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Fri Mar 21 17:13:00 2014 UTCviaf-51493830.00Judas Machabée, oratorio en 3 actes ... Paroles françaises de V. Wilder. Partition Piano et Chant réduite par C. Lamoureux0.360.81Judas Machabée : oratorio en 3 actes /5149383Charles_Lamoureuxlccn-n79129204Handel, George Frideric1685-1759cmplccn-no93005348Wilder, Victor1835-1892trllccn-n83041694Morell, Thomas1703-1784lbtlccn-n84055925Weckerlin, Jean-Baptiste1821-1910rcpnc-united states$national park service$cooperative national park resources studies unit university of hawaiiUnited StatesNational Park ServiceCooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Hawaiinc-ki pahulu expeditionKī-pahulu expeditionlccn-n82056910Widor, Charles Marie1844-1937lccn-n86034996JudasMaccabeus-161 B.C.lccn-n79130762Franck, César Auguste1828-1890lccn-n89612564Imbert, Hugues1842-1905Lamoureux, CharlesMusicRecords and correspondenceOrchestral excerptsOrchestral music--ScoresPiano music, ArrangedSpainPiano music (Pianos (2)), ArrangedOrchestral music--Scores and partsPiano music (4 hands), ArrangedNatural historyHawaii--Haleakala National ParkPlant ecologyIsland plantsRhapsodies (Music)HawaiiJudas,--Maccabeus,Widor, Charles-Marie,Orchestral music--PartsIndy, Vincent d',Sainton, Prosper,Nilsson, Christine,Spohr, Louis,Bruch, Max,PlantsColonne, Edouard,HarpThomas, Ambroise,Reyer, Ernest,United StatesSchubert, Franz,ComposersLang, B. J.--(Benjamin Johnson),Mendès, Catulle,Gille, Philippe,Piano music (4 hands)Delibes, Léo,Conductors (Music)Botany1834189918591865186818721874187518771879188018811883188418861887188818901891189318941895189718981899190019021909192219261946196919762007796170784M1045.C32ocn033214122ocn494434258ocn779658036ocn494556351ocn779648272ocn843540702ocn844321054ocn843540701ocn843472228ocn762611065ocn65837693085ocn033214122score18740.81Handel, George FridericJudas Machabée : oratorio en 3 actesMusic62ocn036544753book19760.81Lamoureux, CharlesReport of the Kī-pahulu bicentennial expedition, June 26-29, 197622ocn561534279book18940.47Imbert, HuguesPortraits et études : César Franck, C.-M. Widor, Edouard Colonne, Charles Lamoureux ...Analyse iconographique: Frontispice: portrait en buste de Georges Bizet (1838-1875)22ocn798329957score1875Handel, George FridericJudas Machabée, oratorio en 3 actes ... Paroles françaises de V. Wilder. Partition Piano et Chant réduite par C. Lamoureux11ocn270667107book18810.10Lamoureux, Charles[London], to M. [Joseph] BennettMostly of a social nature, thanking Bennett for his kind notices and for all he has done for Lamoureux during his visit to London, mentioning Patey, Sainton, Borelli, etc11ocn494544960book1877Lamoureux, CharlesLettre de Charles Lamoureux à la Société des concerts, Chatou, 2 octobre 187711ocn655778786mix0.10Lang, B. JLetters receivedRecords and correspondenceCollection consists of letters from musicians regarding their music and performances and writers regarding lyrics, as well as social notes to Mrs. Lang. Items removed from a scrapbook or guest book include autographs, inscribed calling cards and poetical and musical quotations. Correspondents include Edward Everett, William Vincent Wallace, John Sims Reeves, Eduard Hildebrandt, Hans Guido von Bülow, Robert Leitch, Rose Terry Cooke, Leopold Damrosch (setting the English words in Berlioz's Faust), Alexander Wheelock Thayer, Edward Everett Hale, Henry Irving, Amalie Materna, Franz von Lenbach, Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski, Jules Massenet, Feruccio Benvenuto Busoni, Anton Seidl, Nellie Melba (regarding an upcoming performance in Boston), George Templeton Strong (detailed letter regarding a new work for male chorus, with singing directions), Fanny Kemble, Charles Lamoureux (seeking music for Act 2 of The Flying Dutchman), Theodore Thomas, Richard Mansfield, Booker T. Washington, Richard Strauss, Kate Gannett Wells, and William Dean Howells. With a musical quotation, "Amitié pour amitié," Boston, 1859 March 711ocn779650107bookLamoureux, CharlesLettre autographe signée de Charles Lamoureux à Gaston Calmette (sans lieu), 1er février (année?)11ocn494544910book1881Lamoureux, CharlesLettre de Charles Lamoureux à Monsieur Wekerlin, 17 Octobre 188111ocn779648272book1879Guilbaud, ELettre autographe signée d'E. Guilbaud, membre de l'Orchestre de l'Opéra, à Lamoureux, chef d'orchestre de l'Opéra, Paris, 28 octobre 187911ocn762611065book1922Notice d'un très beau violon par Antonius Stradivarius dépendant de la succession de M. Charles Lamoureux...11ocn494544902bookLamoureux, CharlesLettre de Charles Lamoureux à Monsieur Wekerlin, 20 Février11ocn494544964book1897Lamoureux, CharlesLettre de Charles Lamoureux à Madame Leon Boellmann , (1897?)11ocn779650104book1897Lamoureux, CharlesLettre autographe signée de Charles Lamoureux à Madame Louise Schwab, Vif, 4 août 189711ocn494544924book1893Lamoureux, CharlesLettre de Charles Lamoureux à Monsieur Vincent d'Indy, 17 juin 189311ocn779650101book1874Lamoureux, CharlesLettre autographe signée de Charles Lamoureux à Eugène Lecomte, 31 août 187411ocn779650103book1893Lamoureux, CharlesLettre autographe signée de Charles Lamoureux, Paris, 2 mai 189311ocn658376930score18830.59Chabrier, EmmanuelEspaña; Spanish rhapsodyOrchestral excerptsMusic11ocn779650106book1899Lamoureux, CharlesLettre autographe signée de Charles Lamoureux à Gaston Calmette, Paris, 25 février 189911ocn779650108book1891Lamoureux, CharlesLettre autographe signée de Charles Lamoureux à Ritt et Gailhard, directeur de l'Opéra, Vif, 1er juin 189142ocn464885990book18940.47Imbert, HuguesPortraits et études : César Franck, C.-M. Widor, Edouard Colonne, Charles Lamoureux ...Analyse iconographique: Frontispice: portrait en buste de Georges Bizet (1838-1875)11ocn270873873book18810.10Ysaÿe, Eugène[Paris, n.d., 1881-1899?], to an unidentified friendAsking him to come the next day: he will be obliged to go to Lamoureux and play something for him "si vous voulez entrer chez lui."11ocn270565707book18880.10Delibes, LéoChoisy-au-Bac, 25 October [1888?], Brussels, [n.d.], and [n.p., n.d.], apparently to the same unidentified recipientThanking him for the two Spanish letters, saying something should not be performed in Barcelona before Madrid and Lisbon, approving of the singer Mlle Svicher [i.e. Isabella Svitcher?]--certainly the star of the troupe--, mentioning Le roi l'a dit, [Ambroise?] Thomas, Figaro, Ménestrel, Lamoureux, Colonne, the Marchesis, Mortier [de Fontaine?], etc11ocn270668486book18720.10Sainton, Prosper[London], 1872-1887, to Mr. [Joseph] BennettOf a social and personal nature, mentioning Nilsson, Spohr, Schubert, Chappell, Lamoureux, Bruch, Charlotte [Sainton-Dolby], Macfarren, etc11ocn270673277book19090.10Bréval, Lucienne[Paris], 20 September 1909, to an unidentified recipientAsking if April is convenient for the repeat of Armide at the Gaité, and if they will sing the finale to [d'Indy's?] Étranger with the Lamoureux [concerts]11ocn270564250book18840.10Chabrier, EmmanuelParis, Brussels, Vienna, etc. [and n.p.], 1884-88 [and n.d.], to Armand GouzienDiscussing a wide variety of musical and dramatic matters, especially the opera Gwendoline, mentioning Mendès, Vaucorbeil, Delibes, Gille, Enoch, Lockroy, Deplaye, Reyer, Lamoureux, d'Indy, etcFri Mar 21 15:13:07 EDT 2014batch14562