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In town : a musical farce in two acts : produced at the Prince of Wales' Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 15th, 1892 / [book] by Adrian Ross and James Leader ; music by F. Osmond Carr ; lyrics by Adrian Ross.

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London : J. Williams, [1892]

1892

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Monsieur Beaucaire; opérette romantique en 3 actes d'après la nouvelle de Booth Tarkington. Adaptation française de André Rivoire et Pierre Veber.

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Paris, F. Salabert, c1925.

1925

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San Toy; or, The emperor's own; a Chinese musical comedy. Words by Edward Morton. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank & Adrian Ross.

Notated music

London, K. Prowse; Cincinnati, J. Church Co., c1899[-1900]

1899-1900

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberJMF 76-40Item LocationOffsite

The shop girl; musical farce. Words by H. J. W. Dam. Additional numbers by Adrian Ross & Lionel Monckton.

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London, Hopwood & Crew [1895?]

1895

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberJMF 76-199Item LocationOffsite

The orchid; a musical play in two acts by James T. Tanner. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton.

Notated music

London, Chappell; agents: Boosey, New York, c1904.

1904

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King of Cadonia ; a musical play. Book by F. Lonsdale ; lyrics by Adrian Ross. Music by Sidney Jones.

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London ; Keith, Prowse, 1908.

1908

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberJMF 79-371Item LocationOffsite

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu; select passages from her letters; edited by Arthur R. Ropes ...

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London, The Grolier Soc. [190-?]

190

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FormatTextCall NumberAN (Montagu) (Montagu, M. P. W. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu)Item LocationSchwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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Lady Mary Wortley Montagu; select passages from her letters, ed. by Arthur R. Ropes. With nine portraits after Sir Gedfrey Kneller and other artists.

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New York, Charles Scribner's Sons [1892?]

1892

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FormatTextCall NumberAN (Montagu) (Montagu, M. P. W. Select passages from her letters)Item LocationSchwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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Le serf : Le chevrier de Lorraine : deux contes / par Émile Souvestre ; ed., with introduction and notes, by Arthur R. Ropes.

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Cambridge : The university press, 1895.

1895

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Morocco bound. A musical farcical comedy, in two acts. Libretto by Arthur Branscombe. Lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud.] Music by F. Osmond Carr...

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London, J. Williams [1893]

1893

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FormatTextCall Number*MZ (Carr, F. O. Morocco bound)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

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"The messenger boy." A musical play... by James T. Tanner and Alfred Murray. Lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud.], Percy Greenbank, and Paul A. Rubens. Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton...

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London, Waterlow and sons, c1900.

1900

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FormatTextCall Number*MZ (Caryll, I. "Messenger boy")Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

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The orchid : A new and original musical play / Written by James T. Tanner ; Lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud.] and Percy Greenbank ; Music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton.

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London : Chappell & Co., c1903.

1903

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The merveilleuses. [The women dandies) by Victorien Sardou, adapted for the English stage by Basil Hood; lyrics by Adrian Ross, music by Hugo Felix.

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London, Chappell, c1906.

1906

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In town, by Adrian Ross [pseud.] and James Leader; lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud.] Music by F. Osmond Carr.

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[London, 1892?]

1892

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Carr, F. O. In town)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Our Miss Gibbs, in two acts by James T. Tanner. Lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud.] and Percy Greenbank; music by Ivan Caryll and Lionel Monckton.

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[London] Marshall's Typewriting Off. [1909?]

1909

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Caryll, I. Our Miss Gibbs)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

[A Greek slave, by Owen Hall, pseud., lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross, pseud.

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London] Mrs. Marshall's Type Writing Office, 1898.

1898

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Jones, S. Greek slave)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Count of Luxemberg, by Glen MacDonough; lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud] and Basil Hood; music by Franz Lehar.

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[1912?]

1912

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Lehár, F. Count of Luxemberg)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

The merry widow [book by Victor Leon <<pseud.>> and Leo Stein <<pseud.>> music by Franz Lehar; English lyrics by Adrian Ross <<pseud.>>

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[1907?]

1907

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Lehár, F. Merry widow)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Vilia : song / words by Adrian Ross ; arr. for piano by H. M. Higgs, on melodies by Franz Lehár.

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New York : Chappell, c1907.

1907

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberM.C. (Merry widow, 1907. Es lebt' eine Vilja)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

A waltz dream, by Grace Isabel Colbron, adapted from the adaptation by Felix Doermann [pseud.] and Leopold Jacobson. Based on a story by Hans Mueller in his Book of adventures. Lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud.]

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[n.p., 190-?]

190

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Straus, O. Waltz dream)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

Havana; book by George Grossmith, Jr. and Graham Hill; lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud.] and George Arthurs; music by Leslie Stuart.

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[n.p., 1909?]

1909

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Stuart, L. Havana)Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

"The Quaker girl ..."

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[New York, c1910]

1910

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ (Tanner, J. T. "Quaker girl")Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

The grandee; musical comedy ... by Joseph Lyons; lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud.]

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[London? 190-?]

190

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FormatTextCall NumberNCOF+ p.v. 199Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Theatre

The circus girl. A musical play, in two acts [microform] By J.T. Tanner and W. Palings. Lyrics by Harry Greenbank and Adrian Ross [pseud.] Music by Ivan Caryll [pseud.] and Lionel Monckton. Lyrics ...

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London, Waterlow & Sons Ltd., printers [1897?]

1897

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FormatTextCall Number*ZB-*MG Reel 6 [p.v. 22-28]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Music

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The girl from Utah keysheets.

Still image

New York, 1914.

1914

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The student prince [sound recording] / music by Sigmund Romberg ; book and lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly. The merry widow / Franz Lehar ; [book by] Adrian Ross.

Audio

[Hollywood, Calif.] : Capitol, [1953]

1953

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 14339 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

Lilac time [sound recording] / music from Franz Schubert ; arranged [i.e. adapted] by Heinrich Berté and G.H. Clutsam ; words by Adrian Ross ; [orchestrations, Brian Fahet].

Audio

New York City : Angel Records, [1960]

1960

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 9941 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

The merry widow [sound recording] : from the musical production / [music by] Franz Lehár ; [lyrics by] Adrian Ross.

Audio

[Camden, N.J.] : RCA Camden, [1957]

1957

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FormatAudioCall Number*LZR 13971 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

The merry widow [sound recording] / music by Franz Lehar ; lyrics by Adrian Ross [from the original German by Victor Leon and Leo Stein]. The student prince / music by Sigmund Romberg ; lyrics by Dorothy Donnelly.

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New York : Decca Broadway, p2002.

2002-1945

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FormatAudioCall Number*LDC 32252 [CD]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
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FormatAudioCall Number*LDC 32252 [Notes]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

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Clement King Shorter collection of papers, 1853-1926 bulk (1889-1926).

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1853-1926

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

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The merry widow. Waltz [sound recording] : "I love you so" ; The merry widow. Vilia / Adrian Ross ; Franz Lehár.

Audio

Camden, NJ : Victrola, [1925]

1925

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FormatAudioCall Number*LO 5240 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

Macushla [sound recording] / Josephine V. Rowe ; Dermot MacMurrough. A little love, a little kiss = Un peu d'amour / Adrian Ross ; Lao Silésu.

Audio

Camden, NJ : Victor : RCA Victor Co., [1935]

1935-1933

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FormatAudioCall Number*LO 5532 [Disc] c. 1Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
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FormatAudioCall Number*LO 5532 [Disc] c. 2Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

The merry widow: typescript.

Text

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A little love, a little kiss [sound recording] = Un peu d'amour ; Love, here is my heart! / Adrian Ross ; Lao Silésu.

Audio

Camden, NJ : Victrola, [1923]

1923

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FormatAudioCall Number*LO 4962 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

San Toy; a Chinese musical comedy. Book by Edward Morton. [Lyrics by Harry Greenbank & Adrian Ross, pseud.].

Notated music

Cincinnati, John Church Co., [c1899]

1899

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberJMF 08-134Item LocationOffsite

A little love, a little kiss [sound recording] = Un peu d'amour / Ross, Silésu.

Audio

Camden, N.J. : Victrola, [191-?]

191-1913

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FormatAudioCall Number*LO 6408 [Disc]Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound

A little love, a little kiss [sound recording] = Un peu d'amour / Ross, Silésu.

Audio

Camden, N.J. : Victor Record, [1913]

1913

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FormatAudioCall Number*LO 2666 [Disc] c.1Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
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FormatAudioCall Number*LO 2666 [Disc] c.2Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound
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FormatAudioCall Number*LO 2666 [Disc] c.3Item LocationPerforming Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound