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"Feramors" is an opera in two acts by Anton Rubinstein to a libretto by Julius Rodenberg. The story is based on Lalla Rookh by the Irish poet Thomas Moore. The opera was composed in 1862.
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Modern Music and Musicians: The great composers, part 2. Critical and biographical sketches on modern music ; Pronouncing dictionary of musical terms ; Biographical dictionary of musicians (1918)
” Vienna brought out, in 1861, “Die Kinder der Haide”; Dresden, in 1863, “ Feramors” ...
by Barrie Jones
Feramors opera by Anton Rubinstein (libretto, in German, by J Rodenberg, based on ...
by William Lines Hubbard
Feramors — Opera in three acts, music by Rubinstein, words by Roden- berg, adapted from Moore's " Lalla Rookh," first produced at Dresden in 1863. Fernand Cortez; ou, La Conquete du Mexique (The Conquest of Mexico) — French opera ...
by Daniel Jones, Beverley Collins, Inger M. Mees
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by Daniel Gregory Mason
Feramors, or Lalla Rookh (3-act German lyric opera, 1863); Der Thurm zu Babel, German sacred ...
by George Grove
An opera in two acts by Anton Rubinstein (name afterwards changed to 'Feramors"), produced at Dresden, March 1863.
by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland, Waldo Selden Pratt, Charles Newell Boyd
An opera in two acts by Anton Rubinstein (name afterwards changed to ' Feramors '), produced at Dresden, March 1863.
by Louis Charles Elson
Other musical works based on Thomas Moore's poem are " PARADISE AND THE PERI," the "VEILED PROPHET," Anton Rubinstein's opera " Feramors," composed for the Russian court; C. E. Horn's opera, Dublin, 1822. Lalo (Eduard Victor ...
by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
“Dmitri Donskoi,” “Khadzhi Abrek,” “The Siberian Hunters,” “ Tomka the Fool,” “Demon,” “Feramors,” “Merchant Kalashnikov,” “The Children of the Steppes,” “The Maccabeans,” “Nero,” “The Parrot,” “With the Outlaws,” “ Goryusha” ...
The Jewish Encyclopedia (1909)
A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Cyrus Adler, Isidore Singer
“ Dmitri Donskoi," “Khadzhi Abrek,” “The Siberian Hunters," “Tomka the Fool,” “Demon,” “Feramors,” “Merchant Kalashnikov,” “ The Children of the Steppes, " “ The Maccabeans,” “ Nero,” “The Parrot,” “With the Outlaws, ” “ Goryusha”; and ...
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