The Jacobin, Op.84 (Dvořák, Antonín)

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Editor Antonín Čubr (1904–1988)
Karel Šolc (1893–1985)
Publisher. Info. Antonín Dvořák: Souborné vydání díla, series 1, vol.10
Prague: Státní hudební vydavatelství (SHV), 1966. Plate H 3955.
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Arranger Roman Veselý (1879-1933), piano reduction
Editor Otakar Šourek (1883–1956)
Language German
Translator Pavel Ludikar (1882-1970)*
Ilse Von Rinesch-Hellmich*, German text
Publisher. Info. Prag: Hudební Matice, 1911. Plate H.M. 46
Reprinted 1943 (edited reprint, *unclear of German text is original to Ludikar, et al or if edited from earlier German version)
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Work Title The Jacobin
Alternative. Title Jakobín
Composer Dvořák, Antonín
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.84 ; B.159, 200
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 Acts
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1887-88 (1st version)
1897 (2nd version)
First Performance. 1889-02-12 in Prague, National Theatre (1st version)
National Theatre Orchestra and Choir, Adolf Cech (conductor)
Karel Cech (Count Vilem)
Bohumil Benoni (Bohus)
Vaclav Viktorin (Adolf)
Berta Foerstrova-Lautererova (Julie)
Karel Vesely (Jiri)
Adolf Krossing (Benda)
Vilem Hes (Burgrave)
Hana Cavallarova (Terinka)
Emma Maislerova (Lotinka)

1898-06-19 in Prague, National Theatre (2nd version)

National Theatre Orchestra and Choir, Adolf Cech (conductor)
Vaclav Kliment (Count Vilem)
Frantisek Sir (Bohus)
Vaclav Viktorin (Adolf)
Julie Koldovska (Julie)
Karel Vesely (Jiri)
Adolf Krossing (Benda)
Robert Polak (Burgrave)
Hana Cavallarova (Terinka)
Ruzena Vykoukalova (Lotinka)
First Publication. 1911 or before
Librettist Marie Červinková-Riegrová (1854-1894)
František Ladislav Rieger (1818-1903)
Language Czech
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voices, Mixed Chorus, Orchestra
External Links antonin-dvorak.cz
Wikipedia article
RISM 452015245 (1948 ms. copy)
Jacobin - scores at Sheet Music Plus

Misc. Comments

Many (esp. the Czech) VIAF entries for Rieger suggest putting Baron or equivalent somewhere in there...