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Autograph letters signed (18), dated : [London], to Richard Peyton, 1869-1873.

Author: John Francis Barnett; Richard Peyton; Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Of a social nature, discussing preparations for the performance of his cantata Paradise and the Peri at the Birmingham Festival, mentioning his cantatas The Ancient Mariner and The Raising of Lazarus, his overture to Shakespeare's Winter's Tale, Mr. Beale, Santley, Foli, Titiens [i.e. Therese Tietjens], Rigby, Cummings, Scholfield, Sterndale Bennett, Benedict, Ingram, Arabella Goddard, etc.
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Named Person: Beale.; Charles Santley, Sir; A J Foli; Therese Tietjens; George Rigby; William H Cummings; Scholfield.; William Sterndale Bennett, Sir; Julius Benedict, Sir; G W Ingram; Arabella Goddard
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Francis Barnett; Richard Peyton; Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)
OCLC Number: 270671948
Description: 18 items (39 pages) ; (12mo)

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Of a social nature, discussing preparations for the performance of his cantata Paradise and the Peri at the Birmingham Festival, mentioning his cantatas The Ancient Mariner and The Raising of Lazarus, his overture to Shakespeare's Winter's Tale, Mr. Beale, Santley, Foli, Titiens [i.e. Therese Tietjens], Rigby, Cummings, Scholfield, Sterndale Bennett, Benedict, Ingram, Arabella Goddard, etc.

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