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Book/Printed Material Ivanhoé. Libretto. English Knights Templars

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  • Ivanhoé. Libretto. English

Other Title

  • Knights Templars

Alternate Title

  • Knights Templars


  • Rossini, Gioacchino, -- 1792-1868 (composer)
  • Lacy, M. Rophino (Michael Rophino), 1795-1867, (translator)
  • Deschamps, Emile, 1791-1871, (librettist)
  • Wailly, Léon de, 1804-1863, (librettist)
  • Bonner, Mr. (engineerraver)
  • Cruikshank, Robert, 1789-1856, Mr. (illustrator)
  • Phillips, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Wood, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Keeley, Robert, 1793-1869, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Farley, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Galbreath, J. H. (John Henry) (vocalist)
  • Diddear, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Smith, O., Mr. (vocalist)
  • Ransford, Edwin, 1805-1876, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Bartley, George, 1782-1858, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Evans, apothecary (vocalist)
  • Warde, C. E., Mr. (vocalist)
  • Stansbury, George Frederick, 1800-1845, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Taylor, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Duruset, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Holl, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Irwin, Andrew, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Purday, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Turnour, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Sharma, B. N., Mr. (vocalist)
  • Egerton, Mr. (vocalist)
  • Paton, Mary Ann, 1802-1864, Miss. (vocalist)

Created / Published

  • John Cumberland, 2, Cumberland Terrace, Camden New Town, London, 1830, monographic.


  • -  Operas -- Librettos
  • -  Cedric of Rotherwood
  • -  Ivanhoe
  • -  Wamba
  • -  Gurth
  • -  Oswald
  • -  Robin Hood
  • -  Little John
  • -  Friar Tuck
  • -  Sir Lucas de Beaumanoir
  • -  Sir Brian de Boisguilbert
  • -  Sir Maurice de Bracey
  • -  Albert de Malvoisin
  • -  Damian
  • -  Herald
  • -  Eustace
  • -  Warder
  • -  Scribe
  • -  Isaac of York
  • -  Rebecca


  • -  dramatised from Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe by M. Rophino Lacy, Esq. ... ; the music composed by Rossini ; printed from the acting copy, with remarks biographical and critical, by D.G. ; to which are added, a description of the costume, -cast of the characters, entrances and exits, -relative positions of the performers on the stage, and the whole of the stage business ; as now performed at the Theatres Royal, London ; embellished with a fine engraving, by Mr. Bonner, from a drawing taken in the theatre, by Mr. R. Cruikshank. (statement of responsibility)
  • -  U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
  • -  Price on front cover: 1s.; advertisements--front cover, inside front cover, and back covers; selective list of Lacy's works--title page; "Remarks"--p. 5-7; "Costume"--p. 9-10; "Stage directions"--p. 10; imprint repeated--p. [2] at end.
  • -  The Maid of Judah was the title of Lacy's translation of Ivanhoé, libretto by Deschamps and de Wailly--Loewenberg Annals of Opera.
  • -  Engraving on p. 2 from act II, Scene 3: Remain where thou art, proud Templar! One foot nearer, and I plunge myself down the precipice.
  • -  As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, March 7, 1829/March 2, 1830: CEDRIC OF ROTHERWOOD. Mr. Phillips/Mr. Morley -- IVANHOE. Mr. Wood/Mr. Wood -- WAMBA. Mr. Keeley/Mr. Keeley -- GURTH. Mr. Farley/Mr. Farley -- OSWALD. Mr. Henry/Mr. Henry -- ROBIN HOOD. Mr. Diddear/Mr. Diddear -- LITTLE JOHN. Mr. O. Smith/Mr. Ransford -- FRIAR TUCK. Mr. Bartley/Mr. Bartley -- SIR LUCAS DE BEAUMANOIR. Mr. Evans/Mr. Evans -- SIR BRIAN DE BOISGUILBERT. Mr. Warde/Mr. Warde -- SIR MAURICE DE BRACEY. Mr. G. Stansbury/Mr. G. Stansbury -- ALBERT DE MALVOISIN. Mr. B. Taylor/Mr. Duruset -- DAMIAN. Mr. Holl/Mr. Holl -- HERALD. Mr. Irwin/Mr. Irwin -- EUSTACE. Mr. Purday/Mr. Purday -- WARDER. Mr. Turnour/Mr. Turnour -- SCRIBE. Mr. Fuller/Mr. Fuller -- ISAAC OF YORK. Mr. Edgerton/Mr. Edgerton -- REBECCA. Miss Paton/Miss Paton--p. 8.
  • -  Performance: London, Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 1829. (venue)
  • -  Performance: London, Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, 1830. (venue)


  • print


  • 63, [5] p. ; 16 cm.

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2010659588

LC Classification

  • ML48 [S9081]

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  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Rossini, Gioacchino, M. Rophino Lacy, Emile Deschamps, Léon De Wailly, Mr Bonner, Robert Cruikshank, Mr Phillips, et al. Ivanhoé. Libretto. English. John Cumberland, 2, Cumberland Terrace, Camden New Town, London, monographic, 1830. Image.

APA citation style:

Rossini, G., Lacy, M. R., Deschamps, E., Wailly, L. D., Bonner, M., Cruikshank, R. [...] Paton, M. A. (1830) Ivanhoé. Libretto. English. John Cumberland, 2, Cumberland Terrace, Camden New Town, London, monographic. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

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Rossini, Gioacchino, et al. Ivanhoé. Libretto. English. John Cumberland, 2, Cumberland Terrace, Camden New Town, London, monographic, 1830. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.