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71. App. A: L'adorazione delli tre re magi (172,2,), La colpa originale piangente alle culle (1713), Dialogo pastorale a gloria del nato Redentore (1710), Gesù bambino adóralo (i7z6). 7z. Giovanni Battista Sammartini was the maestro di cappella for this confraternity. Most of his works composed for the confraternity's Lenten services were cycles of brief, dramatic cantatas, usually with three personages. For what appears to be a typical Sammartini cycle, see app. A: La passione di Gesù Cristo, e i dolori della Vergine Madre in cinque cantate (1743).
The staging of works called oratorio brought about a semantic change. In Italy of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, oratorio is used in two senses: the traditional sense, that of a sacred drama in concert performance; and a new one, that of an opera sacra. The new sense found its way into a music dictionary in the early nineteenth century: Pietro Lichtenthal's Dizionario e bibliografía délia música (Milan, 182,6) defines oratorio as either a staged or an unstaged work, and in his article on opera, he includes oratorio as a species of opera.
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An analytical exercise by Euler L.