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The mascotte : opera comique in three acts / the English adaptation by H.B. Farnie and R. Reece ; the music by Audran
Bib ID 1698777
Format BookBook
Author
Audran, Edmond, 1842-1901
 
Uniform Title Mascotte. Libretto. English
Description Sydney, [N.S.W.] : J. Sands, printer, 1882 
28 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

English text.

At head of title: Williamson, Garner & Musgrove's Royal Opera Company.

Libretto by H. Chivot and A. Duru.

Subjects Operas - Librettos.  |  Operas - 19th century - Librettos.
Other authors/contributors Farnie, H. B. (Henry Brougham), 1836-1889  |  Chivot, Henri, 1830-1897  |  Duru, Alfred, 1829-1889  |  Reece, Robert, 1838-1891  |  Williamson, Garner & Musgrove's Royal Opera Company

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