La marescialla d'Ancre : tragedia lirica in 2 atti da rappresentarsi nell'I. e R. Teatro degl'Intrepidi la primavera 1840 ... / [la poesia è del sig. G. Prati ; la musica del maestro sig. A. Nini] (1840)
Luigi Maria Viviani (? – 1856) was an Italian composer, conductor and violinist of Florentine origin. He was primarily noted for his ballet scores, most of them composed for the choreographers Giovanni Galzerani and Antonio Cortesi. His 1851 score for Fausto was particularly praised for its obbligato written for the bimbonclaro (a variation on the bass clarinet invented by the Florentine clarinetist and instrument-maker, Giovanni Bimboni).Viviani also composed two operas: L'eroe francese, which premiered in 1826 at the Teatro Grande in Brescia, and L'amore in guerra, which premiered in 1829 at the Teatro Alfieri in Florence.