Maometto II - Roles


Role Voice type Premiere Cast, 3 December 1820
(Conductor: Nicola Festa)
Maometto II (Mehmed II) bass Filippo Galli
Paolo Erisso, head of the Venetians in Negroponte tenor Andrea Nozzari
Anna, his daughter soprano Isabella Colbran
Calbo, Venetian noble mezzo-soprano or contralto Adelaide Comelli
Condulmiero, Venetian noble tenor Giuseppe Ciccimarra
Selimo, Muslim noble tenor Gaetano Chizzola

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