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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered musical compositions. General works about opera are entered under the heading: Opera. Variant forms: Burlettas, Comic operas , Intermezzos (Operas), Light operas, Opera buffas, Opera serias, OpeĢras comiques, Operettas, Puppet operas, Singspiels.

Found in 117 Collections and/or Records:

A Doll's House, July-August 1937

Identifier: M123.02.0395.0006.00001
Abstract Program for "A Doll's House" produced by the Central City Opera House Association and Richard Aldrich. Cast includes: Ruth Gordon (Nora Helmer), Inga Hill (Ellen), Harold Johnsrud (Porter), Walter Slezak (Thorwald Helmer), Margaret Waller (Christina Linden), Dennis King (Doctor Rank), Sam Jaffe (Nils Krogstad), Hope Landin (Anna), Larry Hawkins (Emmy), Bud Hawkins (Ivar), and Roger Thomas (Thor).Production Staff includes: Donald Oenslager (scenic/costume design), Jed...
Dates: July-August 1937

A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Bartered Bride, 1977 July

Identifier: M123.02.0395.0042.00001
Abstract Program from the Central City Opera House Association's 1977 productions of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "The Bartered Bride." A Midsummer Night's Dream Production staff includes: David Effron (conductor), Bodo Igesz (stage director), Robert O'Hearn (lighting design), Suzanne Mess (costume design), Duain Wolfe (director, children's chorus) Cast includes: John Ferrante (Oberon), Gwendolyn Bradley (Tytania), Dana Bashor (Puck), Brian Trampler...
Dates: 1977 July

AcU - Music - Musicals and Opera Photos, 1974-1999

Identifier: U201.01.0070.0007

Black and white photographic prints, negatives, and contact sheets of live action shots from productions and candids of casts of musicals and operas in the music department at the University of Denver.

Dates: 1974-1999

AcU Opera Workshop, 1966 February

Identifier: U201.01.0070.0007.00001

Photographic image of two students, one female, one male, sitting on stage during an opera workshop at the University of Denver in February 1966. Both individuals appear to be acting, as the man is speaking or singing and pointing, and the woman is looking to where he is pointing.

Dates: 1966 February

Blanche Thebom Opera Workshop, 1977 July 18

Identifier: U201.01.0070.0007.00004

Blanche Thebom opera workshop at the University of Denver, 7/18/1977.

Dates: 1977 July 18

Blanche Thebom Opera Workshop, 1977 July 18

Identifier: U201.01.0070.0007.00004.00001

Blanche Thebom raises her arms as she speaks to students in an auditorium during an opera workshop at the University of Denver on 7/18/1977. Behind her, onstage, an individual sits at a piano while another individual stands onstage next to the piano listening to Blanche Thebom.

Dates: 1977 July 18

Box 1: Opera Scores

 File — Box M431.0001: Series M431.01 [Barcode: U186023275420]
Identifier: M431.01.0001

Box 1 contains scores used by Nathaniel Merrill. Scores include: "L'Elisir D'Amore" Act I and II; "Albert Herring" Act I, II, and III; "Les Contes d'Hoffman" Prologue and Act I.

Dates: 1979

Box 2: Denver Grand Opera "Mignon", 1944

 File — Box D022.0002: Series D022.01; Series D022.02; Series D022.03; Series D022.04; Series D022.05; Series D022.07 [Barcode: U186022113780]
Identifier: D022.01.0002

This box contains oversize photos from the photoshoot for Denver Grand Opera's production of "Mignon."

Dates: 1944

Box 10: Publicity and Clippings, 1949-1950

 File — Box M123.0010: Series M123.04 [Barcode: U186018613956]
Identifier: M123.04.0010

This box contains (7) file folders including: publicity and correspondence for "Die Fledermaus", "Madame Butterfly", "Don Pasquale", "The Devil's Disciple", "Diamond Lil"; clippings.

Dates: 1949-1950

Box 11: Clippings and Publicity Files, 1951

 File — Box M123.0011: Series M123.04 [Barcode: U186018613964]
Identifier: M123.04.0011

This box contains (5) file folders including: publicity and correspondence for ''Amelia Goes to the Ball,'' ''The Beautiful Galatea,'' ''Don Pasquale,'' ''Romeo and Juliet,'' ''The Wives of Henry VIII,'' ''The Constant Wife''; clippings.

Dates: 1951