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George W. Chadwick's choral and incidental music especially composed for Henry W. Savage's production of the modern morality play "Everywoman" by Walter Browne.

Title
George W. Chadwick's choral and incidental music especially composed for Henry W. Savage's production of the modern morality play "Everywoman" by Walter Browne.
Author
Chadwick, G. W. (George Whitefield), 1854-1931.
Publication
New York : T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, c1911.

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TextSupervised use M.C. (Everywoman)Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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Additional Authors
Browne, Walter, 1856-1911.
Description
4 vocal scores.
Uniform Title
Everywoman. Selections. Vocal score
Alternative Title
Everywoman.
Subjects
Note
  • Also includes the song "Youth and beauty" as published in the Boston Sunday Globe, November 12, 1911.
  • Sheet music from the play.
  • Everywoman opened at the Herald Square Theatre in New York City on February 27, 1911 (information from IBDB.com).
Contents
Conscience's song, no. 1 [A little star crept out one night] -- Conscience's song, no. 2 [A flow'r was born in a garden fair] -- Passion's song [The sun smiles on the virgin snow] -- Youth and beauty.
Call Number
M.C. (Everywoman)
Author
Chadwick, G. W. (George Whitefield), 1854-1931.
Title
George W. Chadwick's choral and incidental music especially composed for Henry W. Savage's production of the modern morality play "Everywoman" by Walter Browne.
Imprint
New York : T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, c1911.
Added Author
Browne, Walter, 1856-1911. Everywoman.
Research Call Number
M.C. (Everywoman)
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