La Principessa di Poggioreale 1748

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La Principessa di Poggioreale 1748

Postby Reggio » 04 Mar 2004, 11:58

This may be a long shot but maybe you could direct me in good direction.

I am currently researching some manuscripts of 18th century music. There
is one ms composed in 1748 in Palermo. It is dedidicated:
'Per la sigra Principessa di Poggioreal(e)'. It is scored for a soprano.
I would like to be able to identify La Pincipessa, any ideas with whom
I could make contact?

Thanks for any help you might be able to give.
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Re: La Principessa di Poggioreale 1748

Postby suanj » 04 Mar 2004, 20:15

Reggio wrote:This may be a long shot but maybe you could direct me in good direction.

I am currently researching some manuscripts of 18th century music. There
is one ms composed in 1748 in Palermo. It is dedidicated:
'Per la sigra Principessa di Poggioreal(e)'. It is scored for a soprano.
I would like to be able to identify La Pincipessa, any ideas with whom
I could make contact?

Thanks for any help you might be able to give.

probable:
27-4-1740 Donna(milady) Aurora Morso, daughter of Don(Lord) Giovan Francesco Principe of Poggioreale and of Donna(Milady) Teresa Bonanno of Bosco of Principi of Roccafiorita (+ Palermo 23-8-1792), married 27-4-1740 to noble Don Alonso Monroy (* Salemi 7-1713 + Salemi 4-8-1764)..
http://www.sardimpex.com/monroy2.htm
regards, suanj
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