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1 (Verdi: Falstaff). Ten. Young man in love with Nannetta, daughter of the Fords (although in the original Shakespeare, he was in love with the Page daughter. See (2)). Aria: Dal labbro il canto estasia (‘From lover's lips a tender song’); duet (with Nannetta): Labbra di foco! (‘Lips that are burning!’). Created (1893) by Edoardo Garbin.

2 (Nicolai: Die lustige Weiber von Windsor). Ten. In love with Anna Reich (Page). See (1). Created (1849) by Julius Pfister.

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