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ISNI: 
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Name: 
Gay, ..
Gay, Johann
Gay, John,
Gay (Mister)
Gay (Mr)
Ge, Ioann
גאי, ג'ון
גי, ג'ון
جون جي،
جي، جون،
ゲイ, ジョン
Dates: 
1685-1732
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Manuscript language material
Manuscript notated music
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Projected medium
text
Two-dimensional nonprojectable graphic
Creation role: 
author
creator
editor
librettist
performer
Related names: 
Brecht, Bertolt (1898-1956)
Britten, Benjamin
Fuller, John
Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759)
Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759)
Hauptmann, Elisabeth
Pepusch, Johann Christoph
Pepusch, John Christopher (1667-1752)
Pope, Alexander (1688-1744)
Scriblerus, Martin (see also from)
Scriblerus, Martin (other; see also from)
Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745)
Villoteau, Renée (1898-)
Weill, Kurt (1900-1950)
Westbury, Marjorie
Yale University, June 1967
Żuławski, Juliusz (1910-1999))
הלר, ערגה
سلامه، عادل
海保, 真夫 (1938-2003)
Titles: 
Achilles. : An opera...
Acis and Galatea a serenata. The music composed by Mr. Handel
Acis and Galatea Look down, harmonious saint
Acis und Galatea : Pastoral
Beautés de la poésie anglaise
bedelaarsopera, De : een zangspel van: John Gay
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "A fox may steal your hens, sir" (Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "A maid is like the golden ore" (Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Can love be control'd by advice?" (Polly, Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "I like a ship in storms was tossed" (Polly, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air "If any wench Venus's girdle wear" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "If love the virgin's heart invade" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "My heart was so free" (Macheath, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "O Polly, you might have toy'd and kissed" (Mrs Peachum, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "O what pain it is to part!" (Polly, Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Oh, ponder well! be not severe" (Polly, Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Our Poly is a sad slut!" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Pretty Polly, say" (Macheath, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "The miser thus a shilling sees" (Macheath, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "The turtle thus with plaintive crying" (Polly, Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Through all the employments of life" (Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "'Tis woman that seduces all mankind" (Filch, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre" (Polly, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Were I laid on Greenland's coast" (Macheath, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "But 'tis now high time to look about me" (Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "Come hither, Filch" (Mrs Peachum, Filch), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "Dear wife, be a little pacified" (Peachum, Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "I know as well as any of the fine ladies" (Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "Never was a man more out the way in an argument" (Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "Now I'm a wretch" (Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue "Sir, Black Moll hath sent word" (Filch, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "The thing, husband, must and shall be done" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "'Twas only Nimming Ned" (Polly, Peachum, Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "What of Bob Booty, husband?" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. The Beggar's Opera: Act I. Introduction "If poverty be a title to poetry" (Beggar, Player), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "At the tree I shall suffer with pleasure" (Macheath, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Before the barn door crowing" (Jenny, Macheath, Trull, Tawdry, Slammekin, Vixen), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Fill ev'ry glass, for wine inspires us" (Matt, company), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "If the heart of a man is deprest with cares" (Macheath, Drawer), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Let us take the road" (Matt), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Man may escape from rope and gun" (Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "The gamesters and lawyers are jugglers alike" (Jenny, Tawdry, Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Youth's the season made for joys" (Macheath, Jenny, Coaxer, Vixen, Brazen), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "But pr'ythee, Matt, what is become of thy brother Tom?" (Ben, Matt, Jemmy, Jack, Wat, Robin, Ned, Harry), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "Dear Mrs Coaxer, you are welcome" (Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "Gentlemen, well met" (Macheath, Matt), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "I seize you, sir, as my prisoner" (Peachum, Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "Look ye, Mrs Jenny" (Vixen, Coaxer, Slammekin, Trull, Jenny), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "Noble Captain, you are welcome" (Lockit, Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "What a fool is a fond wench!" (Macheath), The
beggar's opera and companion pieces, The
Beggar's opera and Lionel and Clarissa, The
beggar's opera and other works, including Trivia, The beggar's opera, Polly and 15 fables., The
beggar's opera As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. Written by Mr. Gay, The
Beggar's opera, as it is acted at the theatre-royal in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, written by Mr. Gay, to which is added the musick engrav'd on copperplates, The
Beggar's opera, as written by John Gay, distinguishing also the variations of the theatre, as performed at the theatre-royal in Drury-Lane..., The
Beggar's opera, The : As it is acted at the Theatre- Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields.
beggar's opera, The : in three acts
beggar's opera Written by Mr. Gay. To which is prefixed the overture in score: and the musick to each song, The
Beggars's Opera, The
Bettleroper, Die
Cease your funning
distress'd wife. a comedy. By the late Mr. Gay. ..., The
Dramatic works.
Dreigroschenoper (The beggar's opera), Die
edition of John Gay's Achilles, with a critical introduction, by Nancy Eileen Copeland, An
Fables, by John Gay, in two parts, to which are added fables by Edward Moore...
Fables by the late Mr. Gay. A new edition. In one volume complete
Fables by the late Mr. Gay. In two volumes
Fables. By the late Mr Gay. Volume the second
Fables. By the late Mr John Gay in two parts. Complete in one volume
Fables in two parts, by the late Mr. John Gay...
Fables. Invented for the amusement of His Highness William Duke of Cumberland. By Mr. Gay
Fables of Mr. John Gay with An Italian Translation, by Gian Francesco Giorgetti
Fabulæ selectæ auctore Johanne Gay Latine redditæ.
fan A poem. In three books, The
fox at the point of death, The
John Gay's Singspiele
letters of John Gay, The
Miniature pictures Written originally by Mr. Gay, ... Newly adapted to the most fashionable and public characters, of both sexes, now living; ... Containing above six hundred portraits; all of which are acknowledged striking likenesses
Miscellanies in prose and verse
mohocks. A tragi-comical farce As it was Acted near the Watch-House in Covent-Garden, The
Molly Mog
opéra des gueux, L'
opera du gueux., L'
Opera żebracza
panegyrical epistle to Mr. Thomas Snow Goldsmith, near Temple-Barr: Occasion'd by his Buying and Selling of the Third Subscriptions, taken in by the Directors of the South-Sea Company, at a Thousand per Cent, A
plays of John Gay., The
Plays written by Mr. John Gay viz. The captives, a Tragedy. The beggar's opera. Polly, or, the Second Part of the beggar's opera. Achilles, an Opera. The distress'd wife, a Comedy. The rehearsal at Goatham, a Farce. To which is added, An account of the life and writings of the author
poems of Gay, The
Poems on several occasions. By Mr. John Gay. Volume the first
Poems on several occasions. By the late Mr John Gay
poetical works of John Gay, The : including 'Polly', 'The beggar's opera' and selections from the other dramatic work
Poetry and prose
Polly. an opera, as written by John Gay. Being the second part of The beggar's opera.
Polly an opera. Being the second part of The beggar's opera. Written by Mr. Gay
present state of wit, in a letter to a friend in the country. -, The
Rural sports. a poem. Inscribed to Mr. Pope. By Mr. Gay.
Rural sports, together with The birth of the squire, and The hound and the huntsman
Selected poems
shepherd's week, 1714., The
shepherd's week. In six pastorals. By Mr. J. Gay., The
Singspiele...
Six songs from John Gay's The beggar's opera
Three hours after marriage A comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal
To a lady on her passion for old China
Trivia,or,the art of walking the streets of London.
what d'ye call it a tragi-comi-pastoral farce. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Written by Mr. Gay., The
what d'ye call it a tragi-comi-pastoral farce. By Mr. John Gay., The
what is it? A Tragic-Comic-Pastoral-Musical entertainment, as it is performed at the Royal Circus, in St. George's-Fields, The
William and Susan
Wine a poem
Žebrácká opera
Zwei Opern-Burlesken aus der Rokokozeit
חיי היונים
اوبرا الصعلوك
乞食オペラ
Contributed to or performed: 
Beggar's Opera (The Broadside Band, conductor: Jeremy Barlow) (disc 1), The
Notes: 
Drama 140 production (historical) Apr. 12-16, 1966, Experimental Theatre
Text: Facsim. ed. of the 1728 2d ed., London, Chapman & Dodd, 1923
Music: The arrangement by Frederic Austin, pub. by Boosey & Hawkes, London & New York
Producer's thesis (M.F.A.)--Yale University, June 1967
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