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Book/Printed Material Guglielmo Tell : a grand opera, in four acts

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Title

  • Guglielmo Tell : a grand opera, in four acts

Names

  • Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868, composer
  • Soldi, Sig.r. vocalist
  • Jouy, Etienne de, 1764-1846, supposed librettist. librettist
  • Bis, Hippolyte, 1789-1855, supposed librettist. librettist
  • Maggioni, Manfredo translator
  • Sainton, Mr. conductor instrumentalist
  • Hurlbut, Ella Childs, Mr. conductor instrumentalist
  • Hill, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Lindley, Dr. instrumentalist
  • Anfossi, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Perry, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Trust, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Ribas, Mr. instrumentalist
  • De Folly, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Barret, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Nicholson, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Lazarus, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Boosé, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Baumann, John, 1765-1809, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Larkin, George, b. ca. 1642, instrumentalist
  • Platt, Thomas, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Harper, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Jarrett, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Rae, Peter, 1671-1749, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Harper, T. Mr. instrumentalist
  • Handley, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Cioffi, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Smithies, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Healey, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Prospère, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Chipp, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Seymour, St. John D. (St. John Drelincourt), Mr. instrumentalist
  • Horton, Mr. instrumentalist
  • Tamburini, Sig.r. vocalist
  • Bellini, Mad.e. vocalist
  • Corbari, Mad.lle. vocalist
  • Polonini, Sig.r. vocalist
  • Roger, M. vocalist
  • Marini, Sig.r. vocalist
  • Mei, Sig.r. vocalist
  • Lavia, Sig.r. vocalist
  • Tagliafico, Sig.r. vocalist
  • Castellan, Mad.e. vocalist

Created / Published

  • [London?] : Printed by T. Brettell, Rupert Street, Haymarket ..., [1848]

Headings

  • -  Operas--Librettos
  • -  Guglielmo Tell
  • -  Eduige
  • -  Jemmy
  • -  Melchtal
  • -  Arnoldo
  • -  Valter
  • -  Leutoldo
  • -  Gessler
  • -  Matilde
  • -  Rodolfo

Notes

  • -  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
  • -  Libretto in Italian and English on facing pages; publication date from front cover; printed price "One shilling"--cover and title page.
  • -  "Argument"--p. III-V.
  • -  Libretto by Etienne de Jouy and Hippolyte Bis--New Grove.
  • -  "First violins, Sainton (principal) ..."--p. 2.
  • -  "Second violins, Ella (principal) ..."--p. 2.
  • -  "Tenors, Hill (principal) ..."--p. 2.
  • -  "Violoncellos, Lindley (principal) ..."--p. 2.
  • -  "Double basses, Anfossi (principal) ..."--p. 2.
  • -  "Harps: E. Perry, J. Trust"--p. 2.
  • -  "Flutes: Ribas, De Folly"--p. 2.
  • -  "Oboes: Barret, Nicholson"--p. 2.
  • -  "Clarionets: Lazarus, Boosé"--p. 2.
  • -  "Bassoons: Baumann, Larkin"--p. 2.
  • -  "Horns: Platt, Harper, Jarrett, Rae"--p. 2.
  • -  "Trumpets: T. Harper, Handley"--p. 2.
  • -  "Trombones: Cioffi, Smithies, Healey"--p. 2.
  • -  "Ophicleide, Prospère"--p. 2.
  • -  "Drums, Chipp"--p. 2.
  • -  "Triangle, Seymour"--p. 2.
  • -  "Bass drum, Horton"--p. 2.
  • -  "Poet of the theatre, Manfredo Maggioni, professor of Italian literature at the Royal Academy of Music"--p. 3.
  • -  Dramatis Personæ: GUGLIELMO TELL. Sig.r Tamburini -- EDUIGE. Mad.e Bellini -- JEMMY. Mad.lle Corbari -- MELCHTAL. Sig.r Polonini -- ARNOLDO. M. Roger -- VALTER. Sig.r Marini -- LEUTOLDO. Sig.r Mei -- UN PESCATORE. Sig.r Lavia -- GESSLER. Sig.r Tagliafico -- MATILDE. Mad.e Castellan -- RODOLFO. Sig.r Soldi--p. 3.
  • -  Performance: London, Covent Garden, 1848?

Medium

  • V, 2-81, [3] p. ; 17 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • ML48 [S8981]
  • Microfilm Music 1854, reel 184. Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, [197-]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2010658654

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Soldi, Sig.R. Vocalist, Etienne De Jouy, Hippolyte Bis, Manfredo Translator Maggioni, Mr. Conductor Instrumentalist Sainton, Ella Childs Hurlbut, Mr. Instrumentalist Hill, et al. Guglielmo Tell: a grand opera, in four acts. composeds by Rossini, Gioacchino, Oser [London?: Printed by T. Brettell, Rupert Street, Haymarket, 1848] Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658654/.

APA citation style:

Soldi, S. R. V., Jouy, E. D., Bis, H., Maggioni, M. T., Sainton, M. C. I., Hurlbut, E. C. [...] Castellan, M. E. V. (1848) Guglielmo Tell: a grand opera, in four acts. Rossini, G., comp [London?: Printed by T. Brettell, Rupert Street, Haymarket] [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658654/.

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Soldi, Sig.R. Vocalist, et al. Guglielmo Tell: a grand opera, in four acts. comp by Rossini, Gioacchino, Oser [London?: Printed by T. Brettell, Rupert Street, Haymarket, 1848] Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010658654/>.