Giulio Cesare Corradi

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Giulio Cesare Corradi (Parma, c.1650 - Venice, 1701 or 1702[1]) was an Italian opera librettist.

No biographical information exists prior to 1674 and the appearance of his first work.



  1. ^ Eleanor Selfridge-Field A new chronology of Venetian opera and related genres, 1660-1760 p252 footnote 63 "opera postuma"