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Gustavus III., or, The masked ball grand tragic opera in five acts with ballet

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Published by Volksfreund] in [Cincinnati, Ohio .
Written in English

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  • Operas -- Librettos

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Edition Notes

Other titlesGustavus III, The masked ball
Statementfrom the French by E. Scribe ; music by D.F.E. Auber ; translated by H.A. Rattermann
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
ContributionsRattermann, H. A. 1832-1923, Scribe, Eugène, 1791-1861
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination40 p
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15205954M

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Gustav III (24 January [O.S. 13 January] – 29 March ) note on dates was King of Sweden from until his assassination in He was the eldest son of Adolf Frederick, King of Sweden and Queen Louise Ulrika (a sister of King Frederick the Great of Prussia), and a first cousin of Empress Catherine the Great of Russia by reason of their common descent from Christian August of. Un ballo in maschera (A Masked Ball) is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe text, by Antonio Somma, was based on Eugène Scribe's libretto for Daniel Auber's five act opera, Gustave III, ou Le bal masqué.. The plot concerns the assassination in of King Gustav III of Sweden who was shot, as the result of a political conspiracy, while attending a masked ball, dying of. Verdi: Masked Ball. Chandos: CHAN Buy 2 CDs or download online. Susan Patterson (Amelia), Linda Richardson (Oscar), Jill Grove (Mme & Ulrike Arvidson), Dennis O’Neill (Gustavus III of Sweden), Anthony Michaels-Moore (Count Anckerström), Christopher Purves (Count Ribbing); Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, London Philharmonic Orchestra, David Parry.   It’s nice to see Minnesota Opera staging Un Ballo in Maschera (A Masked Ball). Minnesota Opera’s decision to return the opera to its original setting in the glittering court of Sweden’s King Gustavus III was apt. (The censors in Rome forced Verdi to change the location to colonial Boston, with the king demoted to colonial.

King Gustav III of Sweden is best known for being mortally wounded during a masked ball at the Royal Opera House in Stockholm, Sweden and dying thirteen days later. The incident was the subject of Giuseppe Verdi’s opera Un Ballo in Maschera (A Masked Ball). Get this from a library! Gustavus of Sweden, or, The masked ball: a historical drama in two acts. [Thomas James Thackeray]. Upon this Scribe libretto the book of "Un Ballo in Maschera" is based. Verdi’s opera was originally called "Gustavo III," and, like the Scribe-Auber work, was written around the assassination of Gustavus III, of Sweden, who, Ma , was shot in the back during a masked ball at Stockholm. GUSTAVUS III. (). King of Sweden from to He was born Janu , and succeeded his father, Adolphus Frederick (q.v.), in , at a period when the royal power had almost disappeared before the encroachments of the nobility, and the country was distracted by the strife of the rival political parties known as the “Hats” and “Caps.” (See Caps and Hats.).