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  • 220357Q128746Irving BerlinIrvingBerlinBerlin,_IrvingIrving_Berlin_Portrait2.jpg18881989Belarusian-born American composer and lyricist, composing over 3
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  • StuartLeslieStuartStuart,_Leslie18631928An English composer of early musical theatre. The Lily of Laguna, 1898. Some or all works by this author
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  • Procès de Louis Berquin, 1892) The Origins of Modern Lyric Theatre (Les Origines du théâtre lyrique moderne, 1895) A History of Opera in Europe before
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  • marble, and a splendid musical theatre, called the Odeum in memory of his wife Regilla, which still exists. At Corinth he built a theatre, at Delphi a stadium
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  • of marble from Pentelicus, and a splendid musical theatre, called the Odeum. At Corinth he built a theatre, at Delphi a stadium, at Thermopylae hot baths
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  • in Six Acts (1796, 1797, 1798) The Monster and the Enchanted Forest: A Musical Fairy Tale in Four Acts (1798) The Topsy-Turvy World: A Historical Drama
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  • eminence connected with the theatre was Sir Henry Bishop, who between 1810 and 1824 produced at Covent Garden no less than fifty musical works of various kinds
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  • _George18741935British actor, theatre producer and manager, director, playwright and songwriter, best remembered for his work with Edwardian musical comedies. Dining
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  • Neither of these two scenes have any analogy in the whole of the musical theatre of the eighteenth century. And Teseo, Rodelinda, Alessandro, Alcina
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  • du Conservatoire. Being unable to force an entrance into the great musical theatres, he contented himself with producing, at the Athénée, a pleasing little
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  • Hercules, a musical drama, which marks the culmination of the Handelian musical drama, and indeed one might say of the whole musical theatre before Gluck
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  • Hartford Courant (5 Apr. 1925-28 June 1925). [CBD took over the Courant’s theatre critic’s column in his absence. “Queen Titania and Prince Charming of Ashbury
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  • the National Academy of Design, April 18, 1831 A History of the American Theatre, Thirty Years Ago, 1836 Memoirs of a Water-drinker, A History of New York
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  •  (1900)  edited by George Grove Musical Libraries 1717879A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Musical Libraries1900 MUSICAL LIBRARIES. The authors of
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  • Grove Musical Feasts by Catherine Mary Phillimore 1717877A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Musical Feasts1900 MUSICAL FEASTS. The Musical Feasts
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  • Fields Theatre by William H. Husk 1587210A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre1900 LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS THEATRE stood
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  • Grove King's Theatre, The by William H. Husk 1529372A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — King's Theatre, The1900 KING'S THEATRE, THE. In the early
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  • Dorset Garden Theatre by William H. Husk 1505447A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Dorset Garden Theatre1900 DORSET GARDEN THEATRE. This house
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  • Arnold opened the theatre June 26, under the title of 'The English Opera House,' for the performance of operas, melodramas and musical farces. In 1815,
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  • A Dictionary of Music and Musicians/Médée (category DMM articles about musical works)
    Hoffmann, music by Cherubini. Produced at the Theatre Feydeau, March 13, 1797; in London, at Her Majesty's Theatre, in Italian, with recitatives by Arditi,
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