Book/Printed Material Last Crusade. Libretto. English

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Title
Last Crusade. Libretto. English
Contributor Names
Mitchell, Alexander -- (Musician) (composer)
Lowe, Miss. (vocalist)
Vyse, Burdett. (librettist)
Gilbert, Mr. (vocalist)
Gregg, John, Mr. (vocalist)
Durand, Mr. (vocalist)
Frodsham, B., Mr. (vocalist)
Lawson, Mr. (vocalist)
Richards, Mr. (vocalist)
Alderson, Mr. (vocalist)
Newton, A., Mrs. (vocalist)
Created / Published
Printed and published by W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, to be had in the theater, London, [1850?], monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Operas -- Librettos
-  Dietrich
-  Hugo Elbegast
-  Heinrich
-  Rudolph
-  Hermann
-  Armgard
-  Zulieka
Notes
-  the music by the celebrated blind composer, Alexander Mitchell ; the libretto by Burdett Vyse, Esq. ... ; represented for the first time at The New English Opera House, Dean Street, Soho, on Tuesday, November 5, 1850. (statement of responsibility)
-  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
-  Price on front cover: one shilling.
-  "The music of the above opera is published for the composer by J. Greig, 9, Southhampton row Bloomsbury"--title page.
-  "London: W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," Co. St. Martin's Lane"--p. 32.
-  Dramatis personae: COUNT DIETRICH. Mr. Gilbert -- COUNT HUGO ELBEGAST. Mr. John Gregg -- HEINRICH. Mr. Durand (Pupil of Mr. J. Barnett) -- RUDOLPH. Mr. B. Frodsham -- HERMANN. Mr. Lawson -- FIRST KNIGHT. Mr. Richards -- SECOND KNIGHT. Mr. Alderson -- ARMGARD. Mrs. A. Newton -- ZULIEKA. Miss Lowe--verso of title page.
-  Performance: London, New English Opera House, 1850. (venue)
Library of Congress Control Number
2010658557
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musschatz.11952 (electronic resource)
LC Classification
ML48 [S6534]
Online Format
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Description
the music by the celebrated blind composer, Alexander Mitchell ; the libretto by Burdett Vyse, Esq. ... ; represented for the first time at The New English Opera House, Dean Street, Soho, on Tuesday, November 5, 1850. (Statement Of Responsibility). U.S. RISM Libretto Project. Price on front cover: one shilling. "The music of the above opera is published for the composer by J. Greig, 9, Southhampton row Bloomsbury"--title page. "London: W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," Co. St. Martin's Lane"--p. 32. Dramatis personae: COUNT DIETRICH. Mr. Gilbert -- COUNT HUGO ELBEGAST. Mr. John Gregg -- HEINRICH. Mr. Durand (Pupil of Mr. J. Barnett) -- RUDOLPH. Mr. B. Frodsham -- HERMANN. Mr. Lawson -- FIRST KNIGHT. Mr. Richards -- SECOND KNIGHT. Mr. Alderson -- ARMGARD. Mrs. A. Newton -- ZULIEKA. Miss Lowe--verso of title page. Performance: London, New English Opera House, 1850. (Venue).
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Mitchell, Alexander, Miss Lowe, Burdett Vyse, Mr Gilbert, John Gregg, Mr Durand, B Frodsham, et al. Last Crusade. Libretto. English. [Printed and published by W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, to be had in the theater, London, ?, monographic, 1850] Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658557/. (Accessed February 22, 2018.)

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Mitchell, A., Lowe, M., Vyse, B., Gilbert, M., Gregg, J., Durand, M. [...] Newton, A. (1850) Last Crusade. Libretto. English. [Printed and published by W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, to be had in the theater, London, ?, monographic] [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658557/.

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Mitchell, Alexander, et al. Last Crusade. Libretto. English. [Printed and published by W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, to be had in the theater, London, ?, monographic, 1850] Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010658557/>.