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Bluff King Hal. Libretto. English

Bluff King Hal. Libretto. English

 
 
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libretto by Daniel O'Connell ; music by H.J. Stewart. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Price on front cover: 25 cents; copyright dated 1892--front cover; "Argument"--p. 4; portraits of characters in margin throughout.
"Sketch of scenery for first act as designed by Willis Polk"--front cover.
"Costumes designed by Mr. Amadee Joullin ; scenery designed by Mr. Joullin and Willis Polk ; illustrations for this book by Mr. Ernest C. Peixotto"--verso of title page.
Performers' names not given.

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01/01/1892
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