Tamerlano (‘Tamerlane’). Opera in 3 acts by Handel to lib. by N. F. Haym adapted from Piovene's Tamerlano (1711) and from Bajazet (1719), rev. vers. of lib. by Zanelli and Borosini after Pradon's play Tamerlan (1675). Comp. 1724, rev. 1731. Prod. London 1724. F. modern ps. Karlsruhe 1924, Birmingham 1962, Bloomington, Ind., 1985.
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