Concert program featuring a performance by coloratura soprano Luisa Tetrazzini as presented by The Tivoli Opera Company. Also featured in the performance were Yves Nat, pianist, Emilio Puyans, flutist and M. Mascal, baritone. The program included works by Chaminade, Saint-Saens, Diaz, Verdi, Liszt, Gounod, Widor and Meyerbier.
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Guise Louis Floriot, Attorney in Prologue, later President of the Toulouse Court Byron Douglas Jacqueline, Floriot's wife Adeline Dunlap Noel, his friend Robert Paton Gibbs Laroque, an adventurer Edwin Forsberg Victor, a porter at the "Three Crowns" Inn Harry C. Bradley Perrisard Secret Maurice Drew Merival Agents Charles Stanley Marie, chambermaid at the "Three Crowns" Inn Edna Mayo Helene, daughter of the Prosecuting Attorney Naomi Childers Raymond Floriot, Louis Floriot's son Harry Mainhall Clerk of the Court Frank Herbert President of the Court Milton Jennings Valmorin, Public Prosecutor Herbert Ash ton An Usher of the Assize Court Edward Sorg Fontaine Robert M. Fair Foreman of the Jury A. Kirchner Judges, Court Stenographers, Gendarmes, Jury, Hotel Servants and Public SYNOPSIS OF ACTS AND SCENES Prologue—Floriot's home at Passy, a suburb of Paris. The illness of little Raymond. ACT I—The "Three Crowns" Inn at Bordeaux, twenty years later. The mother shields her son from knowledge of her infamy. ACT II—Louis Floriot's garden in Bordeaux, three months later. Raymond, now a lawyer, is to defend the mysterious Madame X. ACT III—The Assize Court, the following day. The trial of Madame X for the murder of Laroque. The Scenery of this Production Painted by Walter M. Burridge Mechanical Effects by Charles Brown. Electrical Effects by Joseph Wilson Properties by John E. Williams Mason & Hamlin Pianos used exclusively in all Henry W. Savage attractions EXECUTIVE STAFF FOR HENRY W. SAVAGE Manager Thomas Hodgeman Advance Representative M. C. Coyne Agent John Reardon Stage Manager Herbert Ashton Assistant Stage Manager Frank Herbert Secretary Robert M. Fair Master Machinist J. R. Bahin Master of Properties Michael Carroll Electrician William Seigman Wardrobe Department Mrs. M. Guise Toot! Toot! I'm going away! 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The actual, living voice of this magnificent singer reproduced in all its brilliant power and sweetness. Sempre Libre (Traviata), Verdi No. 88293 The Last Rose of Summer, Plotow No. 88308 Aprile—Valse Brilliante, Paolo Tosti No. 88306 Ballo in Maschera—Saper Vorreste (You Would Be Hearing), Verdi.No. 88304 Babiere—Una voce Poco fa (A Little Voice I Hear), Donizetti No. 88301 Carceleras—from "Las Hiijas del Zebedeo," Chapi No. 88294 Carnival of Venice—Part 1, Jules Benedict No. 88291 Carnival of Venice—Part 2, Jules Benedict No. 88292 Dinorah—Ombra Leggiera (Shadow Song), Meyheer No. 88298 Lakme—Dov'eT'Indiana bruna (Bell Song), Delibes No. 88297 Lucia di Lammermore (Silence Over All), Donizetti No. 88303 Lucia (Mad Scene), with flute obligato, Donizetti No. 88299 Martha—The Last Rose of Summer (In English), Moore No. 88308 Mignon—Polonese (I'm Fair Titania), Thomas No. 88296 Nozze di Figaro—Voi che sapete (What Is This Feeling No. 88300 Perle du Bresil (Thou Brilliant Bird), David No. 88318 Proch's Aria and variations, Proeh No. 88307 Rigoletto—Caro nome (Dearest Name), Verdi No. 88295 Romeo et Juliette (Juliet's Waltz Song), Gounod No. 88302 Sonnambula (Could I Believe), Bellini No. 88305 Sonnambula (Recall Not One Earthly Sorrow), Bellini No. 88313 Swiss Echo Song (L'Eco), Eckert No. 88311 Traviata—Ah! fors' e lui (2) Sempre libera, Verdi No. 88293 The Meier & Frank Store THE HOLLY PRESS 66 First St.
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March 30, 1912
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