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  • Collection: Lalla Rookh in 19th-century Europe

Lalla Rookh ballet.Victoria and Albert Museum, London.jpg
Image of a scene from the ballet Lalla Rookh (London Her Majesty's, 1846) , music by Cesare Pugni, choreography by Jules Perrot.
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New Theatre Royal, Dublin.Victoria and Albert Museum, London.jpg
Charles E Horn's opera, Lalla Rookh or the Cashmerian Minstrel, premiered at Dublin's Royal Theatre on 10 June 1818. The image here is of the theatre as it stood in 1821; the building that Horn knew was replaced after a fire.
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Schumann.Das Paradies und die Peri, Leipzig, [1890], title-page.jpg
Title-page and selected pages of music from a piano score of Robert Schumann's Das Paradies und die Peri, which premiered in Leipzig on 4 December, 1843.
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Lalla Rookh by Kenny Meadows.jpg
An engraved image of Lalla Rookh as drawn by Kenny Meadows and engraved by J. Hollis. VERIFY SOURCE
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Stevenson.'Twas his own voice.Title-page.jpg
Title page and music for "'Twas his own voice" by Sir John Stevenson.
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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:…

Bendermeer's Stream, illustration.LR.Halifax, 1859.jpg
This image shows Zelica singing Bendemeer's Stream to Azim, in an episode from the Veiled Prophet in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh.
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Paterson, Mokanna chides Zelica. [Collins, 1862].jpg
This image depicts an episode in 'The Veiled Prophet' from Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. The prophet Mokanna chides Zelica to observe her oath to him, and she recoils in anger.
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Lalla Rookh cover Routledge 1868.jpg
A colour portrait of Lalla Rookh by George Housman Thomas. (London: Routledge, 1868)
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Mokanna unveils himself to Zelica.Paris, 1820d.jpg
This image shows the episode from 'The Veiled Prophet' in Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookk where Mokanna reveals his face to a repelled Zelica. Taken from from The Works of Thomas Moore, vol. 1 (Paris: Arthus Bertrand, 1820), frontispiece;
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