4 measures from the ballad "Da wuchs in Isenlanden" from the composer's operetta "Die lustigen Nibelungen." Notated in ink on card stock within borders rule in black with accompanying calligraphic text. With photographic excerpt from a contemporary publication depicting the cast of the operetta laid down.
Very slightly worn.
Die lustigen Nibelungen was first performed in Vienna on November 12, 1904.
Straus, an Austrian composer and conductor, quite well-known for his operettas and salon music, studied with Grädener on the recommendation of Brahms and then went to Berlin in 1891 as a pupil of Bruch. ["He] composed much cheerful, lilting music in the Viennese operetta style, eminently piquant and charming..." Andrew Lamb in Grove Music Online.
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