Berlin: Ed. Bote & G. Bock [PN 15462], [ca. 1915]. Large octavo. Full dark brown cloth, titling gilt to spine. 1f. (recto title, verso cast list and contents), 3-66 pp.
Library de-accession handstamps to endpapers and upper margin of title. Browne; occasional minor chips at tears to edges or corners of leaves, not affecting music.
L’île de Tulipatan, to a libretto by Chivot and Duru, was first performed in Paris at the Bouffes-Parisiens on September 30, 1868.
"[Offenbach] was, with Johann Strauss (ii), one of the two composers of outstanding significance in popular music of the 19th century and the composer of some of the most exhilaratingly gay and tuneful music ever written... Moreover, it was through the success of Offenbach’s works abroad that operetta became an established international genre, producing outstanding national exponents in Strauss, Sullivan and Lehár and evolving into the 20th-century musical." Andrew Lamb in Grove Music Online. Item #29209
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