatrale, Le feste d'Apollo consists of a prologue and three self-contained acts on the model of French opéra-ballet (the court of Parma was passionately interested in French culture). Gluck knew the Archduchess Maria Amalia well as she had sung in two of his operas, Il Parnaso confuso and La corona, in Vienna. The composer recycled a lot of music from his earlier operas in the score of Le feste. In fact, the whole of the third act, Orfeo, is a shorter reworking of his most famous piece, Orfeo ed Euridice (1762). The overture to the prologue is taken from Telemaco. Gluck later reused some of the choruses in two of the operas he wrote for Paris, Iphigénie en Aulide and Iphigénie en Tauride. Gluck travelled to Parma to supervise rehearsals from February to April 1769. The wedding was delayed by the death of Pope Clement XIII and did not take place until 19 July. The celebrations, including the staging of Le feste, followed in August.
  • Le feste d’Apollo (GluckWV 1.40, Wotquenne-Nummer: A.38) ist eine Festa teatrale in einem Prolog und drei Teilen von Christoph Willibald Gluck (Musik) mit Libretti von Carlo Gastone Gaetano Della Torre di Rezzonico (Prologo), Giuseppe Maria Pagnini (Atto di Bauci e Filemone), Giuseppe Pezzana (Atto d’Aristeo) und Ranieri de’ Calzabigi (Atto d’Orfeo). Das Werk wurde am 24. August 1769 und den folgenden Tagen anlässlich der Hochzeit der Herzogin Maria Amalia von Österreich, einer Tochter Maria Theresias, mit dem spanischen Infanten Herzog Ferdinand von Bourbon-Parma im Teatrino di Corte von Parma erstmals aufgeführt.
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  • Le feste d'Apollo (The Festivals of Apollo) is an operatic work by Christoph Willibald von Gluck, first performed at the Teatrino della Corte, Parma, Italy, on 24 August 1769 for the wedding celebrations of Ferdinand, Duke of Parma and Archduchess Maria Amalia of Austria. Gluck travelled to Parma to supervise rehearsals from February to April 1769. The wedding was delayed by the death of Pope Clement XIII and did not take place until 19 July. The celebrations, including the staging of Le feste, followed in August.
  • Le feste d'Apollo (título original en italiano; en español, Las fiestas de Apolo) es un espectáculo operístico con música de Christoph Willibald Gluck. Se estrenó en el Teatrillo de la corte de Parma, el 24 de agosto de 1769, con ocasión de las celebraciones por las noches del duque Fernando I de Borbón-Parma y de la archiduquesa María Amelia de Habsburgo-Lorena.
  • Le feste d'Apollo costituiscono uno spettacolo operistico su musica ed a cura di Christoph Willibald Gluck, che vide la luce nel Teatrino di corte, a Parma, il 24 agosto 1769, in occasione delle celebrazioni per le nozze del duca Ferdinando I di Borbone e dell'arciduchessa Maria Amalia d'Asburgo-Lorena. Le coreografie furono curate dal maestro di ballo della corte, Giuseppe Bianchi.
  • Le feste d’Apollo (GluckWV 1.40, Wotquenne-Nummer: A.38) ist eine Festa teatrale in einem Prolog und drei Teilen von Christoph Willibald Gluck (Musik) mit Libretti von Carlo Gastone Gaetano Della Torre di Rezzonico (Prologo), Giuseppe Maria Pagnini (Atto di Bauci e Filemone), Giuseppe Pezzana (Atto d’Aristeo) und Ranieri de’ Calzabigi (Atto d’Orfeo). Das Werk wurde am 24. August 1769 und den folgenden Tagen anlässlich der Hochzeit der Herzogin Maria Amalia von Österreich, einer Tochter Maria Theresias, mit dem spanischen Infanten Herzog Ferdinand von Bourbon-Parma im Teatrino di Corte von Parma erstmals aufgeführt.
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