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W.H. Husk

revised by Nicholas Temperley

John Liston, the comedian. For many years he persistently advocated the establishment of a national opera. Rodwell's songs, glees and stage pieces enjoyed a good deal of popularity in their day, but they scarcely outlived him, and to modern taste they have only a faint appeal. Works Stage no music survives, unless otherwise indicated; all first performances in London DL Drury Lane Theatre CG Covent Garden Theatre LY Lyceum Theatre (English Opera House) † partly adapted Waverley, or Sixty Years Since (melodramatic burletta, 3, E. Fitzball, after