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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8388 3080
Name: 
George Macfarren
George Macfarren (British writer)
Macfarren, George
Dates: 
1788-1843
Creation class: 
Language material
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
author
librettist
Related names: 
Cooke, T. (1782-1848)
Cooke, Thomas (1782-1848)
Cramer, Beale & Chappell
Drury Lane Theatre
George, Daniel (1789-1864)
Goulding & D'Almaine
Horn, Charles E. (1786-1849)
Horn, Charles Edward (1786-1849)
McDowell, J
Moore, Thomas (1779-1852)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Blame not the bard.
Come oer the heather as sung with unbounded applause by Mr. A. Lee in the grand opera of Malvina
Gil Blas, or, The boy of Santillane : a romantic drama in three acts
Guy Faux or the Gunpowder treason an historical melo-drama in 3 a...
Latin, love and war, or Blockheads indeed ! A farcetta in 1 a....The only ed. corr. marked, by permission, from the prompter's book... [London, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 1st April, 1839.]
Lestocq; or, The fete at the Hermitage; an historical opera, in three acts, adapted to the stage from the celebrated piece of M. Scribe
Malvina.
march of intellect a monodramatic bagatelle in one a.,...
march of intellect [Cumberland's Plays] v. 31, no. 5., The
My old woman! : a farcical comedy in three acts
new opera buffa, in two acts, entitled An adventure of Don Quixote, The
Rich and rare were the gems she wore.
Sublime was the warning song from Irish melodies
Wake my harp sung by Mr. Horn in the national ballad opera of Malvina at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
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