Book/Printed Material Lord of the isles. Libretto. English Gathering of the clans

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Title
Lord of the isles. Libretto. English
Other Title
Gathering of the clans
Alternate Title
Gathering of the clans
Contributor Names
Rodwell, G. Herbert (George Herbert) -- 1800-1852 (composer)
Hughes, R., Mrs. (vocalist)
Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832. (librettist)
Fitzball, Edward, 1792-1873. (librettist)
Archer, Mr. (vocalist)
Wilson, Mr. (vocalist)
Morley, Mr. (vocalist)
Maitland, Mr. (vocalist)
Mortimer, Mr. (vocalist)
Edwin, Mr. (vocalist)
Bannister, Mr. (vocalist)
Hill, C., Mr. (vocalist)
Smith, W., Mr. (vocalist)
Young, Mr. (vocalist)
Asbury, Mr. (vocalist)
Land, Miss. (vocalist)
Mayoss, Miss. (vocalist)
Somerville, Miss. (vocalist)
Created / Published
John Miller, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, (agent to the Dramatic Author's Society), London, 1834, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Operas -- Librettos
-  Robert Bruce
-  Ronald
-  Lord of Lorn
-  Lord Edward
-  Abbot of St. Bride's
-  Dougal
-  Monk of St. Bride's
-  Cormac Doil
-  Mac Dumpie
-  Harper of the Isles
-  Donald
-  Lady Isabel
-  Edith of Lorn
-  Cathleen
-  Lady Abbess
Notes
-  founded on Sir Walter Scott's poem ; by Edward Fitz-ball ; the music by G.H. Rodwell ; first produced at the Surrey Theatre, Nov. 2, 1834. (statement of responsibility)
-  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
-  "Savill, Printer, (late Harjette & Savill,) 107, St. Martin's Lane"--p. [2] and 56.
-  "The Music of the Piece is published by Messrs. Goulding & D'Almaine, Soho Square"--p. [4]
-  Dramatis Personae: KING ROBERT BRUCE. Mr. Archer -- RONALD. Mr. Wilson -- LORD OF LORN. Mr. Morley -- LORD EDWARD. Mr. Maitland -- ABBOT OF ST. BRIDE'S. Mr. Mortimer -- DOUGAL. Mr. Edwin -- MONK OF ST. BRIDE'S. Mr. Bannister -- CORMAC DOIL. Mr. C. Hill -- MAC DUMPIE. Mr. W. Smith -- HARPER OF THE ISLES. Mr. Young -- DONALD. Mr. Asbury -- LADY ISABEL. Miss Land -- EDITH OF LORN. Miss Mayoss -- CATHLEEN. Miss Somerville -- LADY ABBESS. Mrs. R. Hughes--p. [3].
-  Performance: London, Surrey Theatre, 1834. (venue)
Library of Congress Control Number
2010659407
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musschatz.12801 (electronic resource)
LC Classification
ML48 [S8852]
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Description
founded on Sir Walter Scott's poem ; by Edward Fitz-ball ; the music by G.H. Rodwell ; first produced at the Surrey Theatre, Nov. 2, 1834. (Statement Of Responsibility). U.S. RISM Libretto Project. "Savill, Printer, (late Harjette & Savill,) 107, St. Martin's Lane"--p. [2] and 56. "The Music of the Piece is published by Messrs. Goulding & D'Almaine, Soho Square"--p. [4] Dramatis Personae: KING ROBERT BRUCE. Mr. Archer -- RONALD. Mr. Wilson -- LORD OF LORN. Mr. Morley -- LORD EDWARD. Mr. Maitland -- ABBOT OF ST. BRIDE'S. Mr. Mortimer -- DOUGAL. Mr. Edwin -- MONK OF ST. BRIDE'S. Mr. Bannister -- CORMAC DOIL. Mr. C. Hill -- MAC DUMPIE. Mr. W. Smith -- HARPER OF THE ISLES. Mr. Young -- DONALD. Mr. Asbury -- LADY ISABEL. Miss Land -- EDITH OF LORN. Miss Mayoss -- CATHLEEN. Miss Somerville -- LADY ABBESS. Mrs. R. Hughes--p. [3]. Performance: London, Surrey Theatre, 1834. (Venue).
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Rodwell, G. Herbert, R Hughes, Walter Scott, Edward Fitzball, Mr Archer, Mr Wilson, Mr Morley, et al. Lord of the isles. Libretto. English. John Miller, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, agent to the Dramatic Author's Society, London, monographic, 1834. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010659407/. (Accessed February 22, 2018.)

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Rodwell, G. H., Hughes, R., Scott, W., Fitzball, E., Archer, M., Wilson, M. [...] Somerville, M. (1834) Lord of the isles. Libretto. English. John Miller, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, agent to the Dramatic Author's Society, London, monographic. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010659407/.

MLA citation style:

Rodwell, G. Herbert, et al. Lord of the isles. Libretto. English. John Miller, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, agent to the Dramatic Author's Society, London, monographic, 1834. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2010659407/>.