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The Sicilian Knight: Cavatina : Sung With Rapturous Applause by Mrs. Austin in the Romatic Opera of Rokeby

the subject from von Weber's opera La preciosa
Format
Musical Score; Online
Published
Baltimore : George Willig & Co., [between 1868 and 1879?]
Language
English
Uniform Title
Preciosa Voilà Que les Blanches Étoiles
Variant Title
Preciosa
First line of text: Gentle zephyrs of morning
Series
Boudoir : Collection of Favorite Songs and Ballads by Various Authors
Description
1 score (5 p.)
Notes
  • Originally a chorus from the incidental music to Preciosa; arranged for voice and piano with a contrafactum in English.
  • Caption title.
  • Reprint. Originally published: Baltimore : G. Willig, Jr., [183-?].
  • Sung by Mrs. Austin in a musical adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's poem Rokeby, produced at the Park Theatre on 17 May, 1830 and revived once by her on 28 September, 1830. Cf. Odell, III, p. 461, 486.
  • At foot of t.p.: "Jas. Lucas & Son, Print."
Publisher/plate no.
1567 George Willig & Co.
No Known CopyrightNo Known Copyright
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    a| 1 score (5 p.)
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    a| Boudoir : collection of favorite songs and ballads by various authors
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    a| Originally a chorus from the incidental music to Preciosa; arranged for voice and piano with a contrafactum in English.
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    a| Caption title.
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    a| Reprint. Originally published: Baltimore : G. Willig, Jr., [183-?].
    500
      
      
    a| Sung by Mrs. Austin in a musical adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's poem Rokeby, produced at the Park Theatre on 17 May, 1830 and revived once by her on 28 September, 1830. Cf. Odell, III, p. 461, 486.
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    a| At foot of t.p.: "Jas. Lucas & Son, Print."
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    a| Songs with piano.
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    a| Incidental music v| Excerpts, Arranged.
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    a| Austin, Elizabeth, d| approximately 1800- e| performer.
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M1 .S445 v.132 no.36