View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Pyramus And Thisbe" on Discogs. John Frederick Lampe, Jack Edwards, Colin Baldy, Opera Restor'd, Peter Holman, Susan Bisatt, Philippa Hyde, Michael Sanderson, Arwel Treharne, Mark Padmore. 'Congratulations to Peter Holman, Jack Edwards and their helpers for a wonderful entertainment and to Hyperion for recording it' (Early Music Review). CRITIC REVIEW: “John Frederick Lampe, born in Saxony, settled in England in the s. PYRAMUS AND THISBE () was his last opera; later he went to Dublin. Pyramus and Thisbe is a "mock opera" by the German-born]composer John Frederick Lampe on the Opera Restor'd, The Parley of Instruments, conducted by Peter Holman. Music John Frederick Lampe (born Saxony, ; died Edinburgh, 25 July ). Text Anon, perhaps the composer. Source Act 5 of A Midsummer Night's Dream. WORKS: Pyramus and Thisbe; Flute Concerto in G (Cuckoo) the New Grove Dictionary of Opera, the German-born composer John Frederick Lampe. By John Frederick Lampe. His works for the stage include the mock operas Pyramus and Thisbe () and The Dragon of Wantley (opera) (). Peter Holman, the harpsichordist who led the performances of John Frederick Lampe's "Pyramus and Thisbe" (Hyperion CDA ; CD). Pyramus and Thisbe. i. Composer: John Frederick Lampe · Susan Bisatt (soprano); Mark Padmore (tenor); Michael Sanderson (tenor); Peter Holman (conductor).