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Cosi was Mozart’s least understood opera, as testified by the many rewritings and reinterpretations that marked the piece. The suspicions aroused by this opera lasted for over a century.

The present article gives the names of all the singers included in the first cast, with short biographical notices, as well as the titles which were used, until 1910, in German, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Dutch and French performances. The paper, which also points out first editions, mentions the tempi used in the transcription for keyboard published in Paris by Schlesinger in 1822.

Cosi was adapted in different ways in German-speaking countries. The baldness of the plot and the weakness of the text were particularly criticised in the nineteenth century. Between 1791 and the mid-nineteenth century different versions of the opera were presented both internationally and locally.

After 1850, only a few versions were still presented on stage. In France, important changes were made relating to both text and music. For example, musical pieces by other composers were inserted and the action was altered. It was only in the twentieth century that Cosi was revived in its original form by Richard Strauss and Karl Böhm.

Migrations culturelles de l'histoire de la représentation aux XVIIIème et XIXème siècles en Europe

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Rudolf Angermüller

Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg

Così fan tutte auf europäischen Bühnen 1790 bis 1910

Jérome Bonnet
Jérome Bonnet - Arsinoe de Tammaso Stanzani

Laura Naudeix
Laura Naudeix - Présence de la tragédie en musique française

Sandrah Silvio
Sandrah Silvio - Style et technique des chanteuses lyriques italiennes

Laurine Quetin
Laurine Quetin - Réception de l'art lyrique italien en Russie

Préface

Albert Gier
Albert Gier - Zwischen Tragödie und Melodram

Chantal Cazaux
Chantal Cazaux - Gaetano Donizetti de Naples à Paris et Vienne

Gérard Loubinoux
Gérard Loubinoux - Castil-Blaze, héritier des querelles du XVIIIè siècle

Georgia Kondyli
Georgia Kondyli - Les Danaïdes ou les migrations d'un mythe

Stefania Panighini
Stefania Panighini - Analisi della messinscena del Così fan tutte

Rudolf Angermüller
Rudolf Angermüller - Così fan tutte auf europäischen Bühnen

Ghyslaine Guertin
Ghyslaine Guertin - L'Europe musicale d'après un migrant du XVIIIè siècle

Cécile Champonnois
Cécile Champonnois - Travellers and Amateur Opinions on XVIIIth Century

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Elena Biggi Parodi
Elena Biggi Parodi - "Les Danaïdes" di Salieri diretta da Gaspare Spontini