Incidental music for Coriolanus [manuscript], 1890s?

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Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Incidental music for Coriolanus [manuscript], 1890s?

Incidental music for Coriolanus [manuscript], 1890s?

Orchestral part books consisting of manuscript cues followed by printed items pasted into the parts. The only manuscript music content is one piece (identified simply as "no. 5") in the second violin part. Several printed items published in the 1890s. Printed pieces: Grand concert march "gladiator" by H.O. Wheeler; Mendelssohn's "Spring song" arranged by Theo. Moses; Gottschalk's The dying poet arranged by Geo. Loesch; an arrangement of M. Moszkowsky's Serenade; Gounod's La reine de Saba marche et cortège arranged by T. Moses-Tobani; Gounod's Ave Maria arranged by Theo. Moses; Chopin's Funeral march and Beethoven's Funeral march both arranged by Theo. Moses and issued together. The piano part includes Theo. Moses' arrangements of Balfe's "Then you'll remember me" and an unidentified piece by Viktor E. Nessler.

10 part books ; 31 x 23 cm.

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