Wien-Leipzig: Universal-Edition A.-G. Nr.6137, 1919.
Small octavo. Original publisher's printed wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (performance and copyright information), [iii] (notice of appreciation to the city of Frankfurt and its opera house), [iv] (printer's note), 5-83, [i] (publisher's advertisement) pp.
Wrappers worn; spine frayed. Slightly worn; previous owner's signature handstamp to upper wrapper and title.
First performed at the Frankfurt Opera House 21 January 1920. Text by the composer.
"In this middle period Schreker’s works have an undeniable element of Wagnerian harmony and dramaturgy. This is particularly true of Der Schatzgräber, his most popular opera, in which he achieved a balance of harmonic languages resembling that achieved by Strauss in Der Rosenkavalier." Christopher Hailey in Grove Music Online.
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