1 edition of Conrad and Medora; or, Harlequin corsair and the little fairy at the bottom of the sea found in the catalog.
Conrad and Medora; or, Harlequin corsair and the little fairy at the bottom of the sea
by Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand, (Opposite Southampton Street, Covent Garden Market) in London
Written in English
First performed at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, on Friday, December 26th, 1856.
|Statement||founded upon the Ballet of "Le Corsaire" ; by William Brough, author of Perdita, or the royal milkmaid, Prince Prettypet and the butterfly.|
|Series||Lacy"s acting edition -- 423|
|Contributions||Adam, Adolphe, 1803-1856., Lacy, Thomas Hailes, 1809-1873, publisher.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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The Corsair by Lord Byron. The Corsair: A Tale was Lord Byron's much anticipated and influential work, selling over ten thousand copies its first day of publication, February 1, It is structured as three voluminous cantos (similar to Dante's Inferno, which he references at the opening of each of his), followed by several individual poems which can be read alone, or as part of this volume. The plot revolves around the life of Conrad, the Corsair from the poem’s title. The first canto details Conrad’s decision to raid the riches of the Sultan Seyd, and his wife’s endeavours to make him change his mind and stay at home. The second canto details the raid itself. Conrad and his men launch their attack on Syed.
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Get this from a library. Conrad and Medora, or, Harlequin corsair and the little fairy at the bottom of the sea: a new Christmas burlesque and pantomime founded upon the. Get this from a library. The corsair, or, The little fairy at the bottom of the sea: a new Christmas burlesque and pantomime, founded upon the ballet of Le corsaire.
[William Brough]. Brough, William, Conrad and Medora: or, Harlequin corsair, and the little fairy at the bottom of the sea: a new Christmas burlesque and pantomime / (London: T. Lacy, ) (page images at HathiTrust). CONRAD THE CORSAIR: [burlesque] Txt Walch; Mus. [n/e] Also known as Conrad and Medora, it is believed to have been adapted from William Brough's burlesque pantomime Conrad and Medora; Or, Harlequin Little Fairy at the Bottom of the Sea ().
Adelphi Theatre, Sydney; Feb. [11 pfms] - Cooper; S Art. The Corsair is a tale in verse by Lord Byron published in (see in poetry) by John Murray in London, which was extremely popular and influential when published and throughout the century following, selling ten thousand copies on its first day of sale.
The work was dedicated to Thomas Moore. Conrad and Medora ; or, Harlequin corsair, and The little fairy at the bottom of the sea: a new Christmas burlesque and pantomime / by William Brough Brough, William, [ Book: ] At State Library of NSW.
CONRAD AND MEDORA. CRUEL CORSAIR AND THE LITTLE FAIRY AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA, THE. Content note: Alternative title: The cruel Corsair and the little fairy Harlequin corsair and the little fairy at the bottom of the sea book the bottom of the sea.
Founded on Lord Byron's dramatic poem "The Corsair." Associated people: author:. Conrad and Medora; or, Harlequin corsair and the little fairy at the bottom of the sea: a new Christmas burlesque and pantomime / founded upon the Ballet of "Le Corsaire" ; by William Brough, author of Perdita, or the royal milkmaid, Prince Prettypet and the butterfly.
Find and read more books you’ll love, and keep track of the books you want to read. Be part of the world’s largest community of book lovers on Goodreads. First, I have to say that “The Corsair” is a tale told in verse, as it’s very long I have chosen three verses: verses X, XI and XII from the First Canto which is as an introduction of the characters, theirs roles and the story and, of course, the presentation of the protagonist called Conrad.
The Pamphlets and Tables subseries includes two pamphlets, "A Short and Easy Method with the Deists" by Charles Leslie () and "Conrad and Medora; or, Harlequin Corsair and the Little Fairy at the Bottom of the Sea" by William Brough (undated).
A printed table, "Table of Ranges of Temperature on a Journey up the Nile, and through the 'Long. Original title: Conrad and Medora; or, harlequin corsair and the little fairy at the bottom of the sea: a new Christmas burlesque and pantomime / by William Brough. Original published: London: T.H.
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The Corsair is a canto within a canto. I am somehow amazed to see a very coherent poetic pro "Then give me all I ever asked — a tear." I thought I might find Byron, even if he's the most rockstar of them all, a nuisance like Wordsworth in the English Romantics/5(25).
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The ballet "Le Corsaire" was inspired by George Gordon Noel Byron's (Lord Byron's) poem "The Corsair." This is a poem in three Cantos and the word corsair refers to a pirate operating in the Mediterranean Sea. My knowledge of the ballet is from two versions, the Kirov Ballet production and the American Ballet Theatre production.