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Choose from 7 pictures in our Balfe collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Scene from Balfe's new opera of 'The Daughter of St
Scene from Balfe's new opera of "The Daughter of St
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Scene from the opera of 'The Enchantress', at Drury Lane Theatre, 1845
Scene from the opera of "The Enchantress", at Drury Lane Theatre, 1845
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Scene from Balfe's opera 'The Daughter of St. Mark', 1844. Creator: Unknown
Scene from Balfe's opera "The Daughter of St. Mark", 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Portrait of the composer Michael William Balfe (1808-1870), 1840
Portrait of the composer Michael William Balfe (1808-1870), 1840
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Great Musicians - Plate IV., 1895
Great Musicians - Plate IV., 1895
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Balfe., 1895
Balfe., 1895
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Michael William Balfe, Irish-born British composer and singer, 1870
Michael William Balfe, Irish-born British composer and singer, 1870
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Scene from Balfe's opera 'The Daughter of St. Mark', 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Scene from Balfe's opera "The Daughter of St. Mark", 1844. Creator: Unknown

Scene from Balfe's opera "The Daughter of St. Mark", 1844. Production at the Drury Lane Theatre in London. This extraordinary scene is, in the language of the libretto, a "Public Place in Nicosia", the capital of Cyprus. In the centre is an elevated stage, or scaffold, hung with black cloth, upon which stands the headsman; and an avenue of soldiers extends from thence to the front of the stage. On either side are erected superb pavilions for the King, Court, Archbishop, and Clergy. In the square formed by the soldiery, Black and Grey Penitents are kneeling. Immediately beneath the headsman stands a herald; and before him kneels the suppliant Catarina. The populace crowd on all sides, up to the extreme extent of the scene; the King conceals his face in his hands; Moncenigo stands by his side; a deep bell tolls, and muffled drums are beating'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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