The Beggar's Opera

References

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  5. ^ "Long runs". World Theatres
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  12. ^ His dark song of self-justification is the only song that appears in both The Beggar's Opera and The Threepenny Opera (as Morgenchoral des Peachum). The lyrics in the latter version are very different, but the melody and the position of the song in the libretto are retained.
  13. ^ "The first production." The Beggar's Opera. Accessed 10 August 2011.
  14. ^ Guerinot & Jilg, 87–88.
  15. ^ Guerinot & Jilg, 89.
  16. ^ Kidson, Frank. "The Beggar's Opera" The Musical Times 1 January 1921: 18–19.
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  18. ^ 1948 Benjamin Britten version of The Beggar's Opera at the Guide to Musical Theatre
  19. ^ Takarazuka Revue
  20. ^ "The Convict's Opera – STC & Out of Joint" by Jack Teiwes, Australian Stage, 8 October 2008
  21. ^ http://www.belgrade.co.uk/site/scripts/show_details.php?showID=367 Belgrade Theatre
  22. ^ Michael Billington (30 June 2011). "Review – The Beggar's Opera". The Guardian

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