Book/Printed Material Farinelli. Libretto. English

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Title
Farinelli. Libretto. English
Contributor Names
Barnett, John -- 1802-1890 (composer)
Poole, Miss. (vocalist)
Barnett, C.Z. (Charles Zachary). (librettist)
Balfe, M. W. (Michael William), 1808-1870. (vocalist)
Jones, T.H., Mr. (engraver)
Stretton, Mr. (vocalist)
Giubilei, Mr. (vocalist)
Franks, Mr. (vocalist)
Forde, Miss. (vocalist)
Hatton, Mr. (vocalist)
Romer, Miss. (vocalist)
Created / Published
Printed and published by J. Duncombe & Co. 10, Middle Row, Holborn, London, [1839?], monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Operas -- Librettos
-  Philip V
-  Gil Polo
-  Farinelli
-  Carlo Broschi
-  Alphonso
-  Theodore
-  Elizabeth Farnese
-  Leonora
-  Geraldine
-  Polo
Notes
-  by C.Z. Barnett ... ; the whole of the music composed by John Barnett ; the only edition correctly marked, by permission, from the prompter's book : to which is added, a description of the costume -- cast of the characters -- the whole of the stage business, situations -- entrances -- exits -- properties and directions ; as performed at the London theatres ; embellished with a fine engraving by Mr. T.H. Jones, from a drawing, taken expressly in the theatre. (statement of responsibility)
-  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
-  p. 28-29 presumably filmed twice; price on front cover: 6d., 15 cents; series titles from front cover; imprint repeated--p. [2] and 46; at head of title: Duncombe's Edition; selective list of author's works--title page; "costume"--p. 4.
-  Illustration opposite title page on p. [2] from Act 1, Scene 2: Farinelli: But danger lurks in yonder cloud so dark. A mariner beneath its shade I see.
-  Dedication on p. 3: To M.W. Balfe, Esq. as a slight testimonial of esteem, and for the interest he took in the progress of a brother artist's work, and for the zealous and efficient manner in which he sustained the character of Farinelli, this opera is dedicated, by his obliged and grateful servant, the author, 11, Devonshire Street, Queen Square.
-  "First performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Feb. 8, 1839, Time of Representation -- 2 hours 40 minutes"--p. 4.
-  Dramatis Personae: PHILIP V. Mr. Stretton -- DON GIL POLO. Mr. Giubilei -- FARINELLI/CARLO BROSCHI. Mr. M.W. Balfe -- ALPHONSO. Mr. Franks -- THEODORE. Miss Forde -- SENTINEL. Mr. Hatton -- ELIZABETH FARNESE. Miss Romer -- LEONORA/GERALDINE POLO. Miss Poole--p. 4.
-  Performance: London, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1839. (venue)
Library of Congress Control Number
2010659170
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musschatz.12564 (electronic resource)
LC Classification
ML48 [S611]
Online Format
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Description
by C.Z. Barnett ... ; the whole of the music composed by John Barnett ; the only edition correctly marked, by permission, from the prompter's book : to which is added, a description of the costume -- cast of the characters -- the whole of the stage business, situations -- entrances -- exits -- properties and directions ; as performed at the London theatres ; embellished with a fine engraving by Mr. T.H. Jones, from a drawing, taken expressly in the theatre. (Statement Of Responsibility). U.S. RISM Libretto Project. p. 28-29 presumably filmed twice; price on front cover: 6d., 15 cents; series titles from front cover; imprint repeated--p. [2] and 46; at head of title: Duncombe's Edition; selective list of author's works--title page; "costume"--p. 4. Illustration opposite title page on p. [2] from Act 1, Scene 2: Farinelli: But danger lurks in yonder cloud so dark. A mariner beneath its shade I see. Dedication on p. 3: To M.W. Balfe, Esq. as a slight testimonial of esteem, and for the interest he took in the progress of a brother artist's work, and for the zealous and efficient manner in which he sustained the character of Farinelli, this opera is dedicated, by his obliged and grateful servant, the author, 11, Devonshire Street, Queen Square. "First performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Feb. 8, 1839, Time of Representation -- 2 hours 40 minutes"--p. 4. Dramatis Personae: PHILIP V. Mr. Stretton -- DON GIL POLO. Mr. Giubilei -- FARINELLI/CARLO BROSCHI. Mr. M.W. Balfe -- ALPHONSO. Mr. Franks -- THEODORE. Miss Forde -- SENTINEL. Mr. Hatton -- ELIZABETH FARNESE. Miss Romer -- LEONORA/GERALDINE POLO. Miss Poole--p. 4. Performance: London, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1839. (Venue).
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Barnett, John, Miss Poole, C.Z Barnett, M. W Balfe, T.H Jones, Mr Stretton, Mr Giubilei, et al. Farinelli. Libretto. English. [Printed and published by J. Duncombe & Co. 10, Middle Row, Holborn, London, ?, monographic, 1839] Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/2010659170/.

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Barnett, J., Poole, M., Barnett, C. Z., Balfe, M. W., Jones, T. H., Stretton, M. [...] Romer, M. (1839) Farinelli. Libretto. English. [Printed and published by J. Duncombe & Co. 10, Middle Row, Holborn, London, ?, monographic] [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010659170/.

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Barnett, John, et al. Farinelli. Libretto. English. [Printed and published by J. Duncombe & Co. 10, Middle Row, Holborn, London, ?, monographic, 1839] Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010659170/>.