The Beggar's Opera

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  5. ^ Although when The Beggar's Opera opened in 1920, Chu Chin Chow had been running since 1916, receiving 2,238 performances up to 1921. Source: "Long runs in London". World Theatres. Archived from the original on 23 June 2016. Retrieved 19 June 2016.
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  14. ^ 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.
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