The Birth, Life And Death Of Scaramouch by Angelo ConstantiniThe Birth, Life And Death Of Scaramouch by Angelo Constantini

The Birth, Life And Death Of Scaramouch

byAngelo ConstantiniTranslated byCyril W. Beaumont

Hardcover | January 10, 2012

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Tiberio Fiorilli, also known as Scaramouche, (November 9, 1608 - December 7, 1694) was an Italian actor of commedia dell'arte, popular in France for his role of Scaramouche. He was the director of the troop of the Comédiens Italiens, which shared with the troop of his friend Molière the Theatre of the Petit-Bourbon, and the Theatre of the Palais-Royal.This biography of Fiorilli by his fellow-actor Angelo Constantini was published in Paris in 1695, shortly after the actor's death. The English translation by the dance scholar and historian Cyril W Beaumont, presented here, includes detailed explanatory notes and background information.
Title:The Birth, Life And Death Of ScaramouchFormat:HardcoverProduct dimensions:148 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inShipping dimensions:9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:January 10, 2012Publisher:Dance BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1906830401

ISBN - 13:9781906830403

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Tiberio Fiorilli, also known as Scaramouche, (November 9, 1608 - December 7, 1694) was an Italian actor of commedia dell'arte, popular in France for his role of Scaramouche. He was the director of the troop of the Comédiens Italiens, which shared with the troop of his friend Molière the Theatre of the Petit-Bourbon, and the Theatre of the Palais-Royal.This biography of Fiorilli by his fellow-actor Angelo Constantini was published in Paris in 1695, shortly after the actor's death. The English translation by the dance scholar and historian Cyril W Beaumont, presented here, includes detailed explanatory notes and background information.