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PIEDIGROTTA SCARPETTA (1903) Eduardo Scarpetta (Testo & Canzoni)

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Seller: michaelmark1122 (630) 100%, Location: Chicago, Illinois, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 111794705419 Ebay Description: 100% Original Italian Magazine! Very Rare from 1903! Item Description: PIEDIGROTTA Scarpetta 1903. 100% original and in Italian. All magazine pages have pictures. TestoEduardo ScarpettaStornelliA Piedgrott (Impressioni)D. Eduardo ScarpettaPerche? Vincenzo Scarpetta CanzoniSenza core!Che ne sarra?!Nun ire tu!Le unghie! History: Eduardo Scarpetta (1853 -1925) was an Italian actor and playwright from Naples. Although not from a theatrical family, he was on the stage by the age of four and is today best remembered as the creator of a character that became his stage alter-ego: Felice Sciosciammocca, a typical, good-natured Neapolitan. The name "Sciosciammocca" translates from Neapolitan as "breath in mouth"—thus, with "Felice" (Happy) the name conveys something like wide-eyed and perhaps a bit scatter-brained. The character was a break with the traditional portrayal of the Neapolitan streetwise Everyman and, as an implied stereotype, invites comparison to the well-known, darker historical Neapolitan "mask" of Pulcinella. The character appears prominently in Scarpetta’s best-known work, Miseria e Nobiltà (Misery and Nobility) from the year 1888. The work is well known, too, as a 1954 film featuring Neapolitan comic Totò as Felice Sciosciammocca; the film also features the young Sophia Loren. Scarpetta dedicated much of his early activity to translating into Neapolitan the standard Parisian farce comedy of the day, such as Hennequin, Meilhac, Labiche and Feydeau. His own original comedies comprise some 50 works. He was the illegitimate father of actor and playwright Eduardo De Filippo as well as of Eduardo's brother and sister, all of whom comprised the best-known theatrical family in twentieth-century Naples.Plays 1875 - Gelusia ovvero Ammore spusalizio e gelusia 1876 - Ov'è mammà? 1876 - 'Na commedia 'e tre atte 1876 - Quinnice solde so' cchiù assaie de seimilalire 1876 - È buscia o verità? 1877 - Felice maestro di callegrafia ovvero Lu curaggio de nu pompiere napulitano 1879 - Feliciello e Feliciella 1879 - Li testamenti di Parasacco 1879 - La collana d'oro 1880 - L'Accademia disturbata 1880 - Le treccia dell'Imperatore 1880 - La Presentazione de 'na compagnia ovvero Felice direttore di compagnia 1880 - Tetillo (da Bébé di Alfred Hennequin) 1880 - Mettiteve a fa l'ammore cu me! (from Salvestri) 1880 - Li Piscivinnole napulitane 1880 - Tric Trac (from Guarino) 1880 - Lu pescecane 1880 - 'Nu zio ciuccio e 'nu nepote scemo (from F. Cerlone) 1880 - Duje marite 'mbrugliune (from A. Hennequin and A. Delacour) 1880 - Bazzicotto 1880 - Il non plus ultra della disperazione ovvero La Battaglia del Rigoletto; I duelli; Lu Pagnottino. 1881 - Lo scarfalietto (from Meilhac and Halévy) 1881 - Vi' che m'ha fatto frateme 1881 - Tetillo 'nzurato 1881 - Le Bravure di Don Felice 1881 - La posta in quarta pagina 1881 - Tre pecore viziose 1881 - L'amico 'e papà 1881 - 'No pasticcio 1881 - La casa numero sette 1882 - Il romanzo di un farmacista povero 1882 - 'A fortuna 'e Feliciello 1882 - Nun la trovo a mmaretà 1882 - La nutriccia 1882 - Fifì 1882 - 'No quartino a lu quinto piano 1882 - 'Na commedia a vapore 1883 - 'Nu frongillo cecato 1883 - Amore e polenta 1883 - Na paglia 'e Firenze 1883 - 'Na furnata de paura 1883 - 'Na tombola 'e duemila lire 1883 - 'Nu buono giuvinotto 1883 - S'ha da dì o no? 1883 - La signorina Piripipì 1883 - 'Nu casino sotto a lu Vesuvio 1884 - 'Na capa sciacquata 1884 - La calamita 1884 - 'Nu brutto difetto 1884 - 'Na matassa 'mbrugliata 1885 - 'Na società 'e marite 1885 - Un'agenzia di matrimoni 1885 - Li nepute de lu sinneco (from Burani) 1885 - Lu marito de Nannina (from Alexandre Bisson) 1886 - 'O viaggio 'e nozze 1887 - 'Nu bastone 'e fuoco 1888 - Miseria e nobiltà 1888 - 'Nu turco napulitano (from A. Hennequin) 1889 - Lu miedeco de li femmene ovvero Il dottor Suricillo 1889 - 'Na Santarella (from Henri Meilhac and Albert Millaud) 1889 - Girolino e Pirolé 1890 - Pazzie di Carnevale (from Antonio Petito) 1890 - Il Matrimonio di stella 1890 - Casà Bignè 1890 - 'Na stampa e doje figure 1891 - Il capitano Saetta 1892 - Guerra agli uomini 1892 - Cocò 1893 - 'Na mugliera scurnosa 1893 - Lu Cafè Chantant 1893 - Li cafune a Napule 1893 - Lily e Mimì 1894 - 'Nu ministro mmiezzo a li guaie (from Eraldo Baretti) 1894 - Li mariuole ovvero La Contessa tre cape 1894 - Farfariello 1894 - Tre cazune furtunate' 1895 - 'Na bona guagliona 1895 - La casa vecchia 1896 - La Bohème 1896 - I tre soci 1896 - L'albergo del silenzio 1897 - Le due stelle 1897 - Casa Pipiton 1897 - La belle sciantose 1897 - Zetiallo, vidovo e nzurato 1897 - 'Na mascatura inglese 1898 - Nina Boné 1898 - Nu cane bastardo 1899 - Madama Ficcarelli 1899 - 'Na creatura sperduta 1899 - La pupa mobile 1899 - 'A cammerera nova 1899 - Duje chiapparielle 1899 - 'Na figliola romantica 1900 - 'A figlia 'e don Gennaro 1900 - 'A nanassa 1901 - Cane e gatte 1901 - Tutti in viaggio 1901 - Il debutto di Gemma 1902 - Carcere e matrimonio 1902 - 'A Mosca 1902 - Madama Rollè 1902 - Madama Sangenella 1902 - 'O balcone 'e Rusinella 1903 - 'Na mugliera africana 1903 - 'Nu figlio a pusticcio 1903 - Il processo fiaschella 1903 - Li mmale lengue 1904 - 'Nu core d'angelo 1904 - Il figlio di Iorio 1905 - La geisha 1907 - 'Na mugliera zetella 1907 - 'Na brutta pazzia 1908 - 'O miedeco d'e pazze 1909 - La coda del diavolo 1915 - Tre epoche 1923 - Nu disastro ferroviario 1924 - Woronoff Measurements: Approximately 15.25 Inches x 10.75 inches Condition: This magazine is in very poor condition. The pages are delicate. There is visible wear on every page, creases and yellowing from age. Some pages are loose. Please look at pictures carefully. Still a delightful collector's item and stunning colors. Payments: Paypal Only. Sold "As Is" with No Returns. Shipping: I will wrap, package and ship the magazine carefully to ensure it arrives at your destination address quickly and without damage. Condition: Eduardo Scarpetta (1853 -1925) was an Italian actor and playwright from Naples.

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