Kłótnia przez zakład (Lipiński, Karol Józef)

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Іоахимъ (2018/7/9)

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Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1812).
Misc. Notes Inscribed "Pollca".
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Іоахимъ (2018/7/9)

Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1812).
Misc. Notes 1812 may be the year of composition, first performance or completion of the manuscript. Most probably all of these? On the cover page there is also a date, twice written, but difficult to read.
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Work Title Kłótnia przez zakład
Alternative. Title Sceniczna fraszka w jednym akcie; Komedyo-opera w jednym akcie
Name Translations A Dispute over a Bet; Спор об закладе
Name Aliases Szuba sobolowa czyli Kłótnia przez zakład; The Sable Fur Coat, or, The Brilliant Ring, or, A Dispute over a Bet; The Sable Fur Coat, or A Dispute over a Bet; Соболья шуба, или Спор об заклад
Authorities Wikipedia
Composer Lipiński, Karol Józef
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IKL 25
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's overture. 1 act (at least 9 music numbers):
  • Overture
  • Air (Sowizdrzalski). "Cały świat na kłótni stoi"
  • ? (Sowizdrzalski). "Jestem sobie chłopiec walny"
  • Air (Żyd). "Już to roszystkich jest zwyczaim"
  • Air (Postylion). "Nie coje pan mężulko drogi"
  • Air (Kapitan Burda). "Jestem Burda, dobrze znany"
  • Poloneos [sic] (Starogdyrski). "Gdzież się podział ów wiek złoty"
  • Air ([Panna Tryndalewiczowna and Pani Wąsokrętoszowa?]). "Jestem Panna Tryndalewiczowna!"
  • Vaudeville (Wąsokrętosz and Sowizdrzalski). "Hollendersky dukat uczy"
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1812 ca.
First Performance. 1812?
Librettist Jan Nepomucen Kamiński (1777-1855)
Language Polish
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, orchestra
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  • "His [Lipiński's] first serious forays into the world of composition had been limited to opera pieces in response to the needs of the stage. He had written music for an operetta, A Dispute over a Bet, which he conducted at the [Lemberg/Lviv] theater. It included a polonaise that became extremely popular, but most memorably, its overture astonished listeners, as it made use of the banned national Polish song, Jeszcze Polska nie zgineła (Poland is not yet lost)." - [1]
  • "[unvollständige Stimmen in BJ]  %%%%%" - Lipinski Society
What is this BJ? Could't find it in the catalogue of Biblioteka Jagiellońska.
  • texts of 3 numbers (Sowizdrzalski's air; Polonaise; and Vaudeville) were printed in 1815 in "Rocznik Teatru Polskiego we Lwowie": [2]
  • The list of musical numbers is made up from the libretto lacking the end of the piece. The vaudeville is cited from the Rocznik. There might have been at least one more final number.