Genova, Antonio Casamara, si vendono da Gio. Stefano Rolandetti
(Antonio Sartorio's Orfeo was "revived as Orfeo o sia Amore spesso inganna (with many alterations) at Bologna ... 1695; Turin [20 April] 1697")
Annals of opera, 1597-1940, 3. ed., London : Calder,
1978, xxv, 1756 p..
: p. 829 (Schatz attributes the music to Antonio Sartorio and the text to Aurelio Aureli, neither of whom is mentioned. As a matter of comparison, so little of Aureli's "Orfeo" text (Venice, 1672; music by Sartorio) appears in this Orfeo a torto geloso Bologna edition that they are practically two different librettos. For instance, in the original, I, 6 begins, "Aristeo, che t'affligge," and the aria is, "Al foco d'amore," whereas in this Bologna libretto these words open the eleventh scene of the first act, and the aria is, "Amor spietato arciere."
First performed at Bologna, Teatro Formagliari, carnival, 1695)
Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore, Catalogue of Opera Librettos Printed before 1800, Washington, Library of Congress Music Division,
1914, 2 v..