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Josef Stritzko

Postcards advertising Tip-Top (c.1907)

 

Colour image of a postcard advertising Tip-Top;Includes two photographs (unidentified), an illustration, and the opening of the vocal score of the number Quanto è bella la gioviezza

 

A two-colour postcard advertising Stritzko's Tip-Top (c.1907); Includes a photograph (unidentified man), images and the opening of the vocal score of the number Der Hergott ist ein Musterwirt

 

A two-colour postcard advertising Stritzko's Tip-Top (c. 1907); Includes a photograph (unidentified man), images, and the opening of the vocal score of the number Du mein Herzenshort

 

Two-colour postcard advertising Stritzko's Tip-Top (c. 1907); Includes a photograph (unidentified man and woman), images and the opening of tghe vocal score of the number Ein Rendez-vous...

 

 

Two-colour postcard advertising Stritzko's Tip-Top (c. 1907); Includes a photograph (probably of Mizzi Wirth), images and the vocal score of an extract from Dolly's Traumlied

This music is an extract from 'Dolly's Traumlied' (Act II)

 

Two colour postcard advertising Stritzko's Tip-Top (c. 1907); Includes a photograph (woman, perhaps Mizzi Wirth), images and the opening of the vocal score of the number Das Leben will ja leben so lang's lebendig ist.

 

 

The Cast

 

b&w image of the advertisement for the first performance of Stritzko's operetta, Tip-Top on 5 October 1907.

Sepia photograph of Karl Meister (not in costume)

b&w photograph from a postcard, of Louis Treumann (not in costume)

 

Karl Meister

1875–?

Louis Treumann

1872–1943

Sepia postcard photograph of Franz Glawatsch (in costume for Das Dreimädelhaus)

B&W photograph of Mizzi Wirth, not in costume

b&w postcard photograph of Lotte Klein (in costume for Kyritz-Pyritz)

Franz Glawatsch

1871–1928

Mizzi Wirth

 

Lotte Klein
  colourised postcard photograph of Luise Karlousch  
  Luise Karlousch  

 

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