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The visit of the old lady / opera in three acts by Gottfried von Einem ; opera version of the text by Friedrich Durrenmatt ; English version by Norman Tucker
Bib ID 1374776
Format BookBook
Author
Durrenmatt, Friedrich, 1921-
 
Uniform Title Besuch der alten Dame
Description London : Boosey and Hawkes, 1972 
86 p. ; 17cm. 
ISBN 085162006X
Notes

Opera. Einem, Gottfried von. Besuch der alten Dame. Librettos. English texts (BNB/PRECIS)

Translation of 'Der Besuch der alten Dame'. Based on the play of the same name, originally published Zurich: Verlag der Arche, 1956.

Subjects Operas - Librettos.
Other authors/contributors Einem, Gottfried von, 1918-1996  |  Tucker, Norman, 1910-1978

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