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"Maritana" is a grand opera in three acts composed by William Vincent Wallace, with a libretto by Edward Fitzball. The opera is based on the 1844 play Don César de Bazan by Adolphe d'Ennery and Philippe François Pinel Dumanoir, which was also the source material for Jules Massenet's opéra comique Don César de Bazan.
- also known as Maritana (medley)
- language: English Language
- music by William Vincent Wallace
"Maritana" is a book by William Vincent Wallace.
- also known as "Maritana; containing the original English text, and the music of all the principal airs"
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Wallace, whose Maritana is a work of great power, beauty of thought, and musical expression. In harmony with the new studies of these composers has sprung up a race of new ...
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It presented not only light opera, but began giving the more tuneful of the grand operas, such as The Bohemian Girl, Maritana, Martha, Faust, Romeo and Juliet, and Der Freischutz, all in English. Next, Savage daringly ventured upon ...
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