[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Alfred lacuzzi, The European Vogue of Favart (New York, 1932)
Lacuzzi
The European Vogue of Favart
1932
2
Louise Parkinson Arnoldson, Sedaine et les musiciens de son temps (Paris, 1934)
Arnoldson
Sedaine et les musiciens de son temps
1934
3
R.-Aloys Mooser, L'Opéra-comiçue fran\acute{e}ais en Russie au <latex>$XVIII^e$</latex> si\acute{e}cle (Geneva, 1954), pp. 45ff
Mooser
L'Op\acute{e}ra-comique fran\acute{c}ais en Russie au <latex>$XVIII^\acute{e}$</latex> si\acute{e}cle
1954
Operas, intermezzos, ballets, cantates, oratorios jou\acute{e}s en Russie durant le <latex>$XVIII^e$</latex> si\acute{e}cle (Geneva, 1955)
Operas, intermezzos, ballets, cantates, oratorios jou\acute{e}s en Russie durant le <latex>$XVIII^e$</latex> si\acute{e}cle
1955
Ocherki po istorii muzyki v Rossii, published posthumously in 1928 but written, to a large extent, before the Revolution
Ocherki po istorii muzyki v Rossii
1928
Thus, P. N. Berkov in his often excellent Istoriia russkoi komedii XVIII v. (Leningrad, 1977), pp. 180ff
Berkov
Istoriia russkoi komedii XVIII
1977
Tsar Maximilian
Tsar Maximilian
Yurii Keldysh, Russkaia muzyka XVIII veka (Moscow, 1965), ch. 6.
Keldysh
ch. 6
Russkaia muzyka XVIII veka
1965
4
Berkov's Istoriia russkoi komedii XVIII
Berkov
Istoriia russkoi komedii XVIII
Nikolev's Rozana and Liubim
Nikolev
Rozana and Liubim
pp. 190ff, 207ff
5
Yakovb Kniazhnin(1742-91)
Misfortune from a Coach (Neschastie ot karety, 1779
Misfortune from a Coach
1779
Vasily Pashkevich, and The Hot Mead Ven- dor (Sbitenshchik, 1784)
Pashkevich
The Hot Mead Vendor
1784
The Misfortune from a Coach and The Hot Mead Vendor remained in the repertoire of Russian theater until the 1820s
The Misfortune from a Coach and The Hot Mead Vendor
1820
6
E.g., B. N. Aseev, Russkii dramaticheskii teatr (Moscow, 1958), p. 315
Aseev
315
Russkii dramaticheskii teatr
1958
Keldysh, p. 259
259
The Village Feast
The Village Feast
Sochineniia i perevody V. I. Maikova, ed. L. N. Maikov (St. Petersburg, 1867)
Sochineniia i perevody V. I. Maikova
1867
7
D. S. Mirsky, A History of Russian Literature, p. 59
Mirsky
59
A History of Russian Literature
8
Keldysh, pp. 287-88
287
Aseev, Russkii dramaticheskii teatr (1977 edn.), pp. 425- 26
Aseev
425
Russkii dramaticheskii teatr
1977
9
You Shall Be Known By The Way You Live (Kak pozhivesh', tak i proslyvesh')
You Shall Be Known By The Way You Live
The St. Petersburg Bazaar
The St. Petersburg Bazaar
Berkov anthology and (in ex- cerpts) in Khrestomatiia po russkoi literature XVIII veka, ed. A. V. Kokorev (Moscow, 1961)
Khrestomatiia po russkoi literature XVIII veka
1961
Findeizen II, 224-30
22
Keldysh, pp. 315-24
315
10
Keldysh for a summary of this research
11
The Candidate Priest (Stavlennik)
The Candidate Priest (Stavlennik)
Russkaia starina (St. Petersburg, June 1875), pp. 277-300
277
Russkaia starina
1875
Istoriia russkoi kome- dii XVIII v., pp. 208-211
208
Istoriia russkoi komedii XVIII v.
12
A. S. Rabinovich, Russkaia opera do Glinki (Moscow, 1948)
Rabinovich
Russkaia opera do Glinki
1948
T. Livanova, Russkaia mu- zykal'naia kul'tura XVIII veka, two vols. (Moscow, 1953)
Livanova
Russkaia muzykal'naia kul'tura XVIII veka
1953
Gerald R. Seaman, History of Rus- sian Music (New York and Washington, 1967), vol. 1
Seaman
1
History of Russian Music
1967
I. R. Leonard, A History of Russian Music (New York, 1957)
Leonard
A History of Russian Music
1957
James Bakst, in A History of Russian-Soviet Music (New York, 1966)
Bakst
A History of Russian-Soviet Music
1966
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