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IM.9b.As vanquish'd Erin.Illustration.jpg
Illustration for "As vanquish'd Erin," from Thomas Moore's A Selection of Irish Melodies with Symphonies and Accompaniments by Henry R. Bishop. ninth number (London: J. Power, [1824])
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Oh ye dead.illus.IM.8a.jpg
Illustration of "Oh ye dead!" from Thomas Moore's A selection of Irish Melodies with symphonies and accompaniments by Henry R. Bishop, eighth number (London: J. Power. [1825].
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LR Clarke Peri Title page.jpg
A reproduction of the title page and first page of music from John Clarke-Whitfield's cantata, 'The Peri Pardon'd', set to the concluding text from Thomas Moore's 'Paradise and the Peri' (Lalla Rookh). Persistent catalogue link:…

LR Clarke Spirit title.jpg
A reproduction of the title page and first page of music from John Clarke Whitfield's 'The Spirit's Song', from 'The Light of the Harem' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. Persistent catalogue record:…

Clarke.Spirit's Song, 1821.Title-page.jpg
A reproduction of the title page and selected pages of music from John Clarke Whitfield's 'The Spirit's Song', from 'The Light of the Harem' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. Persistent catalogue record:…

Hafed with Hinda, by E.H. Corbould.1860a, p.202.jpg
This image depicts a tender moment between the star-crossed lovers (Gheber warrior Hafed and Arabian princess Hinda) of 'The Fire Worshippers', one of the poetic tales contained within Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. Found in Thomas Moore, Lalla Rookh…

%22A Day more rich in pagan blood%22; Al Hassad with Hinda, by E.H. Corboud.1860a, p. 175.jpg
This image depicts an episode in 'The Fire Worshippers' from Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. Al Hassad, an Arab chieftain in the process of invading Persia, wakes his daughter Hinda to anticipate the success of the invasion. Found in Thomas Moore, Lalla…

LR.L1.1838a.Zelica, Azim, Veiled Prophet 'Thy oath!'.Corbould.jpg
This image depicts an episode from 'The Veiled Prophet' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh: Mokanna sees Zelica and Azim together, and reminds her of the oath she pledged to him. Found in Thomas Moore, Lalla Rookh (London: Longmans, 1838), p. 80.…

LR.L1.1838a.Zelica 'you saw her pale dismay'.Corbould.jpg
This image depicts an episode from 'The Veiled Prophet' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. The concubine Zelica has seen her beloved Azim, believed dead, enter into the dangerous environment that is Mokanna's court. Found in: in Thomas Moore, Lalla Rookh…

Title-page.Croker's Landscape illustrations.J. Power, 1835..jpg
An illustration for 'The Meeting of the Waters', from Thomas Moore, Irish Melodies first number, as reproduced in Landscape illustrations of Moore's Irish Melodies (London: J. Power, 1835).
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