Prince Hoare (1755-1834)

Land : Grande-Bretagne
Sprache : anglais
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : Bath (G.B.), 1755
Tod : Brighton (G.B.), 22-12-1834
Anmerkung :
Fils du peintre Hoare, William et neveu du sculpteur Horace, Prince (mort en 1769). - Peintre et auteur dramatique. - Secrétaire de la Royal academy de Londres
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8111 8764

Activities of Prince Hoare (1755-1834) (12)

Auteur du texte (11)

No song, no supper, Stephen Storace. [Opéra-comique en 2 actes. Paroles de Prince Hoare]. Edited by Roger Fiske. [Partition d'orchestre avec le texte parlé]
Epochs of the arts, including hints on the use and progress of painting and sculpture in Great Britain, by Prince Hoare
An Inquiry into the requisite cultivation and present state of the arts of design in England, by Prince Hoare
The Paragraph, a musical entertainment, in two acts...
Extracts from a correspondence with the Academies of Vienna and St. Petersburg, on the cultivation of the arts of painting, sculpture and architecture in the Austrian and Russian dominions, to which is prefixed a summary account of the transactions of the Royal Academy of London from the close of the exhibition 1801 to the present exhibition... 1802,... by Prince Hoare,...
My grandmother. A musical entertainment as performed at the theatre royal Hay-Market and Drury Lane. The music composed by Stephen Storace .... [Paroles de Prince Hoare. Réduction chant et piano]
No song, no supper. A comic opera in two acts as performed at the Theatre royal Drury Lane. The music chiefly composed and adapted for the harpsichord or piano-forte [from music by Giordani, Grétry, Harrington and Pleyel], by Stephen Storace.... [Words by Prince Hoare]
The three and the deuce or Which is which? A comic drama in 1 a.. - [1]
The Arethusa. - [52]
No song, no supper. - by Prince Hoare ; London, theatre royal Drury lane, 16th April, 1790. - [20]
The Arethusa. - [5]

Éditeur scientifique (1)

Memoirs of Granville Sharp, esq

See also (7)