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''[[Aus Liebe zur Kunst, oder Ein Singspiel]]'' is a German musical farce in one act by Gustav von Moser (1825-1903)[https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustav_von_Moser].
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Also found simply as Aus Liebe zur Kunst. Posse mit Gesang in 1 Akt. Bloch, Berlin 1864.
==The original text==
The play was first performed  at the Wallner-Theater, Berlin and the libretto published by Eduard Bloch, L. Lassar's Buchhandlung in Berlin, Brüderstrasse Nr. 2, Berlin, in 1864 and again in 1873, with the music attributed to August Conradi (1821-1873)[].
==Translations and adaptations==
Translated  into  [[Dutch]] as ''[[Het Zangerfeest]]'' ("the singer's festival") .
== Performance history in South Africa ==
Performed in [[Dutch]] as ''[[Het Zangerfeest]]'' by the [[rederijkerskamer]] [[Onze Taal]] in the Pretoria in the period 1891-1898.
== Sources ==
Facsimile version of the original German Text of 1864, Bayerische StaatsBibliothek[https://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/0005/bsb00056236/images/index.html?id=00056236&groesser=&fip=yztswyztseayaxdsydsdasxseayaenyzts&no=3&seite=7]
Archival Material on the play in the Learned Collection on German-Language Theater, Van Pelt Library,  University of Pennsylvania (Theodor Bloch materials, Folders 311-313)[https://www.worldcat.org/title/aus-liebe-zur-kunst-oder-ein-singspiel-posse-mit-gesang-in-1-akt-ca-1873-1878-1886/oclc/155866197]
[[Ludwig Wilhelm  Berthold Binge]]. 1969. ''Ontwikkeling van die Afrikaanse toneel (1832-1950)''.
Pretoria: J.L. van Schaik: p. 35.
Go to [[ESAT Bibliography]]
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