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Martha, or Richmond Fair (Martha, oder Der Markt von Richmond). 4-act opera by Flotow to lib. by W. Friedrich after V. de Saint-Georges's ballet-pantomime Lady Henriette for which Flotow had comp. some mus. Makes use of ‘The Last Rose of Summer’, as ‘Letzte Rose’. Prod. Vienna 1847, London 1849, NY 1852.

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Martha

Martha, in the New Testament, friend of Jesus, sister of Mary and Lazarus of Bethany. In Christian literature, Martha has been a symbol of the active, as opposed to the contemplative, life. Feast: July 29.

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Martha

Martha •Cather • naphtha •anther, panther, Samantha •Arthur, MacArthur, Martha •ether, Ibiza •Tabitha • Hiawatha • author • Gotha •Luther • Gunther • Agatha • Golgotha •Bertha, Jugurtha

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