Notated Music Vocal music. Selections. Vocal score Vocal score Road to Yaroslaf

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Title
Vocal music. Selections. Vocal score Vocal score
Other Title
Road to Yaroslaf
Alternate Title
Road to Yaroslaf
Contributor Names
Braham, John -- 1774-1856 (arranger)
Brown, Charles Armitage -- 1786-1842 (librettist)
Horn, Charles E. (Charles Edward) -- 1786-1849
Braham, John -- 1774-1856
Braham, John -- 1774-1856
Braham, John -- 1774-1856
Braham, John -- 1774-1856
Braham, John -- 1774-1856
Created / Published
1814, monographic.
G.E. Blake,, [between 1814 and 1820?].
Subject Headings
-  Operas -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano
-  Songs (High voice) with orchestra -- Vocal scores with piano
-  Vocal duets with orchestra -- Vocal scores with piano
Genre
notated music
Notes
-  Originally for two high voices (1st work), high voice (2nd-5th works), and orchestra; accompaniment arranged for piano.
-  Libretto by Charles Armitage Brown; cf. Operas in English.
-  Staff notation. (language)
-  For ever let us part! : duet, sung by Mr. Braham and Mrs. Dickons, in the comic opera, called Narensky, or, The road to Yaroslaf, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane / composed by Mr. Braham -- Forget me not : a favorite song in the new comic opera of Narensky, or, The road to Yaroslaf / composed and sung by Mr. Braham -- O thou art all to me, love : composed and sung by Mr. Braham, in the comic opera, call'd Narensky, or The road to Yaroslaf -- Don't believe them : sung my Mrs. Dickons, in the comic opera, call'd Narensky / composed by Mr. Braham -- Farewell : the celebrated echo song / composed and sung by Mr. Braham, in Narensky, or The road to Yaroslaf.
Form
print
unmediated
volume
Extent
1 vocal score (15 pages) ; 32 cm
Library of Congress Control Number
2014565342
Related Resources
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musm1a1.10630 (electronic resource)
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Description
Notated Music. print | 1 vocal score (15 pages) ; 32 cm | Originally for two high voices (1st work), high voice (2nd-5th works), and orchestra; accompaniment arranged for piano. Libretto by Charles Armitage Brown; cf. Operas in English. Staff notation. (Language). Print (Form). Unmediated (Form). Volume (Form).
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Braham, John, Charles Armitage Brown, Charles E Horn, John Braham, John Braham, John Braham, John Braham, and John Braham. Vocal music. Selections. Vocal score Vocal score. [1814, monographic. g.e. blake,, between 1814 and 1820?, 1814] Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/2014565342/.

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Braham, J., Brown, C. A., Horn, C. E., Braham, J., Braham, J., Braham, J. [...] Braham, J. (1814) Vocal music. Selections. Vocal score Vocal score. [1814, monographic. g.e. blake,, between 1814 and 1820?] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2014565342/.

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Braham, John, et al. Vocal music. Selections. Vocal score Vocal score. [1814, monographic. g.e. blake,, between 1814 and 1820?, 1814] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2014565342/>.