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Sadler"s Wells theatre under Charles Dibdin the Younger from 1800 to 1819

Anita Louise Press

Sadler"s Wells theatre under Charles Dibdin the Younger from 1800 to 1819

when Britannia ruled the stage.

by Anita Louise Press

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Published .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination357 leaves.
Number of Pages357
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15359283M
ISBN 100612119483

Biography. Dora Bright was born in Stanton Broom [citation needed], Sheffield, father was Augustus Bright, a cutlery manufacturer and hardware merchant. He was a grandson of the jeweller and watchmaker Isaac Bright, who had been one of the founders of Sheffield's Jewish community, having settled there c. Augustus also served as a vice consul for . Thomas Frognall Dibdin, (born , Calcutta [now Kolkata], India—died Novem , London, England), English bibliographer who helped to stimulate interest in bibliography by his own enthusiastic though often inaccurate books, by his share in founding the first English private publishing society, and by his beautifully produced catalog of Lord Spencer’s library (which .

Buy The professional life of Mr. Dibdin, by Charles Dibdin (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles Dibdin. Full text of "The selected songs of Charles Dibdin with illustrative notes, memoir, &c" See other formats.

Windle and Pippin note that this edition limited to copies. Dedication, preface, list of subscribers, corrigenda. An autobiography with information on bookselling and book collecting in the early 19th century, but with very little information on Dibdin himself. Frontispiece portrait of Dibdin and nine additional plates in text. The collection was authored by the prolific Charles Dibdin (). His son Thomas, in a brief biographical notice appended to the collective edition of his father's sea-songs, remarked: 'These songs have been the solace of sailors in long voyages, in storms, in battles; and they have been quoted in mutinies to the restoration of order Author: Charles DIBDIN.


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Sadler"s Wells theatre under Charles Dibdin the Younger from 1800 to 1819 by Anita Louise Press Download PDF EPUB FB2

Charles Isaac Mungo Dibdin (17 October – 15 January ), or Charles Pitt or Charles Dibdin the younger, as he was professionally known, was an English dramatist, composer, writer and theatre was perhaps best known for his proprietorship of the Sadler's Wells Theatre and for the pantomimes and satirical farces that he wrote, and which were staged at.

Charles Dibdin (before 4 March – 25 July ) was an English composer, musician, dramatist, novelist and actor. With over songs to his name, for many of which he wrote both the lyrics and the music and performed them himself, he was in his time the most prolific English singer-songwriter.

The first is to make available what survives of the delightful and innovative short operatic works that Charles Dibdin wrote for the theatre at Sadlers Wells near Islington in the s.

Five of these musical dialogues, as he called them, were published in short score in andand 15 more survive incomplete. Dibdin, Charles Isaac Mungo (): He was the illegitimate son of Charles Dibdin and Harriet Pitt.

He was also known as Charles Dibdin, the younger. Inhe became manager of Sadlers’ Wells but lost his fortune when a false fire alarm caused a stampede and eighteen people died. 1st Performance: Theatre: Adelphi: Source.

The first theatre at Sadler’s Wells was built in the late 17th century, since when six successive theatres for the performing arts have occupied the site. Located in the then relatively rural surrounds of Clerkenwell on the outer fringes of the City, the first theatre owed its origins to the.

Charles Dibdin, (baptized MaSouthampton, Hampshire, England—died JLondon), composer, author, actor, and theatrical manager whose sea songs and operas made him one of the most popular English composers of the late 18th century.

A chorister at Winchester Cathedral, Dibdin went to London at worked for a music publisher, and. Biographical material, concerning individuals including Grimaldi, actor/manager Samuel Phelps and the Dibdin family of dramatists/managers; Photographs (loose and in albums) of productions, sets and actors (ss) Illustrations and descriptions of the Sadler's Wells theatre buildings (mainly 19th century).

Performed in London for the first time, Lord of the Flies is a thrilling new dance production, inspired by William Golding’s classic dystopian novel. The action is transferred from deserted island to deserted theatre, as a group of schoolboys find themselves abandoned.

A Complete History Of The English Stage V5 () [Dibdin, Charles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Complete History Of The English Stage V5 ()Author: Charles Dibdin.

Page 49 - Sweet sailing with a favoring breeze ; But, oh. much sweeter than all these, Is Jack's delight — his lovely Nan. The needle, faithful to the north, To show of constancy the worth, A curious lesson teaches man ; The needle, time may rust — a squall Capsize the binnacle and all, Let seamanship do all it can; My love in worth shall higher rise: Nor time shall rust, nor squalls 5/5(1).

Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Addenda (p): Songs selected from the works of T.

DibdinSongs from the works of C. Dibdin, junNational songs, from popular authors. : Songs Of The Late Charles Dibdin: With A Memoir () (): Charles Dibdin, T. Dibdin, George Cruikshank: Books. DIBDIN, CHARLES (–), dramatist and song-writer, was born at Southampton on or before 4 March The date is commonly but inaccurately given; his baptismal register shows that he was privately baptised, being no doubt sickly at birth, on 4 March, and christened on the 26th at Holyrood Church, Southampton, where his father.

Had this book been any longer, I probably wouldnt have finished it. For such a short book it takes a very long time for the story to get going in earnest.

The story takes place in three separate (but connected) times. Two of these are dull. One is vaguely interesting but quite under-explored/5. Yesterday evening a meeting of the inhabitants of the borough of Finsbury was held in Sadler’s Wells Theatre, for the purpose of supporting the views and objects of the Metropolitan Parliamentary and Financial Reform Association, Sir Joshua Walmsley, M.P., in the chair.

Charles Dibdin’s Shakespearean serenata, Datchet Mead, performed at the Sans Souci theatre in the Strand, celebrated the wedding, and was dedicated to Queen Charlotte.

At a time when the Napoleonic Wars were a source of national anxiety and distress, the serenata’s patriotic sentiments were welcome: ‘Bright gleam’d the moon.

Michael Dibdin has 37 books on Goodreads with ratings. Michael Dibdin’s most popular book is The Last Sherlock Holmes Story. Charles Dibdin (). Blow High. Blow Low. William Stanley Braithwaite, ed.

The Book of Georgian Verse. Physical description. Music sheet for Tom Bowling with the title in large letters under the words, "This edition is sung by Sims Reeves". Place of Origin. London (published) Date. nineteenth century (published) Artist/maker.

Dibdin, Charles, born - died (composers). p41 edition 01/04 Masachika Ichimura as the Shogun Ieyasu Tokugawa, reacts ahead of performing a scene from Anjin: The Shogun & the English Samurai, at Sadlers Wells Theatre in central London.

Charles Dibdin was born in Southampton on Mathe eighteenth son of a poor silvermaker. Before his death in he became one of the most celebrated songwriters in Britain. Although his music is not currently highly regarded, the patriotism and sentiment embodied in his songs reflect his times at least as well as history books.Dibdin, Charles.

Dibdin, Charles, English composer; b. Dibdin, near Southampton (baptized), Ma ; d. London, J From to he was a chorister at Winchester Cathedral. He took lessons there from Kent and Fussell, but was chiefly self-taught in composition. At he went to London.Charles Dibdin was an English dramatist, actor and songwriter.

His son Charles Isaac Mungo Pitt Dibdin wrote plays and pantomimes, and owned and managed Sadler's Wells Theatre. A younger son, Thomas John Pitt Dibdin composed some 2, songs in the style of the elder Dibdin; his most successful dramatic work was the pantomime of Mother Goose.