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Hidden in Plain Sight:
Musical Treasures in the Penn Library

Curated by Marjorie Hassen

Otto E. Albrecht Music Library
University of Pennsylvania


How Had I Wronged Thee Ever?

William Henry Fry, 1813-1864
How Had I Wronged Thee Ever?
Arranged from the Duet Act II. Of Leonora
Philadelphia: E. Ferrett & Co., 1845
In: Keffer Collection of Sheet Music
RBC Folio M1.A13 K4 Box 10, no. 54

William Henry Fry's opera Leonora was set to a libretto adapted by his brother Joseph from the play The Lady of Lyons, by Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton. The singers referred to in this edition of four arias from the opera were members of the Seguin Opera Troupe who created their roles in the premiere performance.

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