Drottningen av Golconda (Berwald, Franz)

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Editor:

Folke Lindberg (1911-1988)

Publisher Info.:

Franz Berwald: Complete Works, Vol.18
Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1968. Plate BA 4918.

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Work Title Drottningen av Golconda
Alternative Title
Composer Berwald, Franz
Movements/Sections 3 Acts
Year/Date of Composition 1864
First Publication 1968-04-03 in Stockholm, Royal Swedish Opera
Stig Westerberg (conductor)
Librettist Jean Baptiste Charles Vial (1771–1837)
Edmond de Favières (1755–1837)
Language German
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, chorus and orchestra
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