Lurline (Wallace, William Vincent)

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Laurelj (2017/6/1)

Editor Thomas H. Rollinson (1844-1928)
Publisher. Info. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1894. Plate 57439-61B.
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Misc. Notes The Army Journal No.15
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

The Night Winds

For Piano (Wallace)

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Schissel (2011/8/16)

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Publisher. Info. New York: William Hall & Son, 1851. Plate 960.
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Misc. Notes As a piano nocturne; composed probably after 1848 (when the first - two-act - version of the opera was finished) .
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Sweet spirit, hear my prayer

For Cornet and Piano (Winner)

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Willi Budde (2018/9/18)

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Willi Budde (2018/9/18)

Arranger Septimus Winner
Publisher. Info. Boston: O. Ditson & Co, 1880. Plate 47866.
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For Piano (Richards)

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Phillip Sear (2012/1/19)

Arranger Brinley Richards (1817–1885)
Publisher. Info. London: Cramer & Co., n.d.(ca.1860). Plate 7349
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Misc. Notes B&W 300dpi
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General Information

Work Title Lurline
Alternative. Title A Grand Romantic Original Opera in 3 Acts
Composer Wallace, William Vincent
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IWW 50
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 acts
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1848 (possibly only first two acts?), revised (and completed) 1859
First Performance. 1860
First Publication. 1859
Librettist Edward Fitzball (1792-1873)
Language English
Average DurationAvg. Duration 2 hours 30 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, chorus, orchestra
Related Works Pieces based on 'Lurline'
External Links Review of 2009 Naxos Recording of Lurline

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Vocal score ©1859 by Cramer, Beale & Co. of London and William Hall & Son of New York (plate 4444 according to Worldcat - of William Hall ? It would fit with table we have.) - Schissel