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Glamorous night : a romantic play with music / by Ivor Novello ; lyrics by Christopher Hassall ; amateur version prepared by Sydney Box and Conrad C. Carter under the supervision of the author.

Text

London ; New York : Samuel French, [1938?]

1938

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Troilus and Cressida : opera in three acts / music by William Walton ; libretto by Christopher Hassall ; German translation by Ernst Roth ; Italian translation by Eugenio Montale ; vocal score (rev. version).

Notated music

London : Oxford University Press, c1980.

1980

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Troilus and Cressida : opera in three acts / [music by] William Walton ; libretto by Christopher Hassall.

Text

London : Oxford University Press, 1955, c1954.

1955-1954

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Glamorous night : a romantic play with music / by Ivor Novello ; lyrics by Christopher Hassall ; vocal score.

Notated music

London ; New York : Chappell, c1938.

1938

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King's rhapsody : a musical romance / devised, written and composed by Ivor Novello ; lyrics by Christopher Massall ; vocal score.

Notated music

London ; New York : Chappell, c1949.

1949

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The dancing years : a musical play / devised, written and composed by Ivor Novello ; lyrics by Christopher Hassall ; vocal score.

Notated music

London ; New York : Chappell, c1939.

1939

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The merry widow [videorecording] / by Franz Lehár ; an RM Arts production ; [presented by] the Australian Opera ; producer and director, Virginia Lumsden.

Moving image

Chicago : Home Vision, c1990.

1990

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John Van Druten papers, 1901-1957.

Mixed material

1901-1957

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FormatMixed materialCall Number*T-Mss 1958-002 Box 1Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

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I'm off to Chez Maxim : from The merry widow = Da geh' ich zu Maxim : Die lustige Witwe / Franz Lehár ; original book and lyrics by Victor Léon and Leo Stein ; English by Christopher Hassall.

Notated music

London : Glocken Verlag, c1959.

1959

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberMusic (Sheet) 94-718Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

The prose of Rupert Brooke. Edited with an introd. by Christopher Hassall.

Text

London, Sidgwick and Jackson [1956]

1956

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FormatTextCall NumberC-10 2724Item LocationSchwarzman Building - General Research Room 315

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Ambrosia and small beer : the record of a correspondence between Edward Marsh and Christopher Hassall / Arranged by Christopher Hassall.

Text

London : Longmans, [1964]

1964

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FormatTextCall NumberD-15 8906Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Main Reading Room 315

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Devil's Dyke, with Compliment and satire, by Christopher Hassall.

Text

London, W. Heinemann, [1936]

1936

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Troilus and Cressida [sound recording] / William Walton ; [libretto by Christopher Hassall].

Audio

Colchester, Essex, England : Chandos, p1995.

1995

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FormatAudioCall Number*LDC 14146 (F)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

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Troilus and Cressida; opera in three acts. Libretto by Christopher Hassall.

Text

[London], Oxford University Press, 1954.

1954

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FormatTextCall Number*MZ (Walton, W. Troilus and Cressida)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

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Troilus and Cressida [sound recording] / Walton.

Audio

[Hayes, Middlesex, England] : EMI Classics, p1995.

1995-1976

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FormatAudioCall Number*LDC 13904 (F)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

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Siegfried Sassoon collection of papers, [1905]-1975 bulk (1915-1951).

Mixed material

1905-1975

1 Item

Available Online

NYPL Digital Collections
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FormatMixed materialCall NumberBerg Coll MSS SassoonItem LocationSchwarzman Building - Berg Collection Room 320

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Glamorous night [sound recording] / [music by Ivor] Novello ; [lyrics by Christopher] Hassall.

Audio

England : Odeon : EMI, p1969.

1969

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 18553 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

Troilus and Cressida [sound recording] : scenes from Sir William Walton's opera ; libretto by Christopher Hassall.

Audio

New York City, N.Y. : Angel Records, [1955]

1955

2 Items

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 9838 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 9838 [Notes]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

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Troilus and Cressida [sound recording] (Libretto by Hassall).

Audio

London : EMI Records, p1977.

1977

2 Items

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 23069 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 23069 [Libretto]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

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The land of smiles [sound recording] / new English version by Christopher Hassal ; music by Franz Lehar.

Audio

Hayes, Middlesex, England : His Master's Voice, p1959.

1959

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 22518 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

Sadler's Wells Theatre present "The merry widow" [sound recording] / English book and lyrics by Christopher Hassall ; [from the German of Victor Leon and Leo Stein] ; music by Franz Lehar.

Audio

Hayes, Middlesex, England : His Master's Voice, [197-?] c1958.

1958

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 22454 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

Andrew Young collection of papers, 1922-[1970]

Mixed material

1922-1970

1 Item

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FormatMixed materialCall NumberBerg Coll MSS YoungItem LocationSchwarzman Building - Berg Collection Room 320

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The dancing years [sound recording] : original London cast / Ivor Novello ; [lyrics by Christopher] Hassall.

Audio

[London] : RCA International, 1968.

1968

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 41044 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

King's rhapsody [sound recording] / Ivor Novello - Christopher Hassall.

Audio

Hays, Middlesex, England : HMV, [195-]

195

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZO 1106 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

Piano selection from Emile Littler's new musical play "Dear Miss Phoebe" / music by Harry Parr Davies ; book and lyrics by Christopher Hassall ; based on Sir James Barrie's Quality Street ; [arranged by Geo. L. Zalva].

Notated music

London : Sun Music Publishing, c1950.

1950

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberP.I. (Shows) (Dear Miss Phoebe)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

Ivor Novello song album : from his famous musical plays.

Notated music

London : Chappell & Co., [c1955]

1955

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberJPB 79-2 no. 278Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

Bluebeard's castle [electronic resource] / Bartok.

Audio

New York, NY : EMI Classics, p1996.

1996

1 Resource

Three arias from "Troilus and Cressida" / music by William Walton ; words by Christopher Hassall ; edited by Christopher Palmer.

Notated music

Oxford : Oxford University Press, Music Department, [1991], ©1991.

1991-1991

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The merry widow / music by Franz Lehár ; original book and lyrics by Victor Leon & Leo Stein ; English version by Christopher Hassall ; vocal score.

Notated music

London : Glocken Verlag, [1980?], ©1959.

1980-1959

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Troilus and Cressida [sound recording] / William Walton.

Audio

Colchester, Essex, England : Chandos, p1995.

1995

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Mary of Magdala ; cantata for contralto and bass soli, SATB chorus, and orchestra / Text written and adapted by Christopher Hassall.

Notated music

London : Novello, [1963]

1963

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Devil's Dyke, with Compliment and satire, by Christopher Hassall.

Text

London, W. Heinemann, [1936]

1936

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Trolius and Cressida [sound recording] / Walton.

Audio

[Hayes, Middlesex, England] : EMI Classics, p1995.

1995-1976

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The unpublished poems of Stephen Haggard / with a preface by Christopher Hassall.

Text

[Leeds?] : Salamander Press, 1945.

1945

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FormatTextCall Number23631.31.110Item LocationOff-site

Troilus and Cressida [sound recording] : scenes from Sir William Walton's opera / libretto by Christopher Hassall.

Audio

New York City, N.Y. : Angel Records, [1955]

1955

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Devil's Dyke, with Compliment and satire, by Christopher Hassall.

Text

London, W. Heinemann, [1936]

1936

1 Item

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FormatTextCall Number3773.53.329Item LocationOff-site

The prose of Rupert Brooke / edited with an introduction by Christopher Hassall.

Text

London : Sidgwick and Jackson, 1956.

1956

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FormatTextCall NumberPR6003.R4 A6 1956Item LocationOff-site