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  • Event:

    FLYING SCUD QUADRILLES, THE

    FLYING SCUD, THE

  • Person:

    composer : Richardson, George, Mr.

    artist : Concanen, Alfred, Mr., 1835-1886

  • Date: 1866 = 1867
  • Brief description: Original coloured lithograph, title page for the sheet music for THE FLYING SCUD QUADRILLES "Performed with immense success in Dion Boucicault's Popular Drama, 'THE FLYING SCUD,' Composed by Geo. Richardson. Musical Director of the Holborn Theatre Royal." The likely date is 1866 or 1867, to accompany the production at the New Holborn Theatre Royal.
  • Identifier: UKC-CALB-FLY-MUS-LDNHOD.F190667
  • Subject keyword: lithograph & music & drama

Further Details

  • Accession Number: F190667
  • Event:

    FLYING SCUD QUADRILLES, THE

    FLYING SCUD, THE

  • Organisation:

    lithographers : Concanen, Siebe, and Co.

    publisher : John Blockley, 3 Argyll Street, Regent Street West, London

  • Associated people:

    composer : Richardson, George, Mr.

    artist : Concanen, Alfred, Mr., 1835-1886

  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: music title page
  • Identity code: UKC/CALB/FLY/MUS/LDN HOD : F190667
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Notes: This was mounted on a piece of cardboard with the note "Scene from 'The Flying Scud' Holborn Theatre, London, 1866 / Original Lithograph"
  • Part:

    Boucicault Collection

    Calthrop Boucicault Collection

  • Condition: 2
  • Dimensions: 350 x 250 mm
  • Medium: black and coloured ink on paper
  • Previousnumber note: 49 (crossed out); 52 (crossed out); green stamp "Dion Boucicault Collection Item No. 42 property of Christopher Calthrop"
  • Date: 1866 = 1867
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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