Weill-Lenya Research Center collection of performance history records of Die Bürgschaft, 1932-[ongoing] (1932-1933, 1957-9999).

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Weill-Lenya Research Center collection of performance history records of Die Bürgschaft, 1932-[ongoing] (1932-1933, 1957-9999).

Weill-Lenya Research Center collection of performance history records of Die Bürgschaft, 1932-[ongoing] (1932-1933, 1957-9999).

Includes programs, press clippings, photographs, and related materials for stage productions, broadcasts, and film or video adaptations (if any) of the work, beginning with the March 1932 premiere at the Städtische Oper in Berlin, Germany. Posters, photographic prints (for productions prior to 1983), and recordings are filed in other series.

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