|Role||Voice type||Premiere Cast|
|Cupid||soprano||Lady Mary Tudor|
|Venus||soprano||Mary (Moll) Davies|
|Shepherd||contralto or countertenor|
|Huntsman||contralto or countertenor|
|Cupids, shepherds and shepherdesses, huntsmen, and courtiers (chorus)|
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