Sir John Stevenson


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Sir John Stevenson was born in Dublino on the th November 1761, the same year of the composers Abeille, Alday, Cimador, Kunzen, Lefèbvre, Masek, Perotti, Trento. He died in Kells (Co. Meath) on the 14th September 1833

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Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of late Baroque


"The Contrast" was performed on the 14th of May 1782 in Dublin

"The Double Stratagem" (r. The Contrast) was performed in Dublin on the 19th of May 1784

"Love in a Blaze" was performed on the 29th of May 1799 in Dublin

"The Bedouins, or The Arabs of the Desert" was performed in Dublin on the 1st of May 1801

"The Patriot, or The Hermit of Saxellen" was performed in 1811

"Border Feuds, or The Lady of Bucchleuch" was performed in 1811

"The Spanish Patriots, or A Thousand Years Ago" was performed on the 22nd of September 1812 in Londra (Lyceum Theatre)

"The Russian Sacrifice, or The Burning of Moscow" has been represented in 1813

"Edwin and Angelina" was performed in 1815

"The Cavern, or The Outlaws" was performed on the 22nd of April 1825 in Dublin


"A Farewell" (Farewell! if ever fondest prayer), text of George Gordon Noel Byron, Lord Byron (1788-1824)

"Oft in the stilly night", text of Thomas Moore (1779-1852)

"The harp that once through Tara's halls", text of Thomas Moore (1779-1852)

"Believe me if all those endearing young charms", text of Thomas Moore (1779-1852)

"The Minstrel-Boy" (The Minstrel Boy to the war is gone), text of Thomas Moore (1779-1852)

"'Tis the last rose of summer", text of Thomas Moore (1779-1852)

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"The Nightmare" (1781), oil on canvas, 127 x 102 cm, of the painter Johann Heinrich (Henry Fuseli) Fussli, contemporary of Stevenson (Institute of the Arts, Detroit)

Sir John Stevenson

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