Like the theater rehearsal materials in Series I, these items have been individually cataloged; please see the records in Franklin for additional details. Braun, Karl Johann Ritter von Braunthal. Das Nachtlager in Granada music by Conradin Kreutzer. Concordia Operetten-Theater, Philadelphia, Martha music by Friedrich von Flotow. Die Fledermaus music by Johann Strauss. Blaubart music by Jacques Offenbach. Die Prinzessin von Trapezunt music by Jacques Offenbach.
Concordia Operetten-Theater, Philadelphia, circa Germania Theater, New York City, circa Der tolle Wenzel music by Paul Sentz. Germania Theater, Philadelphia, circa Die Regimentstochter music by Gaetano Donizetti. Germania Theater, Philadelphia, Handwritten catalog created by Bloch, in a hard-covered notebook, of rehearsal materials available in his theater lending library located at N. Title label pasted to front cover reads: Works in the catalog are listed by title, and are grouped in the following categories: For each title the following information is noted: Posse, Lustspiel ; number of acts; author; number of male roles; number of female roles; and number of children's roles [?
When such evidence is present, it has been noted in catalog records in Franklin; of the records contain such mentions, and those files can be located by doing a combined search for title Learned Collection and the general keywords: Arranged alphabetically by composer, then by title of work. With only one exception, musical scores are associated with plays for which theater rehearsal materials can be found in Series I; the location of those related materials is indicated.
In the catalog records for the plays in Franklin, the presence of music has been noted, and the records are also accessible by composer name. One file of oversized musical scores is found in series VII. Music for Die alte Schachtel play by Emil Pohl , undated. See also theater rehearsal materials in Folders Music for Das Volk wie es weint und lacht by O.
Berg and David Kalisch , undated. Music for Werther und Lotte, oder: See also oversized scores in Folder ; and theater rehearsal materials in Folders Conradi, August, and Theodor Schaumberg. Music for Bruder Liederlich play by Emil Pohl , undated. Hauptner, Thuiskon, and Max Telle [? Hauptner, Thuiskon, and Theodor Schaumberg. Music for Die Afrikanerin play by Eduard Jacobson , undated. Music for Die rothe Liesel play by Betty Young , circa Music for Stadt und Land, oder: Music for Therese Krones play by Carl Haffner , undated.
Arranged alphabetically by name of theater, then chronologically. Oversized playbills are found in series VII. Harmonie Programme , season Harmonie Program , season Germania Theater Zeitung , Germania Theater Zeitung , - February Germania Theater , December - November Germania Theater , Germania Theater , January Germania Theatre , November - February Programme , season Amalie, Princess of Saxony.
See also related items in Folders See also related items in Folder Der Abend im Posthaus: Music for Werther und Lotte by George Belly: See also scores in Folder ; and theater rehearsal materials in Folders Originally pasted to the inside front cover of a copy of the play belonging to Theodor Bloch. Drawing in black and aqua, possibly depicting a scene from a play. See Dietrich poster shelves. Built in , on the site of another theatrical venue that had burned down. The site was originally known as the City Museum.
In December , the Concordia Operetten-Theater opened in this hall, managed through by Robert Tagg librettos, box From around fall to spring Thalia Theater operated at the same location under the directorship of Alexander Kost playbills, folders , ; theater newspapers, folder A performance of a German-language play at this location is advertised in the Turner Halle theater newspaper of May folder Third Street near the intersection with Spring Garden. Opened on this site around fall , in Ladner's Miliary Hall, which was built in and operated by the brothers Fritz and Louis Ladner.
In , it was rebuilt as a permanent home for Germania Theater, which continued in operation until approximately March The majority of the materials in the collection relate to this theater playbills, folders , ; theater newspapers, folders , Eleventh Street corner of Brandywine. German-language theater productions at this location are advertised in theater newspapers dating from to folder Operated by Robert Tagg beginning in November The collection contains playbills from German-language theater productions at this location dating from circa folder and from folder A theater newspaper in the collection related to this venue dates from the season folder Third Street between Willow and Noble.
Established by the Turngemeinde Philadelphia in to Founded by Adolf Neuendorff in ; operated at this location until libretto, folder Clippings of newspaper advertisements for the following performances, listed in chronological order, are located in files for theater rehearsal materials in Series I. In each case, the clipping is pasted to the inside front cover of a published copy of the play that was used as a prompt book.
With respect to documentation of specific performances in Philadelphia in which the rehearsal materials were used, these clippings, many of which are dated in , supplement the collection's playbills and theater newspapers, which date from no earlier than The following theater rehearsal materials are highlighted because they may possibly be of a provenance different from that of the other materials in the collection see Scope and Contents note, above.
Based on their appearance, the materials were probably created before They are listed alphabetically by author of the work to be performed, with unidentified works at the end. Amalie, Princess of Saxony, Der Verlobungsring , undated. Clauren, Heinrich, Der Abend im Posthaus , undated. Feldmann, Leopold, Das Portrait der Geliebten , undated. Houwald, Ernst von, Der Geburtstag der Mutter , undated. Die Irrungen , undated. Unidentified two-act play , undated.
Unidentified one-act play , undated. Der Oberst, Auguste, Anton, Neumann. The following listing of playbills in the collection is organized first by theater name, in alphabetical order. Within each grouping, the playbills are then listed chronologically, with each entry detailing the titles of plays, operas, or operettas advertised the holdings include one copy of each playbill, unless multiple copies are noted. The playbills also sometimes announce a musical program or give additional information about performances, all the details of which could not be included here.
In addition to listing the work s featured on the playbill, this index also includes, at the end of the entry, any additional works that are advertised only briefly, often as "In preparation. In cases of works that are advertised by title only, the author's name has been supplied in brackets, if it could be determined with reasonable certainty. In the case of works that are adaptations, the author and title of the source work have been included to whatever extent that information could be determined.
Following is an overview of the distribution of playbills among the theaters represented: Concordia Operetten-Theater, Philadelphia, Pa. Germania Theater, Philadelphia, Pa. Maennerchor Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. Residenz-Theater, Berlin, Germany one oversized playbill. Thalia Theater, Philadelphia, Pa. Gute Nacht [by Rudolf Hahn]. Die Heirath vor der Trommel , by W. Martha Wedemeyer," with banner: L'esclavage , by Jules Barbier] Also advertised: L'esclavage , by Jules Barbier].
Weller, and the other by Heinrich Wilken]. Wie man den Grundstein zu Millionen legt , by Adolph Reich. Berg and David Kalisch, with music by August Conradi. Katharina Howard , by Eduard Jerrmann]. Endlich hat er es doch gut gemacht [by Albin von Meddlhammer]. Der letzte Mensch , by Carl Haffner. The organization of the following listing of theater newspapers is comparable to that of the above Index to Playbills ——the items are grouped first by theater name, in alphabetical order, and then listed chronologically, with each entry detailing the plays, operas, or operettas announced in that issue.
The holdings include one copy of each issue, unless multiple copies are noted. Dates primarily reflect the way the newspaper issue is dated; it was not possible to include the exact date s of performance of the individual works advertised. The announcements for the featured works in any given issue typically give a full cast listing. As in the Index to Playbills , this index also includes, at the end of the entry, works that are advertised only briefly, often as "In preparation.
Please note that the details given in this index about the content of theater newspapers concern only the theatrical performances advertised. Other types of content, including announcements of concerts, festivals, and other events, could not be taken into account here. The newspapers also usually give information about the theater management, and carry numerous business advertisements.
Following is an overview of the distribution of newspapers among theaters represented, and of masthead changes: Harmonie Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. New Park Theatre, Philadelphia, Pa. New Park Theatre Programme one issue 4. Saenger-Halle appears to have been an out-of-town venue for Sunday performances of the theater company that otherwise performed at Germania Theater in Philadelphia.
Turner-Halle appears to have functioned as a temporary venue in Philadelphia for the theater company that otherwise performed at Germania Theater. Das Geheimniss eines Nonnenklosters , by M. Die Macht der Arbei t, by C. Das Jubel-Paar , by M. Wenn Leute Geld haben! Die Seemannsbraut , comic opera by W.
Gilbert, with music by Sir Arthur Sullivan title of original: Pinafore , translated by Biedermann Also advertised: Banquier Ippelberger aus Leipzig , by C. Der Heimathschein , by Roderich Benedix. Mels Also advertised as "in preparation": Weller, with music by Gustav Steffens]. Romeo and Juliet [translator unknown]. Mariette und Jeanetton, oder: Ein ehrlicher Makler , by Leon Treptow.
Eine Civil-Ehe [by Adolph Reich]. Et Dukkehjem ; English: A Doll's House [translator unknown]. Weller, with music by [Adolf? This newspaper is generally in English, with performance announcements and cast listings given in both English and German. The printed edition of the play indicates that the accompanying music is by A. Lang, not by Conradi. Printed editions of the latter play give Pohl as the sole author.
This index is arranged alphabetically by author name, then by title of work. Playbills that carry announcements for performances of a given work are then listed chronologically, followed by theater newspapers related to that work, also listed chronologically. Playbills and theater newspapers pertain to Germania Theater, Philadelphia, unless otherwise specified.
This index and the following two indices to the playbills and theater newspapers comprise three interrelated parts: Alphabetical index by author of play, then by title 2. Alphabetical index by title of play, for plays of unidentified authorship 3.summit.vvinners.com/lyqyp-gato-rtico.php
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If the name of the translator or adapter could not be determined, and only the name of the author of the source work is known, then the author of the source work has been used for the main entry for the German play, with a note about the original work from which the play was translated.
Please keep in mind that not all works represented in the collection are included in this manual index but only the ones mentioned in the playbills and newspapers. For works that are represented solely by theater rehearsal materials Series I or by librettos Series II , the catalog records that have been created for those files in Franklin, the library's catalog, are accessible both by author or composer name and by title of the work to be performed.
The symbol [R] following the title of a play indicates that the Learned Collection also contains theater rehearsal materials for that play, in Series I. Die Dame mit den Camelien [R]. Der Pfarrer von Kirchfeld [R]. L'homme au masque de fer --see: Arter, Emil pseudonym for M. Le mariage aux lanternes --see under: Eine silberne Hochzeit, oder: Die alte Jungfer [R]. Mathilde, ein Weib wie es sein soll.
Die alte Schachtel --see: Einer von unsere Leut' --see under: Co-authored by Eduard Jacobson. Das Volk wie es weint und lockt [R]. Co-authored by David Kalisch, with music by August Conradi. Gilbert, with music by Arthur Sullivan. Based George Sand's story "Le grillon". Die Waise aus Lowood. Ein sehr delikater Auftrag [R]. Ein Tropfen Gift [R]. Anna, zu Dir ist mein liebster Gang. Un tigre du Bengale --see: Jane Eyre novel --see: Die Verlobung bei der Laterne [R].
Les deux orphelines --see under: Costa, Carl [pseudonym of Karl Kostia]: Under the Gaslight --see: Dobers, Hans member of Germania Theater, Philadelphia: La reine Margot novel --see: Die Heirath vor der Trommel adaptation of an unidentified work by Dumas. Le supplice d'une femme --see: Unter der Erde, oder: Die Wacht am Rhein [R].
Ihre Familie --see under: Le mariage dans le monde --see: Der Sohn auf Reisen. Die Heirath vor der Trommel. Die Heirath vor der Trommel: Eine Parthie 66, oder: Der Geigenmacher von Mittenwald. Co-authored by Hans Neuert. Die Rose von Bacharach. Die Sternschnuppe --see under: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von: Wie man Landluft geniesst [R]. Der Sohn der Wildnis [R]. Unser Doktor --see under: Ein Berliner im Schwarzwald [R]. Ein Berliner im Schwarzwald: Eine Nacht in Berlin [R]. With music by Adolf Lang. Notre-Dame de Paris novel --see: Der Budiker und sein Kind [R]--see under: Goldene Berge --see under: With music by Thuiskon Hauptner.
Die Tochter der Harfenistin --see under: Stadt und Land, oder: Einer von unsere Leut'.
Das Volk wie es weint und lacht [R]--see under: Orpheus in der Unterwelt [R]. Co-authored by Louis Herrmann. Die Anti-Xantippe, oder Krieg den Frauen. Der Herr Stadtmusikus und seine Kapelle [R]. Die Tochter Belial's [R]. Die Tochter der Harfenistin. Frisch, gesund und meschugge. With music by Rudolf Bial.
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Der Registrator auf Reisen. Eine Ehe von heute. German translation of an unidentified French play by Victorien Sardou. Bataille de dames --see: Maria und Magdalena [R]. Lortzing, Albert librettist as well as composer: Co-authored by Oskar Elsner. Handwerk hat goldenen Boden.
Co-authored by Heinrich Wilken. Weller; with music by Gustav Steffens. With music by Gustav Steffens. Meddlhammer, Albin published under the pseudonym: Endlich hat er es doch gut gemacht. Endlich hat er es doch gut gemacht: La vie parisienne --see: Co-authored by Otto Girndt. Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott. Die Hexe von Leonberg [R].
Im Wartesalon erster Klasse [R].
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Co-authored by Adolph L'Arronge. Einen Jux will er sich machen [R]. Der Geigenmacher von Mittenwald --see under: Die Schuld einer Frau. Die Macht der Arbeit [R]. Die Macht der Arbeit: Die alte Schachtel [R]. Based on a play of the same title by O. Berg; with music by Rudolf Bial. With music by August Conradi. Die Maurer von Berlin [R]. Verfehlter Beruf --see under: Verfehlter Beruf , below.
With music by Heinrich Wilhelm. Eine verfolgte Unschuld [R]. Der Meuchelmord auf dem Friedhofe. Der Meuchelmord auf dem Friedhofe: Das Schwert des Damokles. Robert und Bertram, oder: Die lustigen Vagabonden [R]. Der Weltumsegler wider Willen. Der Stumme von Manchester. Raupach, Ernst Benjamin Salomon: Ut mine stomtid novel --see: Roberts, Alexander, Baron von: Ein freier Mann [R]. Sacher-Masoch, Leopold, Ritter von: Der Budiker und sein Kind [R].
Comtesse Helene --see under: German translation of an unidentified French play by Sardou translator unknown. Sardou, Victorien --see also: Der Bombardier im Feuer. Scheffel, Joseph Viktor von: Der Fall Clemenceau --see: Die Braut von Messina, oder: Turandot, Prinzessin von China [R]. Die Gustel von Blasewitz [R]. Die eiserne Maske [R]. Die Memoiren des Teufels [R]. Washington, Befreier Nord-Amerikas [R]. Krieg im Frieden --see under: Der Raub der Sabinerinnen. Unsere Frauen [R]--see under: Frau Director Striese --see under: Der Raub der Sabinerinnen [R]--see under: Die Reise durch Philadelphia in 24 Stunden.
Hamlet In German translation. Othello, der Mohr von Venedig. Co-authored by Georg Engels; based on stories by Stinde about the family Buchholz. Der Freiknecht novel --see: Uncle Tom's Cabin novel --see: With music by Paul Sentz. Engelmann's Rache --see under: Die Tante aus Schwaben. Der Dorfbarbier --see under: Co-authored by Joseph Weidmann; with music by Johann Schenk.
Use checkboxes to select any of the filters that apply to this item. Oversized Materials other than newspapers. Index to Theater Newspapers: Index of Works by Unidentified Authors. Index by Composer Name. Powered by the DLA. Learned collection on German-language theater Register Ms. Learned, Marion Dexter, Title: Learned collection on German-language theater Date [bulk]: In German with some English. Comprises material relating to the production of German-language plays in Philadelphia, predominantly in the last quarter of the nineteenth century.
Material includes printed and manuscript plays with annotations, which served as prompt books; manuscript scenarios; lists of props, as well as a few actual props; role books; librettos; musical scores; playbills; and selected issues of German-language theater newspapers published in Philadelphia. Also includes a catalog of the Theater-Leihbibliothek, handwritten by Theodor Bloch, owner of the lending library.
Publication Information University of Pennsylvania: Arrangement Arranged alphabetically by author, then by title of work. Series Description This series comprises materials used by theater companies in preparing performances of plays. Jahn -- Kaiser Etwas Kleines. Kaiser Jagd-Abenteuer -- Karl. Kotzebue -- L'Arronge Doctor Klaus. L'Arronge Mein Leopold -- Lindau. Lortzing -- Mallachow and Elsner. Megerle -- Moser Der Bibliothekar. Tenelli -- Wichert Das eiserne Kreuz. Wichert Ein Schritt vom Wege -- Young. Series Description This series comprises librettos of operas or operettas as well as one work described in the subtitle as "Posse mit Gesang" , published in connection with performances.
Description Handwritten catalog created by Bloch, in a hard-covered notebook, of rehearsal materials available in his theater lending library located at N. Arrangment Arranged alphabetically by composer, then by title of work. Note With only one exception, musical scores are associated with plays for which theater rehearsal materials can be found in Series I; the location of those related materials is indicated. Arrangement Arranged alphabetically by name of theater, then chronologically. Note Oversized playbills are found in series VII.
Maennerchor Hall, Philadelphia, Turner-Halle, Philadelphia, , Newspapers of Germania Theater, Philadelphia. Germania Theater Zeitung , March - February Germania Theater Zeitung , December March Germania Theater Zeitung , March - October Germania Theater , February - February Newspapers of Other Theaters. New Park Theatre, Philadelphia, season , vol. Oversized Theater Newspapers laid flat. Oversized Theater Rehearsal Materials. Extra-Large Oversized Playbills and Posters. Fifth Street A performance of a German-language play at this location is advertised in the Turner Halle theater newspaper of May folder Third Street near the intersection with Spring Garden Opened on this site around fall , in Ladner's Miliary Hall, which was built in and operated by the brothers Fritz and Louis Ladner.
Eleventh Street corner of Brandywine German-language theater productions at this location are advertised in theater newspapers dating from to folder Arrangement and Description Clippings of newspaper advertisements for the following performances, listed in chronological order, are located in files for theater rehearsal materials in Series I. Arrangement and Description The following theater rehearsal materials are highlighted because they may possibly be of a provenance different from that of the other materials in the collection see Scope and Contents note, above.
Oswald, Die Theaterprobe , undated. Arrangement and Description The following listing of playbills in the collection is organized first by theater name, in alphabetical order. Residenz-Theater, Berlin, Germany one oversized playbill 8. Aurora Dramatic Circle playbill. Concordia Operetten-Theater Philadelphia, Pa. Concordia Operetten-Theater playbill oversized, 26" x 10".
Germania Theater Philadelphia, Pa. Germania Theater playbill six copies. Germania Theater playbill two copies. Germania Theater playbill bears handwritten emendations. Germania Theater playbill oversized, 21" x 9". Germania Theater playbill three copies.
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La Boheme, is a one-of-a-kind journey to a raw yet romantic place, to a sphere where people hunger for both artistic ideals and morsels of food. The princess of Babylon by Voltaire Book 2 editions published in in German and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide The aged Belus, king of Babylon, thought himself the first man upon earth; for all his courtiers told him so, and his historians proved it. We know that his palace and his park, situated at a few parafangs from Babylon, extended between the Euphrates and the Tigris, which washed those enchanted banks. His vast house, three thousand feet in front, almost reached the clouds.
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