London, Mayence: Schott & Co., B. Schott's Söhne [PN 7110 bis], [ca. 1890]. Large octavo. Half yellow cloth with textured paper boards, titling gilt to spine. 1f. (title), 1f. (cast list and contents), 253, [i] (blank) pp.
Small tape repair to verso of title and second leaf.
"[Auber] was the foremost representative of this genre in 19th-century France... In the important and more serious works of his middle creative period (L’ambassadrice, 1836; Le domino noir, 1837; Les diamants de la couronne, 1841; La part du diable, 1843; and Haydée, 1847) the solo arias gain in individuality, musical expressiveness and harmonic depth, influenced by the drame lyrique." Herbert Schneider in Grove Music Online. Item #28518
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