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CYMON / a dramatic romance / the music by Mr. Arne / adapted for / theatrical representation / as performed at the / theatre Royal Covent Garden / regulated from the prompt-book / by permission of the manager

edition LondonJohn Bell1795
format 15,4x8,9; pp. 78
acts atti 5+prologo+epilogo
performance Londra, Covent Garden[1795]
libretto [David Garrick] STIEGER
composer [Thomas Augustine?] Arne
characters and performers
MerlinRichardson
CymonIncledon
DorusQuick
LincoFawcett
DamonFarley
DorilasLedger
HymenSimmons
CupidStanding
UrgandaFawcett
SylviaMountain
FatimaMartyr
1st sheperdessStuart
2nd sheperdessLeserve
DorcasMunden
Demons of revenge, Mr. Cubitt, ecc., knights, shepherds, ecc. 
remarks

Ia rappr. ass. Londra, Drury Lane, 2 gennaio 1767 (STIEGER). Alle pp. 3-4 Prologue for New Year's day spoken by Mr. King, alle pp. 77-78 Epilogue written by George Keate, Esq. spoken by Mrs. Abington. Si utilizzano: a. If pure are the springs of the fountain (I 1); a. What is knowledge, and beauty, and power (I 1); a. Hither all my spirits bend (I 1); a. O! Why will you call me again (I 2); a. You gave me last week a young linnet (I 2); a. Oh liberty, liberty! (I 2); a. Care flies from the lad that is merry (II 1); a. I laugh and I sing (II 1); a. If you make it your plan (II 1); a. All amaze! (II 3); a. Yet awhile, sweet sleep, deceive me (II 3); duetto O, take this nosegay, gentle youth (II 3); a. What exquisite pleasure! (III 1); a. Hence every hope and ev'ry fear! (III 1); a. These flowers, like our hearts, are united in one (III 3); a. O, why should we sorrow, who never knew sin! (III 3); a. When I was young, though now am old (III 3); a. If she whispers the judge, be he ever so wise (III 4); a. Smile, damsel, smile (III 4); a. From duty if the sheperd stray (III 4); a. Sing high derry derry (III 4); a. While mortals charm their cares to sleep (IV 1); a. When peace here was reigning (IV 2); a. Be sure you regard what I say (IV 3); a. Tax my tongue, it is a shame (IV 3); a. This cold flinty heart it is you who have warm'd (IV 4); a. Come on, come on (IV 4); a. Oh Merlin, now befriend him! (IV 4); a. Torn from me, torn from me, which way did they take her? (IV 4); a. Though still of raging winds the sport (V 1); a. Though various deaths surround me (V 1); coro Each heart and each voice (V 1). Vari vv. virgolati. Errata la numerazione delle scene.