Father of Musical Comedy Johann Nestroy Appears in His Own Farce With Song Vienna 1847 Broadside

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Heute Donnerstag den 11. Februar 1847. Posse mit Gesang. Zum 66sten Male: Der Unbedeutende. Posse mit Gesang in 3 Akten, von Johann Nestroy. Musik von Kapellmeister Adolf Müller. Die Vorkommenden 8 Dekorationen sind neu, ausgeführt von den Dekorateurs dieses Theaters, Herren de Pian, Lehmann, Mayer und Grünfeld. 23 cm x 19 cm black ink on laid paper, an untrimmed sheet. Matted. Johann Nestroy, a father of musical comedy, the celebrated author-composer of this farce with song appears in the cast of his own farce in the role of Peter Span, Zimmermann.

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Nestroy, Johann. Broadside, Vienna. Heute Donnerstag den 11. Februar 1847. Posse mit Gesang. Zum 66sten Male: Der Unbedeutende. Posse mit Gesang in 3 Akten, von Johann Nestroy. Musik von Kapellmeister Adolf Müller. Die Vorkommenden 8 Dekorationen sind neu, ausgeführt von den Dekorateurs dieses Theaters, Herren de Pian, Lehmann, Mayer und Grünfeld. 23 cm x 19 cm black ink on laid paper, an untrimmed sheet. Matted. Johann Nestroy, a father of musical comedy, the celebrated author-composer of this farce with song appears in the cast of his own farce in the role of Peter Span, Zimmermann. This original theatrical broadside for the celebrated run at the K.K. priv. Theater in der  Leopoldstadt, Wien, was cleaned. From the collection of the celebrated opera conductor Kurt Herbert Adler. Fine.

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