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Notated Music L'empire de l'amour ; ballet heroique représenté par l'Academie royale de musique pour la prémiere fois le 14. d'avril 1733. Remis au theâtre, avec changements et additions le jeudi 25 may 1741

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Title

  • L'empire de l'amour ; ballet heroique représenté par l'Academie royale de musique pour la prémiere fois le 14. d'avril 1733. Remis au theâtre, avec changements et additions le jeudi 25 may 1741

Names

  • Brassac, René de Béarn, Marquis de, active 18th century
  • Moncrif, M. de, 1687-1770

Created / Published

  • Paris, J. B. C. Ballard, 1741.

Headings

  • -  Ballets--Scenarios
  • -  Operas--Librettos

Notes

  • -  In the Heineman Foundation Collection of the Library of Congress.
  • -  Includes the cast.
  • -  Libretto by F.A. P. de Moncrif. Cf. LC Cat. opera librettos.
  • -  No. 5 in a vol. with binder's title : Tragedies.
  • -  Opera-ballet.

Medium

  • 46 p. ; 24 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • ML31 .H43e no. 4

Source Collection

  • Holding of: Tragedies 7 v. in 1. 24 cm

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2022570428

Online Format

  • image

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IIIF Presentation Manifest

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Chicago citation style:

Brassac, René De Béarn, Marquis De, Active 18Th Century, and M. De Moncrif. L'empire de l'amour ; ballet heroique représenté par l'Academie royale de musique pour la prémiere fois le 14. d'avril .Remis au theâtre, avec changements et additions le jeudi 25 may 1741. Paris, J. B. C. Ballard, 1741. Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/2022570428/.

APA citation style:

Brassac, R. D. B. & Moncrif, M. D. (1741) L'empire de l'amour ; ballet heroique représenté par l'Academie royale de musique pour la prémiere fois le 14. d'avril .Remis au theâtre, avec changements et additions le jeudi 25 may 1741. Paris, J. B. C. Ballard. [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2022570428/.

MLA citation style:

Brassac, René De Béarn, Marquis De, Active 18Th Century, and M. De Moncrif. L'empire de l'amour ; ballet heroique représenté par l'Academie royale de musique pour la prémiere fois le 14. d'avril .Remis au theâtre, avec changements et additions le jeudi 25 may 1741. Paris, J. B. C. Ballard, 1741. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2022570428/>.