List of Operas By Ponchielli

This is a complete list of the operas of the Italian composer Amilcare Ponchielli (1834–1886).

Opus Title Genre Sub­divisions Libretto Première Place, Theatre
2 promessiI promessi sposi melodramma 4 acts AglioGiuseppe Aglio and Cesare Stradivari after Alessandro Manzoni 1856-08-3030 August 1856;
revised: 5 December 1872
Cremona, Teatro Concordia;
revised: Milan, Teatro Dal Verme
3 Bertrando dal Bormio 4 acts composed in 1858, scheduled for Turin but unperformed
4 SavoiardaLa Savoiarda
(revised as Lina)
dramma lirico 3 acts GuidiFrancesco Guidi 1861-01-1919 January 1861;
revised: 17 November 1877
Cremona, Teatro Concordia,
revised: Milan, Teatro Dal Verme
4.5 Roderigo re dei Goti 3 acts GuidiFrancesco Guidi 1863-12-2626 December 1863 Piacenza, Teatro Municipale
6 parlatoreIl parlatore eterno scherzo comico 1 act GhislanzoniAntonio Ghislanzoni 1873-10-1818 October 1873 Lecco, Teatro Sociale
7 LituaniI Lituani dramma lirico 3 acts GhislanzoniAntonio Ghislanzoni 1874-03-077 March 1874;
revised: 6 March 1875
Milan, Teatro alla Scala (both versions)
8 moriI mori di Valenza dramma lirico 4 acts GhislanzoniAntonio Ghislanzoni 1914-03-17begun by the composer in 1874, completed by Annibale Ponchielli and Arturo Cadore; 17 March 1914 Monte Carlo, Opéra
9 GiocondaLa Gioconda dramma lirico 4 acts GorrioTobia Gorrio (pseudonym/anagram of Arrigo Boito) after Victor Hugo's drama Angelo, tyran de Padoue (1835) 1876-04-088 April 1876;
revised: 18 October 1876;
revised: 27 November 1879
Milan, Teatro alla Scala;
revised: Venice, Rossini;
revised: Genoa, Politeama Genovese
10 figliuolIl figliuol prodigo melodramma 4 acts ZanardiniAngelo Zanardini 1880-12-2626 December 1880 Milan, Teatro alla Scala
11 Marion Delorme melodramma 4 acts GoliscianiEnrico Golisciani 1885-03-1717 March 1885 Milan, Teatro alla Scala

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