Book/Printed Material Enchantress. Libretto. English

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Title
Enchantress. Libretto. English
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)
Library of Congress Control Number
2010658821
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musschatz.12216 (electronic resource)
LC Classification
ML48 [S573]
Online Format
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Description
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).
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Balfe, M. W, Miss Norman, Henri Saint-Georges, Alfred Bunn, Mr Borrani, S Jones, H Horncastle, et al. Enchantress. Libretto. English. [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, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010658821/. (Accessed February 22, 2018.)

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Balfe, M. W., Norman, M., Saint-Georges, H., Bunn, A., Borrani, M., Jones, S. [...] Collett, M. (1845) Enchantress. Libretto. English. [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. Enchantress. Libretto. English. [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/>.