- Rosa, a peasant believed to be a widow (soprano)
- Agata, a peasant (soprano)
- Giannetta, a peasant (soprano)
- Don Bucefalo, a timid and ignorant choirmaster (bass)
- Don Marco, a well-to-do student of Don Bucefalo and in love with Rosa (bass)
- Carlino, a young soldier who has disappeared in Spain and husband of Rosa (tenor)
- Giansimone, a waiter in the local inn (tenor)
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