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  • Event:

    HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN, THE

    NOUREDDIN AND THE FAIR PERSIAN

  • Person:

    composer : Carafa, Michele, Monsieur, 1787-1872

    author : Scribe, Eugne, Monsieur, 1791-1861

    author : Planard, Eugne de, Monsieur, 1783-1855

    author : Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832

    conductor : Loder, Edward J. (Edward James), Mr., 1813-1865 (composer and musical director, son of John David Loder)

    singer : Nau, Mdlle

    actor : Mengis, Herr

    actor : Braham, Charles, Mr.

    actor : Poole, Miss

    musician : Neruda, Wilhelmina, Mdlle

    actor : Neruda, Amalie, Mdlle

    actor : Neruda, Victor, Monsieur

    composer : Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm, Herr, 1814-1865

    composer : Vieuxtemps, Henri, Monsieur, 1820-1881

    author : Edwards, H. Sutherland (Henry Sutherland), Mr., 1828-1906

    scene painter : Cuthbert, Mr.

    actor : Nichols, Mr.

    machinery : Breckell, Mr.

    costume designer : Hoggins, Mrs.

    costume designer : Hoggins, Miss

    appointments : Tapsell, Mr.

    actor : Harvey, Mr.

    choreographer : Leclercq, Monsieur

    actor : Horncastle, H., Mr.

    actor : Stanley, Emma, Miss

    actor : Kenworthy, Miss

    actor : Fisher, C., Mr.

  • Date: 4.5.1849 = 5.5.1849
  • Brief description: Playbill advertising THE HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN, featuring Mdlle. Nau, and a musical entertainment featuring the sisters Neruda and their brother Victor, and NOUREDDIN AND THE FAIR PERSIAN at the Princess's Theatre, 4 May 1849.
  • Identifier: UKC-POS-LDNPRS.0595985
  • Theatre: Princess's Theatre, Oxford Street & St. Marylebone & London & England
  • Subject keyword:

    opera

    concert & violin solos

    extravaganza

Further Details

  • Accession Number: 0595985
  • Event:

    HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN, THE

    NOUREDDIN AND THE FAIR PERSIAN

  • Content note:

    "Freely adapted from Scribe and Planard's celebrated opera, 'La prison d'Edinbourg.'"

    Pieces performed: 'The Carnival of Venice' by Ernst, and 'Recollections of America' by Vieuxtemps

    "Taken from the Arabian Nights."

  • Associated people:

    composer : Carafa, Michele, Monsieur, 1787-1872

    author : Scribe, Eugne, Monsieur, 1791-1861

    author : Planard, Eugne de, Monsieur, 1783-1855

    author : Scott, Walter, Sir, 1771-1832

    conductor : Loder, Edward J. (Edward James), Mr., 1813-1865 (composer and musical director, son of John David Loder)

    singer : Nau, Mdlle

    actor : Mengis, Herr

    actor : Braham, Charles, Mr.

    actor : Poole, Miss

    musician : Neruda, Wilhelmina, Mdlle

    actor : Neruda, Amalie, Mdlle

    actor : Neruda, Victor, Monsieur

    composer : Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm, Herr, 1814-1865

    composer : Vieuxtemps, Henri, Monsieur, 1820-1881

    author : Edwards, H. Sutherland (Henry Sutherland), Mr., 1828-1906

    scene painter : Cuthbert, Mr.

    actor : Nichols, Mr.

    machinery : Breckell, Mr.

    costume designer : Hoggins, Mrs.

    costume designer : Hoggins, Miss

    appointments : Tapsell, Mr.

    actor : Harvey, Mr.

    choreographer : Leclercq, Monsieur

    actor : Horncastle, H., Mr.

    actor : Stanley, Emma, Miss

    actor : Kenworthy, Miss

    actor : Fisher, C., Mr.

  • Content place: &&& Arabia
  • Description level: 4
  • Language: English
  • Material type: playbill
  • Identity code: UKC/POS/LDN PRS : 0595985
  • Notes: Also advertising the following day's performances.
  • Part: Playbill Collection
  • Condition: 2
  • Dimensions: 505 x 498 mm
  • Medium: black ink on paper
  • Physicaldescript summary: two column bill; some discolouration of paper and a few holes
  • Date: 4.5.1849 = 5.5.1849
  • Organisation: printer : S.G. Fairbrother, London
  • Person: manager : Maddox, John Meddex, Mr.
  • Theatre: Princess's Theatre, Oxford Street & St. Marylebone & London & England
  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent at Canterbury

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