Rip Van Winkle, Op.22 (Bristow, George Frederick)
Act I, Sc.5 (Rip's solo - The Day is Done, The Setting Sun)
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Act II (Alice and Edward's duet - Joys Never Ceasing)
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Act III, Sc.4 (Rip's Ballad - Alone, All Alone in this Wide World of Sorrow)
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New York: William Hall & Son, 1870. Plates 6554, 6556, 6557, 6558.
Act III, Sc.1
(Chorus of the Daughters of the Morning - Wake! Sleeper, Wake)
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New York: William Hall & Son, 1872. Plate 6620.
Act II (Dame Van Winkle's solo - The Twilight Hour)
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New York: H. B. Dodworth, 1856.
The text of the Vivandiere Song cannot be found in the published 1855 libretto but most likely occurs in act II.
Act I, Sc.1 (Opening chorus, Anna's solo, Second chorus)
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New York: G. Schirmer, (1882)
The 1880 copyright claim on the cover is derived from excepts, which were published by Schirmer that year. The complete vocal score did not appear until 1882.
|Work Title||Rip Van Winkle, Op.22|
|Composer||Bristow, George Frederick|
|Year/Date of Composition||1855, rev. 1878-81|
|First Performance||Sept. 27, 1855, Niblo's Garden, New York City, New York|
|Librettist||J. Howard Wainwright (1855 version)|
J. W. Shannon (1881 version)
|Instrumentation||soli, chorus, orchestra|