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James Robinson Planché (27 February 1796 – 30 May 1880) was a British dramatist, antiquary and officer of arms. Over a period of approximately 60 years he wrote, adapted, or collaborated on 176 plays in a wide range of genres including extravaganza, farce, comedy, burletta, melodrama and opera. Planché was responsible for introducing historically accurate costume into nineteenth century British theatre, and subsequently became an acknowledged expert on historical costume, publishing a number of works on the topic.

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Uniform title: Plays. Selections
by Planche, J. R. (James Robinson), 1796-1880
Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1986
 
 
Uniform title: Oberon. Vocal score. English & German
by Weber, Carl Maria von, 1786-1826
Berlin : Rob. Lienau, [18-? ; Farnborough, Hants. Eng. : Gregg International Publishers, 1969]
 
Uniform title: Brigand. Love's ritornella. Vocal scores
by Cooke, T
Sydney : F. Ellard, [184-?]
MusicMusic, OnlineOnline
 
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