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Herculanum. Libretto. French

Herculanum. Libretto. French

 
 
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Paroles de MM. Méry et Hadot ; musique de M. Félicien David. (statement of responsibility)
U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Imprint taken from front cover; price on front cover: 1 franc; half title--p. 1; "Représenté pour la première fois à Paris, sur le Théâtre imperial de l'Opéra, le 4 mars 1859"--p. 1; copyright dated 1859--title page; synopsis of plot--p. 5-7; advertisements back cover.
"Les divertissemts sont de M. Mazilier; les décors des premier et quatrième actes sont de MM. Cambon et Thierry; ceux des deuxième et troisieme actes, de M. Despléchin"--p. 2.
Statements regarding staging, costumes, decor, and other production details--p. 2.
"Paris, typ. de Pillet Fils Ainé, 5, rue des GR.-Augustins"--p. 2.
"Paris. Imprimerie de A. Wittersheim, 8, rue de Montmorency"--back cover.
Personnages: HELIOS. M. Roger -- NICANOR, SATAN. M. Obin -- MAGNUS. M. Marié -- SATAN. M. Coulon -- OLYMPIA. Mme Borghi-Mamo -- LILIA. Mme Gueymard-Lauters--p. 8.
Personnages du ballet: DAPHNIS. M. Mérante -- ERIGONE. Mme Emma Livry--p. 8.
Performance: Paris, Théâtre imperial de l'Opera, 1859. (venue)
Performance: Us-Wc (venue)

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