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Das Fest der Handwerker Posse mit Gesang von Angely

Title
Das Fest der Handwerker [graphic] : Posse mit Gesang von Angely / Schöller del. ; And. Geiger sc.
Author
Geiger, Andreas, 1765-1856.
Publication
[183-?]

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Still imageBy appointment only *MGZFA-19 Gei A Fes 1Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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Additional Authors
Schoeller, Johann Christian, 1782-1851.
Description
1 print : etching, hand-colored; 25 x 32 cm., plate mark 23 x 29 cm.
Subjects
Genre/Form
Etchings.
Note
  • Caption title.
  • Printed below title: Hähnchen / die Tanztouren angebend / Chassé en devant.
  • At lower left: Gallerie interessanter und drolliger Scenen 5t. Jahrgang, No. 12.
Indexed In (note)
  • Binney, Edwin 3rd, "A century of Austro-German dance prints, 1790-1890," Dance perspectives 47, autumn 1971,
Biography (note)
  • Louis Angely's one-act musical theatre work, sometimes described as a Singspiel or a vaudeville, was first presented in Berlin, ca. 1830. It depicted a convivial gathering of the craftsmen or journeymen of the title. It won great success for Angely, a German actor, director and playwright who specialized in Possen or farces, who was also acclaimed for performing its leading role, the foreman Kluck.
Call Number
*MGZFA-19 Gei A Fes 1
OCLC
782069697
Author
Geiger, Andreas, 1765-1856. Etcher
Title
Das Fest der Handwerker [graphic] : Posse mit Gesang von Angely / Schöller del. ; And. Geiger sc.
Imprint
[183-?]
Indexed In:
Binney, Edwin 3rd, "A century of Austro-German dance prints, 1790-1890," Dance perspectives 47, autumn 1971, p. 73, cat. nos. 400, 407.
Summary
Scene from Louis Angely's Das Fest der Handwerker. Within the fence of a beer garden, with a view of a park in the background, three couples assume dance positions, observed by others.
Biography
Louis Angely's one-act musical theatre work, sometimes described as a Singspiel or a vaudeville, was first presented in Berlin, ca. 1830. It depicted a convivial gathering of the craftsmen or journeymen of the title. It won great success for Angely, a German actor, director and playwright who specialized in Possen or farces, who was also acclaimed for performing its leading role, the foreman Kluck.
Local Note
Cataloging funds provided by Friends of Jerome Robbins Dance Division.
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Added Author
Schoeller, Johann Christian, 1782-1851. Artist
Research Call Number
*MGZFA-19 Gei A Fes 1
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