Notated Music Image 1 of Read the answer in the stars

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About this Item

Title
Read the answer in the stars
Contributor Names
Millöcker, Carl -- 1842-1899 (composer)
Rosenfeld, Sydney -- 1855-1931 (lyricist)
Created / Published
1885, monographic.
[Sydney Rosenfeld],, [New York] :, ©1885..
Subject Headings
-  Operas--Excerpts--Vocal scores with keyboard instrument
-  Vocal trios with piano
Genre
notated music
Vocal scores.
Songs.
Art music.
Notes
-  words by Sydney Rosenfeld ; music by C. Millöcker. (statement of responsibility)
-  Vocal score for three voices and piano.
-  Title from caption.
-  "The famous topical trio from The black Hussar, as sung by the McCaull Opera Comique Co. at Wallack's Theatre, N.Y."--Cover.
-  Excerpt from Millöcker's comic opera Die Näherin; translated and repurposed by Sydney Rosenfeld for use in The black Hussar, an English language adaption of Millöcker's Feldprediger.
-  First line of text: The ticks of love we can't explain.
-  English words, translated from the original German, with additional verses printed as text. (language)
-  Staff notation. (language)
-  ocm26006792 (oclc)
-  26006792 (oclc)
Medium
1 vocal score (5 pages) ; 36 cm
Call Number/Physical Location
M1508 .Näherin
Library of Congress Control Number
2016571652
LC Classification
M1508 .Näherin
Language
English
German
Online Format
image
Description
11840 U.S. Copyright Office 18850601 Vocal score for three voices and piano. English words, translated from the original German, with additional verses printed as text. Staff notation. Title from caption. "The famous topical trio from The black Hussar, as sung by the McCaull Opera Comique Co. at Wallack's Theatre, N.Y."--Cover. Excerpt from Millöcker's comic opera Die Näherin; translated and repurposed by Sydney Rosenfeld for use in The black Hussar, an English language adaption of Millöcker's Feldprediger. First line of text: The ticks of love we can't explain.
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Chicago citation style:

Millöcker, Carl, and Sydney Rosenfeld. Read the Answer in the Stars. [, monographic. Sydney Rosenfeld,, New York:, ©, 1885] Notated Music. https://0-www.loc.gov.oasys.lib.oxy.edu/item/2016571652/.

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Millöcker, C. & Rosenfeld, S. (1885) Read the Answer in the Stars. [, monographic. Sydney Rosenfeld,, New York:, ©] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://0-www.loc.gov.oasys.lib.oxy.edu/item/2016571652/.

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Millöcker, Carl, and Sydney Rosenfeld. Read the Answer in the Stars. [, monographic. Sydney Rosenfeld,, New York:, ©, 1885] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2016571652/>.