THE BOHEMIAN GIRL by William Balfe. - Sheet music download.


THE BOHEMIAN GIRL by William Balfe. - Sheet music download.
Arranged by Sydney Baynes.
Taken from Music Masterpieces (Gems from the Worlds Famous Operas & Musical Plays).
Edited by Percy Pitt.
The 11 page download includes the Front Cover, 6 pages of music, a description of the opera by Edgar Peston plus articles by actor Robert Michaelis
and Queens Hall Organist Frederick B. Kiddle.

Frederick B. Kiddle (flourished c. 1890-1930) was a prominent English pianist, organist and accompanist.

Kiddle was born at Frome, Somerset, and studied at the Royal College of Music under Sir Walter Parratt, Rockstro and Higgs.[1] In 1902 he became principal accompanist for the Promenade Concerts at Queen's Hall, in succession to Percy Pitt, and he remained there as permanent organist and accompanist for the next 25 years, retiring at about the time when the BBC took over the proms

From Wikipedia:-
The Bohemian Girl is an opera composed by Michael William Balfe with a libretto by Alfred Bunn. The plot is loosely based on a Cervantes tale, La Gitanilla.

The opera was first produced in London at the Drury Lane Theatre on November 27, 1843. The production ran for 100 nights and enjoyed many revivals worldwide including: New York (25 November 1844), Dublin (1844), Philadelphia (1844) and Vienna (in German, 1846). Since World War II it has been staged by the Arts Theatre, Belfast (1978) and by Opera South in Haslemere in England (2008)[1]

The best-known aria from the piece is "I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls" in which Arline describes her vague memories of her childhood. It has been recorded by many artists, most famously by Dame Joan Sutherland, and also by the Norwegian soprano Sissel Kyrkjebø and Irish singer Enya.

Madame Pompadour is an operetta in three acts, composed by Leo Fall with a libretto by Rudolf Schanzer and Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm Welisch. Conducted by the composer, It opened at the Berliner Theater in Berlin on September 9, 1922 and then at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna on March 2, 1923.

Translated into English, Madame Pompadour premiered at Daly's Theatre, London on December 20, 1923. It was also translated into Italian and performed at the Teatro Dal Verme in Milan on 15 January 1924. It was later given in French in an adaptation by Albert Willemetz, Max Eddy and Jean Marietti, in Paris at the Théâtre Marigny on 16 May 1930. With the extraordinary success of the operetta in Berlin, Vienna, London and elsewhere, Fall regained the international fame that he had enjoyed prior to World War I.

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