Esther, An Oratorio, Or Sacred Drama; As It Is Performed At The Theatre Royal In Covent-Garden, With The Last Improvements. By George Frederic Handel, ...
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Esther, an oratorio, or sacred drama; as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, with the last improvements. By George Frederic Handel, ...
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Cambridge University Library
The libretto only, sometimes attributed to John Arbuthnot and Alexander Pope, with additions by Samuel Humphreys.
Cambridge : printed for J. Woodyer, and T. Fletcher, [1775?]. 16p. ; 8°
Specifications of Esther, an oratorio, or sacred drama; as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, with the last improvements. By George Frederic Handel, ...
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|Publisher||Gale ECCO, Print Editions|
|Number Of Pages||24|
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