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Armida

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  1. an opera seria by Antonio Sacchini set to a libretto by Jacopo Durandi, originally based on the epic poem by Torquato Tasso

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  2. The opera was first performed at the Milanese Carnival of 1772

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  3. born Milan, 1772

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  4. In Armida, Sacchini incorporated many elements of French opera, including frequent use of chorus, ballet, and theatrical spectacle on a grand scale

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  5. return to the subject of the libretto twice more in his career: first for the 1780 London work Rinaldo, and then for his first French opera, Renaud, which was dedicated to Marie Antoinette

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