2 edition of The merry cobbler, or, The second part of The devil to pay found in the catalog.
The merry cobbler, or, The second part of The devil to pay
|Other titles||The merry cobbler, The second part of The devil to pay, The devil to pay|
|Statement||by Mr. Coffey|
|Series||Three centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1830|
|Contributions||Coffey, Charles, d. 1745.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 32 p.|
|Number of Pages||32|
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The merry cobbler, or, The second part of The devil to pay: a farcical opera of one act. The merry cobler: or, the second part of The devil to pay. A farcical opera of one act. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants.
By Mr. Coffey. In opera: Early opera in Germany and Austria Pay () and its sequel, The Merry Cobbler (), both English ballad operas with texts by Charles Coffey. 'The Merry Cobbler, or the Second Part of The Devil to Pay,' a one-act farcical opera, was played unsuccessfully at Drury Lane 6 May 9.
'The Devil upon Two Sticks, or the Country Beau,' a ballad farce, 8vo, The 'Biographia Dramatica' says it was acted without success at Drury Lane in The Merry Cobler, or The Second Part of The Devil to Pay (ballad opera) () The Devil Upon Two Sticks, or The Country Beau (ballad opera) () Bibliography [ edit ] Joseph Knight: "Charles Coffey", in Dictionary of National Biography vol.
11 (London, ). The melody was incorporated into the ballad operas The Merry Cobbler, or the Second Part of the Devil to Pay (), by Charles Coffey, and Silvia, or the Country Burial () by George Lillo.
The comic The second part of The devil to pay book of the 18th century was born in London with The Devil to Pay () and its sequel, The Merry Cobbler (), both English ballad operas Western music: Opera In England, ballad opera, beginning with The Beggar’s Opera infollowed a course of development similar in both period and style to that of the opéra comique.
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The Devil to Pay in the Backlands is narrated by the protagonist in an attempt to resolve a psychological torment caused by the possibility that he sold his soul to the devil. The Cobbler and His Guest Author - see note at bottom.
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