THE MORN BREAKS ALL BEAUTIFUL AND BRIGHT

By: AUBER, Daniel &

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THE MORN BREAKS ALL BEAUTIFUL AND BRIGHT by AUBER, Daniel & RYAN, Richard .( BARNETT, John Arr).:
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London , Goulding & D'Almaine . 1829. With ornate lettered titles and a superb lithographic portrait by the notable early artist J.W. Gear of the major male cast members Messrs. Braham, Yarnold and Bland appearing in their characters in the Grand Opera by Auber and Kenny, Masaniello or the Dumb Girl of Portici. They appear in singing pose in the foreground and in the background are groups of performers dancing by the shore and further away the sails of fishing boats The French composer Daniel Auber ( 1782-1871) wrote many operas of great merit between 1819-69 including Masaniello(1828) Frau Diavalo (1830) and La Barcarolle (1845) as well as concertos and piano pieces. Rather falling out of favour after his death he was fiercely defended as a very fine composer of opera by Brown & Stratton in their 1886 book. This song adaptation for the Theatre Royal, London by Richard Ryan, who in 1830 wrote the lyric My Bark shall Tempt the Seas No More, though otherwise obscure and probably added this to Playwright James Kenny translation the opera from the French. This song was sung by John Braham (1777-1856). Arranged for piano by John Barnett (1802-1890). Condition VG.

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