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Balfe
Balfe, Gughelmo
Balfe, Guglielmo
Balfe, M. W.
Balfe, Michael
Balfe, Michael (Mr.)
Balfe, Michael W.
Balfe (Michael William)
Balfe, William
Balieff, M.
Barret, William A. (Pseudonym)
Michael Balfe
Michael Gulielmus Balfe
Michael William Balfe
Michael William Balfe (componist uit Ierland (1808-1870))
Michael William Balfe (compositeur irlandais)
Michael William Balfe (compositore, baritono e direttore d'orchestra irlandese)
Michael William Balfe (irischer Komponist, Violinist, Sänger und Dirigent)
Michael William Balfe (Irish composer)
Michael William Balfe (irländsk kompositör)
Michael William Balfe (irsk komponist)
Балф, Майкл
Майкл Балф
מייקל באלף
マイケル・ウィリアム・バルフェ (アイルランドの作曲家)
米高·威廉·巴爾夫
迈克尔·威廉·巴尔夫
麥可·威廉·巴爾夫
Dates: 
1808-1870
Creation class: 
bc
bm
cre
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Manuscript language material
Manuscript notated music
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Nonmusical sound recording
Notated music
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adapter
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Related names: 
Bunn, Alfred (1796?-1860)
Diabelli, Anton (1781-1858))
Drury Lane Theatre
Falconer, Edmund (1814-1879)
Fitzball, Edward
Garanča, Elīna (1976-)
Leuven, ... de (pseud. van Adolphe de Ribbing, 1800-1884.)
Leuven, Adolphe de (1800-1884)
McCormack, John (1884-1945)
Naxos Digital Services
Portugal. Conservatório Nacional. Escola de Música
Rogers, Walter B. (1865-1939)
Saint-Georges, Henri de (1799-1875)
Soumis, Louis
Sullivan, Arthur (1842-1900))
Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826)
Wiener Philharmoniker
Titles: 
7 Poems by Longfellow
Andante
Armourer of Nantes. Flower is beauty by fairy hands planted.
Armourer of Nantes. Selections ;
Arrow and the Song, The
Aus don Juan
Aus Norma
Aus Zampa
Blanche de Nevers.
Bohemian Girl: Act 1 no. 1 “Up with the banner, and down with the slave”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 1 no. 2 “’tis sad to leave our fatherland”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 1 no. 3 “In the gypsy’s life”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 1 no. 4 “Is no succour near at hand?”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 1 no. 5 “Down with the daring slave”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 1 no. 6 “What sound breaks on the ear?”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 1 no. 7 “Follow, follow”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 1 “Silence, silence!”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 10 “That grief may call its own”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 11 “Hold! Hold! We cannot give the life we take”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 2 “Wine, wine!”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 3 “I dreamt I dwelt in marble halls”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 4 “The secret of her birth”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 5 “Happy and light of heart are those”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 6 “’tis gone, the past was all a dream”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 7 “Come with the gipsy bride”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 8 “Life itself is, at the best”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 2 no. 9 “To the hall!”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 3 no. 1 “You’ll remember me”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 3 no. 2 “Through all the world thou wilt fly, my love”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 3 no. 3 “Welcome to the present”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act 3 no. 4 “Oh, what full delight”, The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "A soldier's life" (Count), The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "Comrade, your hand" (Devilshoof), The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "Down with the daring slave" (Chorus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. Galop, The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "In the gipsy's life you read" (Gipsies), The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "Is no succour near the hand?" (Florestein), The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "'Tis sad to leave our fatherland" (Thaddeus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "Up with the banner" (Chorus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. Waltz, The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "What means this alarm?" (Thaddeus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act I. "What sounds break on the ear?" (Chorus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "Hold! hold!" (Count), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "I dream I dwelt in marble halls" (Arline), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "In the gipsies' life" / "Come with the gypsy bride" (Chorus, Arline), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "In the gipsy's life you read" (Gipsies), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "Life itself is at the best" (Chorus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "Listen, while I relate the hope of a Gipsy's fate" (Arline), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "My dear uncle, it delights me to see you" (Florestein), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "Silence, silence! The lady moon" (Gipsies), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "The wound upon thine arm" (Thaddeus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "This is thy deed" (Queen), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "'Tis gone - the past was all a dream" (Queen), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "What is the spell hath yet effaced" (Arline), The
Bohemian Girl: Act II. "Whate'er the scenes" / "The heart bow'd down" (Count), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. Introduction / "The past appears to me but a dream" (Arline), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. "Let not the soul for sorrows grieve" (Arline, Thaddeus, Count), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. "Oh! what full delight" (Arline, Chorus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. "See at your feet a suppliant one" (Arline), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. "Though every hope be fled" (Thaddeus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. "Through the world wilt fly, love" (Thaddeus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. "Welcome the present" (Chorus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. "When other lips and other hearts" (Thaddeus), The
Bohemian Girl: Act III. "When the fair land of Poland" (Thaddeus), The
Bohemian girl. I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls
Bohemian girl. Libretto
Bohemian Girl (medley), The
Bohemian girl. Ouverture
Bohemian Girl: Overture, The
Bohemian girl. Selections;
Bohemian girl. Then you'll remember me
bohémienne, La : opéra en quatre actes et un prologue
Bondman. Child of the sun.
Bondman. It is not form, it is not face.
Bondman. When fond remembrance.
Cello Sonata in A-flat major: I. Allegro
Cello Sonata in A-flat major: II. Adagio
Cello Sonata in A-flat major: III. Allegro vivace
Come into the Garden, Maud for voice & piano
Daughter of St. Mark. Gondolier.
Daughter of St. Mark. My bark which o'er the tide.
Daughter of St. Mark. We may be happy yet
Daughter of St. Mark. When all around our path is dreary.
Dirge
Dreamt That I Dwelt in Marble Halls, I
Enchantress. Woman's heart.
Enrico Quarto al passo della Marna. Non sperate o miei nemici
étoile de Séville, L' : grand-opéra en quatre actes
Excelsior
Falstaff. Non v'è donna sulla terra
Falstaff. Vorrei parlar, ma l'ira
Fantasías piano do mayor
green trees whispered low and mild ballad, The
heart bowed down [sound recording]., The
Joan of Arc. Peace of the valley.
Keolanthe. List! dearest, list!
Keolanthe. Overture
Keolanthe. Sweetly sleep till rosy dawn.
Killarney;
Maid of Artois. Light of other days
Maid of Artois. Overture.
Maid of Artois. Rapture swelling
Maid of Artois. Yon moon o'er the mountain
Maid of honor. Far from gilded state.
Maid of honor. It was the red cross knight.
Marble Halls
marinaro lungi, Il : duetto
Mazeppa
Moore's Irish Melodies with new Symphonies and Accompaniments for the Pianoforte
Moro, or, The Painter of Antwerp : grand opera in three acts with a prologue
Nabucodonosor
new and original opera in three acts, preceded by a prologue, entitled The enchantress, A : as first performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Wednesday, May 14th, 1845
Opera
Ouverture zur Oper: "Die Zigeunerin"
Pittore e duca.
Puits d’amour: Overture, Le
Puits d'amour: "Rêves d'amour, rêves de gloire", Le
Puritains
Puritan's daughter. Bliss for ever past
Puritan's daughter. Bliss forever past.
quatre fils Aymon Ouverture
Rose of Castille. Convent cell
Sans titre
Satanella: Act I: Scene 1: The Palace and Gardens of Count Rupert: Concerted piece: My Lords, I pray you judge
Satanella: Act I: Scene 1: The Palace and Gardens of Count Rupert: Introduction: Donor of this lordly fete
Satanella: Act I: Scene 1: The Palace and Gardens of Count Rupert: Quartet and Chorus: Thanks, thanks, my friends
Satanella: Act I: Scene 1: The Palace and Gardens of Count Rupert: Song: My heart is not my own
Satanella: Act I: Scene 2: A Gothic library in the Demon's tower: Drinking Song: When fortune frowns
Satanella: Act I: Scene 2: A Gothic library in the Demon's tower: Finale: There's a power sway
Satanella: Act I: Scene 2: A Gothic library in the Demon's tower: Recitative and Cavatina: Myself once more
Satanella: Act I: Scene 2: A Gothic library in the Demon's tower: Scena and Cavatina: What daring mortal
Satanella: Act I: Scene 2: A Gothic library in the Demon's tower: Song: Oh! would she but name
Satanella: Act II: Scene 1: A magnificent hall: Recitative and Air: Ah me, how wretched
Satanella: Act II: Scene 1: A magnificent hall: Romance: An angel form in dreams
Satanella: Act II: Scene 2: A sea coast: Pirates Chorus: Rovers, rulers of the sea
Satanella: Act II: Scene 2: A sea coast: Song and Chorus: My brave companions
Satanella: Act II: Scene 3: Lella's cottage by the coast: Ensemble: The Priest, now robed
Satanella: Act II: Scene 3: Lella's cottage by the coast: Finale (Part 1): Smile, oh Heaven!
Satanella: Act II: Scene 3: Lella's cottage by the coast: Finale (Part 2); Up and arm ye, every brave
Satanella: Act II: Scene 3: Lella's cottage by the coast: Procession: To Hymen's love-crowned altar
Satanella: Act II: Scene 3: Lella's cottage by the coast: Recitative and Ballad: Ah! me, too human thou
Satanella: Act III: Scene 1: A Cavern: Introduction: Upward from the nether world
Satanella: Act III: Scene 1: A Cavern: Recitative and Grand Duet: Thp'the angry bolt has sped
Satanella: Act III: Scene 2: The bazaar and slave market: Arietta: Would'st thou win me
Satanella: Act III: Scene 2: The bazaar and slave market: Concerted piece: A fair Circassian
Satanella: Act III: Scene 2: The bazaar and slave market: Market Scene: Merry Tunis, ope' thy mart
Satanella: Act III: Scene 2: The bazaar and slave market: Recitative and Cabaletta: No rival shares a throne
Satanella: Act III: Scene 2: The bazaar and slave market: Romance: Sultana Zulema
Satanella: Act III: Scene 2: The bazaar and slave market: Sextet: Oh, woe! despair!
Satanella: Act IV: The Demon's tower: Finale: Dread shadow, speak
Satanella: Act IV: The Demon's tower: Oh, tenderness sublime
Satanella: Act IV: The Demon's tower: Serenade: Haste, lovers, haste
Satanella: Act IV: The Demon's tower: Song: No prize can fate
Satanella. I came into your shady garden
Satanella. Oh! could I but his heart enslave
Satanella: Preludio
Satanella. There's a power whose sway
Selection from the poems by Longfellow set to music ...
Siege of Rochelle. Lo the early beam of morning.
Siege of Rochelle: Overture, The
Siege of Rochelle. 'Twas in that garden beautiful
Siege of Rochelle. Vive le roi.
Sleeping queen. Noon-tide dream.
Sonata, cello, piano, A♭ major
Songs. Selections
Sonnambula
Talisman
Trio, piano, violin, cello, A major
Trios concertants : pour piano, violon et violoncelle : sur les opéras célèbres
Trust her not
Valse de la Bohémienne Piano
vier Haimons-Kinder, Die : komische Oper in 3 Aufzügen
Walc z opery "Czeskie dziewcze": concertina
When fortune frowns and friends forsake
Your Slave Am I
Zigeunerin, Die : Oper in drei Akten
دختر کولی
Contributed to or performed: 
Bohemian Girl, The
Broadway Through the Gramophone, Volume 1: New York in European Footsteps 1844-1909
HMV Classics Collection: Spring Summer Autumn Winter, The
Romantics in England – Music for Cello & Piano
Satanella
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