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The First performance on any stage of The merry maskers

The First performance on any stage of The merry maskers

a present-day comic opera in three acts : libretto by J. Watson Stead, music by W.S. Hemphill ... : cast of characters : Violet (leader of the Seraphic Singers) ......Miss Poussett ... chorus of Seraphic Singers, waiters, students, masqueraders and professors.

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Published by s.n. in [Hamilton, Ont.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Opera programs.,
  • Theater programs -- Ontario -- Hamilton.,
  • Hamilton (Ont.) -- Amusements.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGrand Opera House programme, Hamilton, Canada, season 1893-94.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 36311
    ContributionsGrand Opera House (Hamilton, Ont.).
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (6 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18899616M
    ISBN 100665363117

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Get this from a library. The First performance on any stage of The merry maskers: a present-day comic opera in three acts: libretto by J.

Watson Stead, music by W.S. Hemphill : cast of characters: Violet (leader of the Seraphic Singers) Miss Poussett chorus of Seraphic Singers, waiters, students, masqueraders and professors.

The First performance on any stage of The merry maskers: a present-day comic opera in three acts: libretto by J. Watson Stead, music by W.S. Hemphill : cast of characters: Violet (leader of the Seraphic Singers) Miss Poussett chorus of Seraphic Singers, waiters, students, masqueraders and.

The First performance on any stage of The merry maskers [electronic resource]: a present-day comic opera in three acts: libretto by J. Watson Stead, music by W.S. Hemphill : cast of characters: Violet (leader of the Seraphic Singers) Poussett chorus of Seraphic Singers, waiters, students, masqueraders and : Ont.).

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