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  • Fleance, {FICT} (c.1020 - c.1045)
    wikipedia : Fleance and his father Banquo are both fictional characters presented as historical fact by Hector Boece, whose Scotorum Historiae (1526–27) was a source for Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles,...
  • Duncan I, King of Scots (1001 - 1040)
    mac Crínáin (Modern Gaelic: Donnchadh mac Crìonain) anglicised as Duncan I, and nicknamed An t-Ilgarach, "the Diseased" or "the Sick" (died 14 August 1040) was king of Scotland (Alba). Parents: Crínán ...
  • Malcolm III, 'Canmore', King of Scots (1031 - 1093)
    áel Coluim mac Donnchada (Modern Gaelic: Maol Chaluim mac Dhonnchaidh), Anglicised Malcolm III, in later centuries nicknamed Canmore, (c.1031[6] - 13 November 1093), King of Scots. * Parents: Donnchad ...
  • Gruoch 'Lady MacBeth' (c.1015 - c.1060)
    Grouch, daughter of Boite mac Cinaeda mhic Dubh. Crowned Queen of Scots in 1040. Later Dates unknownMarried 1. Gille Comgain, one child, son: Lulach2. Macbeth - no confirmed children of this marriage [...
  • Banquo, {FICT} (c.990 - 1043)
    wikipedia : Fleance and his father Banquo are both fictional characters presented as historical fact by Hector Boece, whose Scotorum Historiae (1526–27) was a source for Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles,...

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Macbeth

photos.geni.com/p13/e6/6e/6f/ba/5344485c1cc53e32/2_original.jpgMacbeth meets the witches.

27. Macbeth / revised version

  • French revised version, with additions including Lady Macbeth's aria La luce langue and removal of *Macbeth's final aria followed by his death off stage.
  • Libretto translated from Italian by Charles Nuitter and Alexandre Beaumont
  • Premiere Théâtre Lyrique, Paris, 21 April 1865

photos.geni.com/p13/11/38/f9/bb/5344485c1cc53e31/1_original.jpgMacbeth. Illustration by Frédéric Lix from the premiere of the 1865 version at Lyrique Theatre, Paria.


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