Twin Fountains

Boiardo, Orlando Innamorato,  1.3.31-50 (Ranaldo drinks at Merlin’s fountain, but Angelica drinks at the Fountain of Love).

Lo Dico, Storia dei Paladini in Francia, vol. VII, 74-77, 104-6.

 

Sicilian puppet theater:

from La morte di Truffaldino
Teatroarte Cuticchio

Scandiano (RE), July 1, 2001.

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From Storia dei Paladini di Francia
Compagnia Gaspare Canino di Salvatore Oliveri

Rinaldo’s soliloquy at the Fonte di Merlino is heard while the camera pans the crowd.

San Vito lo Capo (provincia di Palermo)

 

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Rinaldo and Angelica drinking at the magic fountain, scene introduced by Alfredo Mauceri

(11:00 – 16:10):

https://www.facebook.com/museoantonio.pasqualino/videos/939583319782066

Angelica: di pozioni e filtri d’amore
Compagnia dei pupari Vaccaro–Mauceri. Siracusa, December 2020, Festival di Morgana

 

Epic Maggio:

Orlando Innamorato. Maggio by Luca Sillari.
Compagnia Maggistica Monte Cusna di Asta, May 30, 2004, Milan.
Stanzas 36-48.

 Milan, May 30, 2004.

 

Theatrical adaptations:

Angelica e Rinaldo alle due fonti, from Orlando Innamorato in commedia

Episodes from Boiardo’s Orlando Innamorato, rendered into a two-act theatrical version by Jo Ann Cavallo and adapted by Paolo Tartamella, performed by American university students and Italian actors at the Rocca dei Boiardo, Scandiano (RE), under the direction of Vittorio Capotorto in the context of Columbia University’s Summer Program in Scandiano (2000).

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Monica Morini legge l’Orlando Innamorato – Libro I, canto III, ottave 32-50:

“In Ascolto dell’Innamorato,” FestivaLOVE, Scandiano, May 2020.