Book/Printed Material Raymond and Agnes : a new grand opera, in three acts

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Title
Raymond and Agnes : a new grand opera, in three acts
Contributor Names
Loder, Edward J. (Edward James) -- 1813-1865 (composer)
Louise, Madame. (vocalist)
Fitzball, Edward, 1792-1873. (librettist)
Perren, George. (vocalist)
Braham, Hamilton. (vocalist)
Lyall, Charles. (vocalist)
Leffler, J.H., Mr. (vocalist)
Haines, J.T., Mr. (vocalist)
Rowland, G.C., Mr. (vocalist)
Leffler, Mr. (vocalist)
Connell, E., Mr. (vocalist)
Rudersdorff, Madame. (vocalist)
Pyne, Susan. (vocalist)
Created / Published
Published by Charles Jefferys, 21, Soho Square, London, 1859, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Operas--Librettos
-  Raymond
-  Lindenberg
-  Theodore
-  Francesco
-  Antoni
-  Roberto
-  Martini
-  Agnes
-  Madelina
-  Ravella
Notes
-  the words by E. Fitzball ... ; the music by Edward J. Loder ... ; entered at Stationer's Hall. (statement of responsibility)
-  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
-  Price on title page: One Shilling; includes partial list of author's amd composer's works--title page; advertisements--p. 36 and back cover; "London: Printed by W. Ostell, Hart Street, Bloomsbury"--p. 36.
-  Persons Represented: RAYMOND. Mr. George Perren -- THE BARON OF LINDENBERG. Mr. Hamilton Braham -- THEODORE. Mr. Charles Lyall -- FRANCESCO. Mr. J.H. Leffler -- ANTONI. Mr. J.T. Haines -- ROBERTO. Mr. G.C. Rowland -- MARTINI. Mr. Leffler -- THE LANDLORD OF THE GOLDEN WOLF. Mr. E. Connell -- AGNES. Madame Rudersdorff -- MADELINA. Miss Susan Pyne -- RAVELLA. Madame Louise--p. [3].
-  No singer named for the role of THE VERGER OF THE NUN'S CHAPEL.
Medium
[4], 36 p. ; 22 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
ML48 [S5669]
Microfilm Music 1854, reel 117. Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, [197-]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Library of Congress Control Number
2010658083
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musschatz.11479 (electronic resource)
LC Classification
ML48 [S5669]
Language
English
Online Format
image
Description
U.S. RISM Libretto Project. Price on title page: One Shilling; includes partial list of author's amd composer's works--title page; advertisements--p. 36 and back cover; "London: Printed by W. Ostell, Hart Street, Bloomsbury"--p. 36. Persons Represented: RAYMOND. Mr. George Perren -- THE BARON OF LINDENBERG. Mr. Hamilton Braham -- THEODORE. Mr. Charles Lyall -- FRANCESCO. Mr. J.H. Leffler -- ANTONI. Mr. J.T. Haines -- ROBERTO. Mr. G.C. Rowland -- MARTINI. Mr. Leffler -- THE LANDLORD OF THE GOLDEN WOLF. Mr. E. Connell -- AGNES. Madame Rudersdorff -- MADELINA. Miss Susan Pyne -- RAVELLA. Madame Louise--p. [3]. No singer named for the role of THE VERGER OF THE NUN'S CHAPEL.
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Chicago citation style:

Loder, Edward J, Madame Louise, Edward Fitzball, George Perren, Hamilton Braham, Charles Lyall, J.H Leffler, et al. Raymond and Agnes: a new grand opera, in three acts. Published by Charles Jefferys, 21, Soho Square, London, monographic, 1859. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658083/.

APA citation style:

Loder, E. J., Louise, M., Fitzball, E., Perren, G., Braham, H., Lyall, C. [...] Pyne, S. (1859) Raymond and Agnes: a new grand opera, in three acts. Published by Charles Jefferys, 21, Soho Square, London, monographic. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658083/.

MLA citation style:

Loder, Edward J, et al. Raymond and Agnes: a new grand opera, in three acts. Published by Charles Jefferys, 21, Soho Square, London, monographic, 1859. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010658083/>.