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It is thus likely that such a prominent and powerful noble family could have viewed Cavalli's Eliogabalo, with its allusion to sexuality, prostitution and politics, as morally and politically daring, indeed subversive. The Grimanis presumably decided to censor it and ordered the librettist to make substantial changes (as mentioned in the "letter to the reader"). Cavalli may have considered these changes too burdensome. An aging man and prominent figure in Venetian musical life, the composer might not have wanted to bow to such last-minute demands, after having already completed the entire score to the original libretto. In showing conflictual aspirations — artistic vs. political ones — the case of the two Eliogabalos provides a unique window into the uneasy relationships among musicians, librettists, and opera patrons in seventeenth-century Venice.
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