The Lady of the Lake (Macfarren, George Alexander)
Natalia Macfarren (1826–1915)
London: Stanley Lucas, Weber, & Co., n.d. (ca.1877). Plates S.L.W. 709–732.
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|Work Title||The Lady of the Lake|
|Alternative Title||A Cantata for Solo Voices, Chorus, and Orchestra|
|Composer||Macfarren, George Alexander|
|Movements/Sections||24 numbers in 2 parts|
|Year/Date of Composition||1876, January (completion date)|
|First Performance||1877-11-15 — Glasgow, Town Hall (Glasgow Musical Festival)|
|First Publication||1877? – London: Stanley, Lucas, Weber & Co.|
|Librettist||Walter Scott (1771–1832) adapted by Natalia Macfarren (1826–1915)|
|Dedication||Thomas Logan Stillie|
|Instrumentation||Voices: soprano, 2 altos, tenor, baritone, 2 basses + mixed chorus (SATB)|
Composed at the request of the Glasgow Musical Festival Committee. Commissioned in 1874 and composition completed in January, 1876.