Betly is a dramma giocoso in two acts (originally one) by Gaetano Donizetti. The composer wrote the Italian libretto after Eugène Scribe and Anne-Honoré-Joseph Duveyrier de Mélesville's libretto for Adolphe Adam's opéra comique Le châlet, in its turn based on Goethe's Singspiel Jery und Bätely (1780). It premiered at the Teatro Nuovo, Naples on August 21, 1836, and in the revised, two act version probably on September 29, 1837 at the Teatro del Fondo, Naples.
Domenico Trimarchi conducting with Bruno Rigacci, Maurizio Comencini, Susanna Rigacci, et al. (1994, Bongiovanni)