Book/Printed Material A new and original opera in three acts preceded by a prologue, entitled The enchantress : as first performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Wednesday, May 14th, 1845

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A new and original opera in three acts preceded by a prologue, entitled The enchantress : as first performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Wednesday, May 14th, 1845
Contributor Names
Balfe, M. W. (Michael William) -- 1808-1870 (composer)
Norman, Miss. (vocalist)
Saint-Georges, Henri, 1801?-1875. (librettist)
Bunn, Alfred, 1796?-1860. (librettist)
Borrani, Mr. (vocalist)
Jones, S., Mr. (vocalist)
Horncastle, H., Mr. (vocalist)
Barker, Mr. (vocalist)
Simpson, Mr. (vocalist)
Simmond, Mr. (vocalist)
Morgan, J., Mr. (vocalist)
Hodges, Mr. (vocalist)
Miller, Mr. (vocalist)
Payne, Miss. (vocalist)
Weiss, Mr. (vocalist)
Payne, W.H., Mr. (vocalist)
Williamson, Mr. (vocalist)
Harrison, W., Mr. (vocalist)
Harley, Mr. (vocalist)
Howell, Mr. (vocalist)
Matthews, T., Mr. (vocalist)
Morgan, Mr. (vocalist)
Priorson, Mr. (vocalist)
Heath, Mr. (vocalist)
Johnson, Mr. (vocalist)
Birt, Mr. (vocalist)
Chapino, Mr. (vocalist)
Thillon, Anna, Made. (vocalist)
Collett, Miss. (vocalist)
Created / Published
Printed and published by W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," 60, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, London, [1845?], monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Operas--Librettos
-  Ramir
-  Forte Bracchio
-  Nuguèz
-  Pacheco
-  Pietro
-  Sacripanti
-  Zambrillo
-  Lazarillo
-  Théobaldo
-  Juan Tellés
-  Aquila
-  Galéas
-  Seneschal
-  Sylvio
-  Mathanasius
-  José
-  Stella
Notes
-  the music composed expressly for this theatre by M.W. Balfe ; the libretto written by M. de St. Georges and Mr. Bunn. (statement of responsibility)
-  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
-  "The music of this opera is published by Messrs. Chappell, 50, New Bond Street"--front cover; imprint repeated--p. 44.
-  Dramatis Personae/Characters in the Prologue: RAMIR. Mr. Borrani -- FORTE BRACCHIO. Mr. S. Jones -- NUGUÈZ. Mr. H. Horncastle -- PACHECO. Mr. Barker -- PIETRO. Mr. Simpson -- SACRIPANTI. Mr. Simmond -- ZAMBRILLO. Mr. J. Morgan -- LAZARILLO. Mr. Hodges -- THÉOBALDO. Mr. Miller -- CHILD OF JUAN TELLÉS. Miss Payne--p. 3.
-  Dramatis Personae/Characters in the Opera: DUKE D'AQUILA. Mr. Weiss -- GALÉAS. Mr. W.H. Payne -- SENESCHAL. Mr. Williamson -- CHIEF OF THE SENATE. Mr. S. Jones -- DON SYLVIO. Mr. W. Harrison -- DOCTOR MATHANASIUS. Mr. Harley -- RAMIR. Mr. Borrani -- CHIEF OF THE ASSASSINS. Mr. Howell -- JOSÉ. Mr. T. Matthews -- FIRST OFFICER. Mr. Morgan -- SECOND OFFICER. Mr. Simmond -- FIRST PIRATE. Mr. Priorson -- SECOND PIRATE. Mr. Heath -- THIRD PIRATE. Mr. Johnson -- FIRST PEASANT. Mr. Birt -- SECOND PEASANT. Mr. Chapino -- STELLA. Made. Anna Thillon -- A BLACK DOMINO. Miss Collett -- A BLUE DOMINO. Miss Norman--p. 3.
-  Performance: London, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1845. (venue)
Medium
[2], 44 p. ; 22 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
ML48 [S573]
Microfilm Music 1854, reel 13. Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, [197-]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
Library of Congress Control Number
2010658821
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musschatz.12216 (electronic resource)
LC Classification
ML48 [S573]
Language
English
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Description
U.S. RISM Libretto Project. "The music of this opera is published by Messrs. Chappell, 50, New Bond Street"--front cover; imprint repeated--p. 44. Dramatis Personae/Characters in the Prologue: RAMIR. Mr. Borrani -- FORTE BRACCHIO. Mr. S. Jones -- NUGUÈZ. Mr. H. Horncastle -- PACHECO. Mr. Barker -- PIETRO. Mr. Simpson -- SACRIPANTI. Mr. Simmond -- ZAMBRILLO. Mr. J. Morgan -- LAZARILLO. Mr. Hodges -- THÉOBALDO. Mr. Miller -- CHILD OF JUAN TELLÉS. Miss Payne--p. 3. Dramatis Personae/Characters in the Opera: DUKE D'AQUILA. Mr. Weiss -- GALÉAS. Mr. W.H. Payne -- SENESCHAL. Mr. Williamson -- CHIEF OF THE SENATE. Mr. S. Jones -- DON SYLVIO. Mr. W. Harrison -- DOCTOR MATHANASIUS. Mr. Harley -- RAMIR. Mr. Borrani -- CHIEF OF THE ASSASSINS. Mr. Howell -- JOSÉ. Mr. T. Matthews -- FIRST OFFICER. Mr. Morgan -- SECOND OFFICER. Mr. Simmond -- FIRST PIRATE. Mr. Priorson -- SECOND PIRATE. Mr. Heath -- THIRD PIRATE. Mr. Johnson -- FIRST PEASANT. Mr. Birt -- SECOND PEASANT. Mr. Chapino -- STELLA. Made. Anna Thillon -- A BLACK DOMINO. Miss Collett -- A BLUE DOMINO. Miss Norman--p. 3. Performance: London, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1845.
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Balfe, M. W, Miss Norman, Henri Saint-Georges, Alfred Bunn, Mr Borrani, S Jones, H Horncastle, et al. A new and original opera in three acts preceded by a prologue, entitled The enchantress: as first performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Wednesday, May 14th. [Printed and published by W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," 60, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, London, ?, monographic, 1845] Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658821/.

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Balfe, M. W., Norman, M., Saint-Georges, H., Bunn, A., Borrani, M., Jones, S. [...] Collett, M. (1845) A new and original opera in three acts preceded by a prologue, entitled The enchantress: as first performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Wednesday, May 14th. [Printed and published by W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," 60, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, London, ?, monographic] [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658821/.

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Balfe, M. W, et al. A new and original opera in three acts preceded by a prologue, entitled The enchantress: as first performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane Wednesday, May 14th. [Printed and published by W.S. Johnson, "Nassau Steam Press," 60, St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross, London, ?, monographic, 1845] Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010658821/>.

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