The Bohemian Girl (Balfe, Michael William)
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Max Spicker (1858-1912)
New York: G. Schirmer, 1902. Plate 16118.
Includes a critical and historical essay by Richard Aldrich (1863-1937).
This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
Osbourne McConathy (1875-1947)
Boston: C.C. Birchard & Company, 1914.
Foliation (iv, 1-174 pages)
Through the World Wilt Thou Fly, Love! - Could I Hush a Father's Sigh
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New York: Atwill, 1844, 1845, 1845, 1845, 1844, 1844, 1845, 1844.
As sung by Mrs. Seguin, Mrs. Knight, Mr. Frazer And Mr. Seguin in Balfe's Grand Opera of The Bohemian Girl as Performed at the Park Theatre.
6. This Chorus follows "The Song of the Gipsy Bride".
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Voice and Guitar (Weiland)
Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1845; 1844.
For Piano solo (Chubb)
For Piano solo (Grobe)
The Operatic Circle, No.12
New York: William Hall and Son, 1855. Plate 3433.
For Piano solo (Viereck)
Viereck's Gems of the Bohemian Girl, No.2
Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1844.
For Piano solo
New York: Jos. F. Atwill, 1844-45.
1. As danced in Balfe's Opera of the Bohemian Girl
2. As danced in Balfe's Opera of the Bohemian Girl
3. Selected from a Favourite Air in Balfe's Celebrated Opera of the Bohemian Girl
4. The Subject selected from Balfe's Celebrated Opera of the Bohemian Girl
5. In Balfe's Celebrated Opera of the Bohemian Girl - Second Edition
For Piano 4 hands (Chotek)
The Heart Bowed Down
For Violin and Piano (Thomas)
|Work Title||The Bohemian Girl|
|Alternative Title||Grand Opera in 3 Acts; Die Zigeunerin|
|Composer||Balfe, Michael William|
|Year/Date of Composition||1840–43|
|First Performance||1843-11-27 in London: Drury Lane Theatre|
|Librettist||Alfred Bunn (1796-1860)|
|Language||English (+ translations)|
|Instrumentation||Voices, chorus, orchestra
|Related Works||Pieces based on 'The Bohemian Girl'|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|