[Binder's Collection: Mary Waddington]

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Bound compilation of sheet music from the collection of Thurman Morrison, compiled by Mary Alsop King Waddington, an author who was born in New York, but lived in France beginning in 1871, and was married to French statesman William Henry Waddington. This volume consists largely of excerpts from operatic works, particularly by Gaetano Donizetti, Saverio Mercadante, Gioacchino Rossini, and Giuseppe Verdi. Most works were published in Paris, with a few published in Mayence (present-day Mainz), Vienna, and Boston.

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354 p. ; 33 cm.

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Waddington, Mary King, 1833-1923 1820/1859.

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Arranger

  • Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883 arranger for voice and piano of La Favorite: opéra en 4 actes > No. 11, Air, chanté par Mme. Stotz, the nineteenth selection in M1619.K55.

Composers

  • Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848 composer of Nuits d'été à Pausilippe; Linda di Chamounix: Oper > No. 2, Cavatina, Romance und Ballàta; Lucie de Lamermoor: opera seria in tre atti > No. 6, Il pallor funesto orrendo; La Favorite: opéra en 4 actes > No. 11, Air, chanté par Mme. Stotz; Maria Padilla: opera in tre atti > No. 13, Recitativo e duetto; Quanto amore; Quanto è bella, quanto è cara; and Al dolce guidami, the eighth, seventeenth, eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth, twenty-sixth, twenty-seventh, and thirty-second selections in M1619.K55.
  • Mercadante, Saverio, 1795-1870 composer of Dio, che obliai, tu che d'un guardo; La pesca; I briganti > Aria di Amelia; Elisa, oh ciel!; Se m'abbandoni bella speranza; and Tiranno amore, the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, twenty-eighth, and twenty-ninth selections in M1619.K55.
  • Rossini, Gioacchino, 1792-1868 composer of Stabat Mater; Non temer, La pesca, Pensa alla patria, and Assisa a pie d'un salice, the sixth, tenth, eleventh, thirtieth, and thirty-third selections in M1619.K55.
  • Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901 composer of Attila: dramma lirico in quattro atti > No. 3 bis, La même; Nabucodonosor: lyrische Tragödie in 4 Acten > 2ter Act > No. 9 B, S'appressan gl'istanti; Il trovatore: dramma lirico in quattro parti > No. 15, Abuso forse quel poter che pieno; Il trovatore: dramma lirico in quattro parti > No. 16, Sì, la stanchezza m'opprime, o figlio; Selections from the opera of Il trovatore > 1, Canzone, Stride la vampa, the twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-third, twenty-fourth, and twenty-fifth selections in M1619.K55.
  • Millet, E. (Emile), b. 1813 composer of Le petit oiseau; Maître Wolframb: prière; and Terzettino de camera, the first, third, and fourth selections in M1619.K55.
  • Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847 composer of Six two-part songs for female voices > 2, The passage bird's farewell and 6 celebrated duetts > No. 1, I would that my love, the eighth and ninth selections in M1619.K55.
  • Pacini, Giovanni, 1796-1867 composer of Terzettino della benedizione and Saffo: tragedia lirica in tre parti > No. 2, Scena e Cavatina, Ah! con lui mi fu rapita, the fifth and seventh selections in M1619.K55.
  • Bellini, Vincenzo, 1801-1835 composer of D'un pensiero, d'un accento, the thirty-first selection in M1619.K55.
  • Niedermeyer, Louis, 1802-1861 composer of Le lac, the second selection in M1619.K55.
  • Paisiello, Giovanni, 1740-1816 composer of Il mio ben quando verrà, the thirty-fourth selection in M1619.K55.

Contributor

  • Scribe, Eugène, 1791-1861 credited as lyricist on La Favorite: opéra en 4 actes > No. 11, Air, chanté par Mme. Stotz, the nineteenth selection in M1619.K55.

Librettists

  • Cammarano, Salvatore, 1801-1852 librettist for Lucie de Lamermoor: opera seria in tre atti > No. 6, Il pallor funesto orrendo; Il trovatore: dramma lirico in quattro parti > No. 15, Abuso forse quel poter che pieno; and Il trovatore: dramma lirico in quattro parti > No. 16, Sì, la stanchezza m'opprime, o figlio, the eighteenth, twenty-third, and twenty-fourth selections in M1619.K55.
  • Romani, Felice, 1788-1865 librettist for D'un pensiero, d'un accento: cantabile nell'opera La sonnambula and Al dolce guidami: cavatina nella Anna Bolena, the thirty-first and thirty-second selections in M1619.K55
  • Bendelari, Augusto librettist for Selections from the opera of Il trovatore > 1, Canzone, Stride la vampa, the twenty-fifth selection in M1619.K55.
  • Crescini, Jacopo, 1798-1848 librettist for I briganti > Aria di Amelia: cantata della sigra, the fourteenth selection in M1619.K55.
  • Metastasio, Pietro, 1698-1782 librettist for La pesca (Rossini), the eleventh selection in M1619.K55.
  • Rossi, Gaetano, 1774-1855 librettist for Dio, che obliai, tu che d'un guardo; Maria Padilla: opera in tre atti > No. 13, Recitativo e duetto, 2 sop, Ines! mia dolce suora!; and Linda di Chamounix: Oper > No. 2, Cavatina, Romance und Ballàta, the twelfth, thirteenth, and seventeenth selections in M1619.K55.
  • Royer, Alphonse, 1803-1875 librettist for La Favorite: opéra en 4 actes > No. 11, Air, chanté par Mme. Stotz, the nineteenth selection in M1619.K55.
  • Vaëz, Gustave, 1812-1862 librettist for La Favorite: opéra en 4 actes > No. 11, Air, chanté par Mme. Stotz, the nineteenth selection in M1619.K55.
  • Solera, Temistocle, 1815-1878 librettist for Attila: dramma lirico in quattro atti > No. 3 bis, La même, transposée, Allor che i forti corrono and Nabucodonosor: lyrische Tragödie in 4 Acten > 2ter Act > No. 9 B, S'appressan gl'istanti, the twenty-first and twenty-second selections in M1619.K55.
  • Piave, Francesco Maria, 1810-1876 librettist for Attila: dramma lirico in quattro atti > No. 3 bis, La même, transposée, Allor che i forti corrono, the twenty-first selection in M1619.K55.
  • Ventignano, Cesare della Valle, duca di, 1776-1860 librettist for Non temer cavatina del Maometto II, the tenth selection in M1619.K55.

Others

Translators

  • Sprague, Charles J. (Charles James), 1823-1903 translator for Selections from the opera of Il trovatore > 1, Canzone, Stride la vampa, the twenty-fifth selection in M1619.K55.
  • Crevel de Charlemagne, Louis, b. 1806 translator of French version of La pesca (Rossini), the eleventh selection in M1619.K55.
  • Friedrich, G. translator of German version of La pesca (Rossini), the eleventh selection in M1619.K55.
  • Proch, Heinrich translator of German version of Linda di Chamounix: Oper > No. 2, Cavatina, Romance und Ballàta and Nabucodonosor: lyrische Tragödie in 4 Acten > 2ter Act > No. 9 B, S'appressan gl'istanti, the seventeenth and twenty-second selections in M1619.K55.

Publishers

  • Choudens
    Publisher Info: publisher of Le petit oiseau (1); Terzettino de camera (4); Quanto è bella, quanto è cara (27); Pensa alla patria (30); D'un pensiero, d'un accento (31); Al dolce guidami (32); Assisa a pie d'un salice (33); and Il mio ben quando verrà (34) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • B. Schott
    Publisher Info: in present-day Mainz, publisher of Stabat Mater (6); La pesca (11, Rossini) and La pesca (13, Mercadante) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Mayence
  • Chez les fils de B. Schott
    Publisher Info: in present-day Mainz, publisher of Nuits d'été à Pausilippe (8) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Mayence
  • Blanchet
    Publisher Info: publisher of Quanto amore (26) and Se m'abbandoni bella speranza (28) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Carli
    Publisher Info: publisher of Non temer (10) and Elisa, oh ciel! (15) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Léon Escudier
    Publisher Info: publisher of Il trovatore: dramma lirico in quattro parti > No. 15, Abuso forse quel poter che pieno (23) and Il trovatore: dramma lirico in quattro parti > No. 16, Sì, la stanchezza m'opprime, o figlio (24) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Diabelli
    Publisher Info: publisher of Linda di Chamounix: Oper > No. 2, Cavatina, Romance und Ballàta (17) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Vienna
  • A. Diabelli
    Publisher Info: publisher of Nabucodonosor: lyrische Tragödie in 4 Acten > 2ter Act > No. 9 B, S'appressan gl'istanti (22) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Vienna
  • W. Dubois
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of Six two-part songs for female voices, with accompaniment for the piano forte and English & German words op. 63 > 2, The passage bird's farewell (8) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: New York
  • A. Fiot
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of Six two-part songs for female voices, with accompaniment for the piano forte and English & German words op. 63 > 2, The passage bird's farewell (8) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Philadelphia
  • Bernard Latte
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of Saffo: tragedia lirica in tre parti > No. 2, Scena e Cavatina, Ah! con lui mi fu rapita (7) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Chez Bernard Latte
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of Tiranno amore (29) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Edmond Mayaud
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of Saffo: tragedia lirica in tre parti > No. 2, Scena e Cavatina, Ah! con lui mi fu rapita (7) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Scharfenberg & Luis
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of Tiranno amore (29) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: New York
  • Brandus
    Publisher Info: publisher of La Favorite: opéra en 4 actes > No. 11, Air, chanté par Mme. Stotz (19) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Bureau Central de Musique
    Publisher Info: publisher of Attila: dramma lirico in quattro atti > No. 3 bis, La même (21) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Pacini
    Publisher Info: publisher of I briganti > Aria di Amelia (14) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Chez Pacini
    Publisher Info: publisher of Maître Wolframb: prière (3) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Magazin de musique de Pacini
    Publisher Info: publisher of Terzettino della benedizione (5) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Geo. P. Reed & Co.
    Publisher Info: publisher of 6 celebrated duetts > No. 1, I would that my love (9) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Boston
  • G.P. Reed & Co.
    Publisher Info: publisher of Selections from the opera of Il trovatore > 1, Canzone, Stride la vampa (25) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Boston
  • L. Mayaud
    Publisher Info: publisher of Lucie de Lamermoor: opera seria in tre atti > No. 6, Il pallor funesto orrendo (18) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Launer
    Publisher Info: publisher of Dio, che obliai, tu che d'un guardo (12) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris
  • Schonenberger
    Publisher Info: publisher of Maria Padilla: opera in tre atti > No. 13, Recitativo e duetto, 2 sop, Ines! mia dolce suora! (20) in M1619.K55.
    Place of Publication: Paris

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Bound compilation of sheet music from the collection of Thurman Morrison, compiled by Mary Alsop King Waddington, an author who was born in New York, but lived in France beginning in 1871, and was married to French statesman William Henry Waddington. This volume consists largely of excerpts from operatic works, particularly by Gaetano Donizetti, Saverio Mercadante, Gioacchino Rossini, and Giuseppe Verdi. Most works were published in Paris, with a few published in Mayence (present-day Mainz), Vienna, and Boston.

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354 p. ; 33 cm.

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Waddington, Mary King, 1833-1923. [Binder's Collection: Mary Waddington], score, 1820/1859; Paris. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1706042/: accessed October 5, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Music Library.

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