Book/Printed Material Victorine : an opera in three acts

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Title
Victorine : an opera in three acts
Contributor Names
Mellon, Alfred -- 1820-1867 (composer)
Parepa, Miss. (vocalist)
Falconer, Edmund, 1814-1879. (librettist)
Pyne, Louisa, Miss. (director)
Harrison, W., Mr. (director)
Santley, Mr. (vocalist)
Haigh, Henry, Mr. (vocalist)
Corri, H., Mr. (vocalist)
Honey, G., Mr. (vocalist)
Wallworth, Mr. (vocalist)
Bartleman, Mr. (vocalist)
Lyall, Mr. (vocalist)
Terrott, Mr. (vocalist)
De Solla, Mr. (vocalist)
Thirlwall, Miss. (vocalist)
Ranoe, Miss. (vocalist)
St. Clair, Miss. (vocalist)
Created / Published
Published and sold in the theatre, London, [1859?], monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Operas--Librettos
-  Julien
-  Michel
-  Hector
-  Griffon
-  Capt. Claude
-  Lieut. Fonblanque
-  La Roche
-  Soyecourt
-  De Bonn
-  Louise
-  Justine
-  Fanchet
-  Victorine
Notes
-  composed by Alfred Mellon ; the libretto by Edmund Falconer ; first produced at the Royal English Oper[a], Covent Garden ; under the ma[n]agement of Miss Louisa Pyne and Mr. W. Harrison, monday, December 19th, 1859. (statement of responsibility)
-  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
-  Composer's name written by hand--p.[1];copyright--title page;legal notice dated 19 December, 1859--p.3
-  "[ ]W.S. Joh[n]son, 60, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, W.C."--verso of title page.
-  Dramatis Personae: JULIEN. Mr. Santley -- MICHEL. Mr. Henry Haigh -- HECTOR. Mr. H. Corri -- GRIFFON. Mr. G. Honey -- CAPT. CLAUDE. Mr. Wallworth -- LIEUT. FONBLANQUE. Mr. Bartleman -- LA ROCHE. Mr. Lyall -- SOYECOURT. Mr. Terrott -- DE BONN. Mr. De Solla -- LOUISE. Miss Thirlwall -- JUSTINE. Miss Ranoe -- FANCHET. Miss St. Clair -- VICTORINE. Miss Parepa--p.4.
-  Performance: London, Royal English Opera, Covent Garden, 1859. (venue)
Medium
[2], 32, [2] p. ; 21 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
ML48 [S6299]
Microfilm Music 1854, reel 130. Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, [197-]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Library of Congress Control Number
2010658080
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musschatz.11476 (electronic resource)
LC Classification
ML48 [S6299]
Language
English
Online Format
image
Description
U.S. RISM Libretto Project. Composer's name written by hand--p.[1];copyright--title page;legal notice dated 19 December, 1859--p.3 "[ ]W.S. Joh[n]son, 60, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, W.C."--verso of title page. Dramatis Personae: JULIEN. Mr. Santley -- MICHEL. Mr. Henry Haigh -- HECTOR. Mr. H. Corri -- GRIFFON. Mr. G. Honey -- CAPT. CLAUDE. Mr. Wallworth -- LIEUT. FONBLANQUE. Mr. Bartleman -- LA ROCHE. Mr. Lyall -- SOYECOURT. Mr. Terrott -- DE BONN. Mr. De Solla -- LOUISE. Miss Thirlwall -- JUSTINE. Miss Ranoe -- FANCHET. Miss St. Clair -- VICTORINE. Miss Parepa--p.4. Performance: London, Royal English Opera, Covent Garden, 1859.
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Mellon, Alfred, Miss Parepa, Edmund Falconer, Louisa Pyne, W Harrison, Mr Santley, Henry Haigh, et al. Victorine: An Opera in Three Acts. [Published and sold in the theatre, London, ?, monographic, 1859] Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658080/.

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Mellon, A., Parepa, M., Falconer, E., Pyne, L., Harrison, W., Santley, M. [...] St. Clair, M. (1859) Victorine: An Opera in Three Acts. [Published and sold in the theatre, London, ?, monographic] [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658080/.

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Mellon, Alfred, et al. Victorine: An Opera in Three Acts. [Published and sold in the theatre, London, ?, monographic, 1859] Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010658080/>.

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