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Scenery to be used in a toy theatre. Coloured lithograph.

Date
[between 1866 and 1876]
Reference
33498i
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Originally 'The daughter of the regiment' was a comic opera in two acts, by Donizetti with words by Bayard and Jules H. Vernoy (Marquis St. Georges). It was first produced at, Opéra Comique, Paris, as 'La fille du régiment," on 11th February 1840. The first performance in London, in English, was at the Surrey Theatre on 21st December 1847; the same season in Italian, with Jenny Lind as Marie, which was reported to be her favourite role--http://www.toytheatre.net/

Publication/Creation

London (73 Hoxton Street, Formerly called 208 Hoxton Old Town) : J. Redington, [between 1866 and 1876]

Physical description

1 print : pen lithograph, with watercolour ; image 23.2 x 28.5 cm

Lettering

Scene 1. Redington's Scenes in the daughter of the regiment. No. 1

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 33498i

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Languages

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