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Die Mitternachtstunde, eine komische Oper in 3 Aufzügen... im Klavierauszuge... No. 114. Pr: Fl: 10. [Piano-vocal score]
Bonn: Simrock [PN 114], 1800. First Edition. Rare. BUC p. 254. CPM Vol. 15 p. 216. RISM D934 (one copy only recorded in North America, at the Boston Public Library). Worldcat (4 copies only, none in North America). OCLC no. 842146753 Die Mitternachtstunde was first performed at the Hoftheatre in Munich in April 1788. Loewenberg 458. Danzi studied under Abbe Vogler at the Mannheim School of Music and played the cello in the famous Mannheim Orchestra. He is best-known for his dramatic works, of which his comic opera Die Mitternachtstunde is considered to be one of his most successful.. Oblong folio. Modern dark blue cloth-backed marbled boards with red leather title label gilt to upper. 1f. (title), [i] (blank), 2-183, [i] (publisher's catalogue) pp. Engraved. Partially uncut. Binding slightly worn. Occasional soiling, foxing and staining; title and final leaf soiled and torn at margins, not affecting notation; small binder's holes to inner margins. A fresh, wide-margined copy overall.
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