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Theatre Royal, Covent Garden (London) German National Library

VIAF ID: 128120219 (Corporate)

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Aïda. [Sound recording] Library of Congress/NACO
Air from the pantomime of harlequin and cock robin as performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, arranged as a petit rondo National Library of Ireland
Amilie. National Library of Ireland
As you like it National Library of Ireland
Ballo in maschera Library of Congress/NACO
Barber of Seville National Library of Ireland
The beggar's opera Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Benvenuto Cellini [Sound recording] [opera in four acts. Libretto be Léon de Wailly and Auguste Barbier. Library of Congress/NACO
The Blind Girl. National Library of Ireland
La Bohème; [opera in four acts based on Scènes de la vie de Bohème by Henry Murger. Library of Congress/NACO
Brian Boroihme, or, The maid of Erin : a drama, in three acts National Library of Ireland
[Covent Garden playbill for production of Rodwell's Teddy the Tiler involving actor Tyrone Power] National Library of Ireland
Cymon. National Library of Ireland
The desert flower : an opera in three acts Library of Congress/NACO
Deserter of Naples Library of Congress/NACO
Don Giovanni. National Library of Ireland
Don Giovanni; or, A spectre on horseback! : a comic, heroic, operatic, tragic, pantomimic burletta-spectacular extravaganza; in two acts [in verse]; as first performed at the Royal Circus and Surrey Theatre National Library of Ireland
La fanciulla del West Library of Congress/NACO
Farmer's wife. National Library of Ireland
La fille du régiment. Library of Congress/NACO
Grecian daughter Library of Congress/NACO
Guy Mannering. National Library of Ireland
Haunted tower. Library of Congress/NACO
Historic recordings of actual performances [SR] 1979 National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland National Library of Australia
If this delicious grateful flower National Library of Ireland
A lady fair in Florence gay a favorite ballad as sung with unbounded applause by Miss Tyrer in the comedy of Maids & Bachelors National Library of Ireland
L'elisir d'amore Library of Congress/NACO
Lestocq. National Library of Ireland
Luisa Miller [Libretto] Library of Congress/NACO
Maid of the mill. National Library of Ireland
Maids and bachelors. National Library of Ireland
Mr. Power has the honour, most respectfully to announce to the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public generally, that his Farewell Benefit, previously to his return to America, will take place on Monday next, May 16, 1836 National Library of Ireland
Mr. Powers First Night in O'Flannagan and the Fairies This evening, Tuesday, April 26th, 1836 National Library of Ireland
O never fall in love ballad, as sung with unbounded applause by Madame Vestris, in the musical farce of the Invincibles National Library of Ireland
No song, no supper. Library of Congress/NACO
Oh nature. National Library of Ireland
Playbills, England National Library of Ireland
Pretty lasses love's summer remember duetto with chorus sung by Miss Stephens & Mr Durusett in the opera called Don Juan or the Libertine at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden National Library of Ireland
Quaker Library of Congress/NACO
Scape-goat Library of Congress/NACO
Signor Paganini's last concert will take place on Friday, August 3, 1832, in the course of which he will introduce the following favourite pieces, for the first time in this country. Library of Congress/NACO
Songs ; Arne - Artaxerxes. (StEdU : Tov. 80/1-80/25) National Library of Ireland
Theater playbill for "The Iron Chest," "The Quaker" and "Masaniello" at Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, February 21, 1833. Library of Congress/NACO
[Theater playbills for Shakespeare plays: Merry wives of Windsor]. Library of Congress/NACO
Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. On Easter-Monday, April 12, 1830 Library of Congress/NACO
Three strangers Library of Congress/NACO
Troyens. Library of Congress/NACO
The turf : a comic drama, in two acts National Library of Ireland
What is the spell air, sung by Mr. Phillips, in the grand opera Amilie or the Love Test, performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden National Library of Ireland
When wandering fancy bade me roam sung by Miss Matthews in the comic opera of Zuma of the Tree of Health at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Why tarries my love? an air National Library of Ireland
Wigwam, or, The Men of the Wilderness Library of Congress/NACO
Zuma. National Library of Ireland

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