[Met Performance] CID:34760
New production (Die Puppenfée)
Don Pasquale {13}
Die Puppenfée {9}
Matinee ed. Metropolitan Opera House: 01/28/1905.

(Debuts: Mr. Cenerella, Aurelio Coccia, Miss Colombo, Mr. Dalmas, Mr. D'Antona, Miss Daubel, Miss Haban, Mr. Leke, Miss Noice, Mr. Riolo, Miss Ross, Richard Saint Elia, Mr. Stella, Fritzi Stickert, Miss Suan, Miss Valetti, Zelinda Ziglioli)


Metropolitan Opera House
January 28, 1905 Matinee


DON PASQUALE {13}

Don Pasquale............Arcangelo Rossi
Norina..................Marcella Sembrich
Ernesto.................Andreas Dippel
Dr. Malatesta...........Antonio Scotti
Notary..................Ernesto Giaccone

Conductor...............Arturo Vigna


New production

DIE PUPPENFÉE {9}
Joseph Bayer

Doll Fairy..............Miss Noice [Only performance]
Toy Merchant............Richard Saint Elia [Debut]
Plumpstershire..........Mr. Dalmas [Debut]
Lady Plumpstershire.....Miss Colombo [Debut]
Clerk...................Mr. Stella [Debut]
Peasant.................Vincenzo Roméo
Peasant's Wife..........Miss Valetti [Debut]
Guide...................Mr. Leke [Debut]
Messenger...............Mr. Cenerella [Debut]
Postman.................Mr. Riolo [Debut]
Servant.................Miss Suan [Debut]
Jockey..................Miss Daubel [Debut]
Drummer.................Enrichetta Varasi
Spaniard................Bianca Froehlich
Japanese................Pauline Verhoeven
Baby....................Fritzi Stickert [Debut]
Tyrolean................Miss Haban [Debut]
Negress.................Miss Ross [Debut]
Chinese.................Zelinda Ziglioli [Debut]
Harlequin...............Luigi Albertieri
Troubador...............Aurelio Coccia [Debut]
Drum Major..............Mr. D'Antona [Debut]

Conductor...............Nahan Franko

Choreographer...........Josef Hassreiter
Choreography realized by Albertieri

Die Puppenfée received two performances this season.

[Miss Ross, appearing in Die Puppenfée, may in fact have been Edith Vail, a student in the opera school who played other small roles this season and who was identified in some company records as Edith Vail Ross. Programs also spelled the name D'Antona as D'Ontona.]



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