gnome king; or, The Giant-mountains: a dramatick legend, in two acts

First perform"d at theTheatre Royal, Covent Garden; on Wednesday, October 6th, 1819
  • 53 Pages
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  • English

J. Miller , London
StatementThe musick by Mr. Bishop; the arrangement of the action under the direction of Mr. Farley.
Series(Broadhurst, J. Plays -- v. 2, no. 8)
ContributionsColman, George, 1762-1836., Musäus, Johann Karl August, 1735-1787.
LC ClassificationsPR1271
The Physical Object
Pagination53 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19528491M
LC Control Number21015030

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[Henry R Bishop; George Colman; Johann Karl August Musäus]. The Gnome-King, or The Giant-Mountains, A "Dramatick Legend" in two acts. Debut: 6 October The Heir at Law. A three-act comedy. "The Gnome-King or The Giant Mountains, a dramatic Legend in two Acts;" 6 Oct.

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1 William Abbot: Music to British Library referencedIn. Original title: The gnome-king; or, the giant-mountains: a dramatick legend in two acts. Original published: London: J. Miller, "19th century English and American plays"--On checklist of publisher.

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Colman wrote at least three more pieces for the stage: The Gnome-King, or The Giant-Mountains, a "Dramatick Legend" in two acts for Covent Garden's season; The Law of Java, a three-act musical comedy, performed at Covent Garden in ; and Stella and Leatherlungs, or A Star and a Stroller, an afterpiece for Drury Lane in None.

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