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Raymond and Agnes, or, the bleeding nun of Lindenberg
Matthew Gregory Lewis
by G. H. Davidson, Peter"s Hill, Doctors" Commons, between St. Paul"s and Upper Thames Street in London
Written in English
As performed at the Theatres Royal, London; Covent Garden and English Opera.
|Statement||by Matthew Gregory Lewis author of Venoni...&c ; printed from the acting copy, with remarks, biographical and critical, by D.-G. ; to which are added, a description of the costume,-cast of the characters, entrances and exits,-relative positions of the performers on the stage,-and the whole of the stage business, as performed at the Theatres Royal, London ; embellished with a fine engraving, from a drawing taken in the theatre, by Mr. R. Cruikshank.|
|Contributions||Daniel, George., Cruikshank, Robert, 1789-1856., Cumberland, John, 1787-1866, publisher.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
Librettists Scribe and Delavigne transformed M.G. Lewis's Gothic episode in The Monk into a tale conforming to the conventions of mid-nineteenth-century French "grand opera." Charles Gounod's setting of this libretto closed after eleven performances in the autumn of and has never been revived. The production was beset with problems arising from opera-house and prima-donna. Ten of the best nuns John Mullan. Raymond and Agnes plan to elope. (Agnes has been imprisoned in a convent by her parents.) The two have scoﬀed at local stories of a ghostly nun.
The fifth day of the fifth month is coming up in five days: Agnes will disguise herself as the Bleeding Nun, and walk out of the castle to Raymond's waiting carriage. Her family will be too terrified of the apparition to stop her, and she will be able to escape the hated fate of becoming a nun. Title Raymond and Agnes: a new grand opera, in three acts Contributor Names Loder, Edward J. (Edward James) -- (composer).
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The Bleeding Nun, of the Castle of Lindenberg; or, the history of Raymond & Agnes. By the author of the Castle Spectre [M. Lewis. An episode from “The Monk”].
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"The only edition correctly marked from the prompter's book." "To which is [sic] added, a description of the costume, cast of the characters, the whole of the stage business, situations, exits, entrances, and directions." Raymond and Agnes.
Bleeding nun of Lindenberg: Responsibility: by H.W. Grosette. Reviews. The bleeding nun of. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook 7 day Cure Insomnia Hypnosis Course Jorgearturo Algorithmen 2, Vorlesung, WS17/18 Purpose Planner Kingston Shakespeare Podcasts Ageless Lifestyles® LLC B'More: CaringPages: Agnes tells the story of the Bleeding Nun, a ghost haunting the castle of Lindenberg.
Raymond gets into a close encounter with this ghost as he accidently elopes with her instead of Agnes. Ambrosio’s words of surrender to Matilda are echoed when Raymond embraces the Bleeding Nun, thinking he is holding Agnes, and speaks the words: “Agnes.
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Raymond and Agnes is an opera in 3 acts by the composer Edward Loder to an English libretto by Edward Fitzball. It is very loosely based on elements from Matthew Lewis's classic Gothic novel, The Monk and also includes elements of Lewis's The Castle Spectre. The opera's plot contains elements of love and revenge, brigandry, incarceration, a shooting match and the supernatural.
The opera is. Bleeding nun of the Castle of Lindenberg, or, The history of Raymond and Agnes History of Raymond & Agnes History of Raymond and Agnes Raymond and Agnes: Responsibility: by the author of The castle spectre. Raymond and Agnes decide to elope with Agnes escaping by pretending to be the Bleeding Nun who appears on May 5 every five years and when, even though she is a spirit, all the gates are opened to allow her to walk out of the castle.
Raymond and Agnes, or the Bleeding nun of Lindenberg: a melodrama in two acts / by H. GrosetteAuthor: H. Grosette. Similar to the gender reversal of Ambrosio and Matilda, the Bleeding Nun assumes masculine qualities which feminize Raymond and render him passive and fearful.
In the beginning of the novel, Raymond is characterized as a handsome, intelligent, and brave nobleman through his exalted birth and accounts of. (Various melodramas called Raymond and Agnes or the Bleeding Nun and based on the same sources continued to run throughout much of the century, performances in Middlesbrough still being advertised as late as However, whether some of them might have included some of Loder's music is impossible to tell but seems unlikely.).
Lewis, M. (Matthew Gregory), The bleeding nun of the Castle of Lindenberg, or, The history of Raymond & Agnes / (London: Printed by and for Hodgson & Co., No.
10, Newgate-Street, ), also by Robert Cruikshank and Hodgson & Co. (Publishers) (page images at HathiTrust).
Raymond and Agnes; the travelers benighted; or, The bleeding nun of Lindenberg. An interesting drama, in two acts. “Appears the Bleeding Nun. “Now you shall play the bleeding Nun, 45 “Array’d in robes so white, “And at the solemn hour of one, “Stalk forth to meet your knight.
“Our steeds shall bear us far away, “Beyond your father’s power, 50 “And Agnes, long ere break of day, “Shall rest in Raymond’s bower.”File Size: 1MB.
Secondly, it must be noted that there are several subplots and symbols which include a Der Freischütz- ian wolf-hunt, an inherited curse, a Gothic castle, a bleeding nun, mistaken identity and an attempted murder.
Predictably all ends happily for the Raymond and Agnes. The. Raymond and Agnes; The Travelers Benighted; or, The Bleeding Nun of Lindenberg. An interesting drama, in two acts.
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