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Delpini, Mr. (Carlo Antonio), d. 1828
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Theatre-Royal, Hull, Jan. 1792. The pantomime of Don Juan; or, the libertine destroy'd. (Taken from the old Spanish story,) performed at the London theatres, and at Lord Barrymore's seat at Wargrave. The music by Gluck
Delpini, Mr. (Carlo Antonio), d. 1828
[Hull : s.n., 1792]
1792
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Don Juan; or, The libertine destroy'd A tragic pantomimical entertainment, in two acts: as perform'd at the Royalty Theatre, Well-Street, Goodman's-Fields. Revived under the direction of Mr. Delpini. The songs, duets and choruses, Mr. Reeve. Music composed by Mr. Gluck. The scenery, machinery, &c. designed and executed by Mr. Dixon
Delpini, Mr. (Carlo Antonio), d. 1828
London : Printed for Chas. Delpini; and sold by A. Cleugh, No. 23, Ratcliff-Highway; C. Stalker, Stationer's-Court, Ludgate-Street; Longman & Broderip, Cheapside and Hay-market; and at the Theatre, [1789?]
1789?
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