Paris: Société d'Éditions Musicales (ancien Fonds Paul Dupont) [PN S.E.M. 3407], . Folio. Three-quarter contemporary dark brown morocco with marbled boards, raised bands and titling gilt to spine, marbled endpapers, with original publisher's dark ivory wrappers printed in sepia bound in. [i] (title, printed by H. Minot in Paris), [i] (copyright notice), 1f. (named cast list), 1f. (table of contents), 281, [i] (blank) pp.
Named cast includes Fugère,m Francell, Delvoye, Azéma, Payan, Belhomme, Dupré, Mesmaecker, Cazeneuve, Vaurs, Eloi, Marguerite Carré, Mathieu-Lutz, Beriza, Jurand, Cocyte, Ganteri, Faye, Robur, and Carro.
Printer's note ("Reynaud gr. Imp. Minot") to lower margin of p. 281.
Binding slightly worn and rubbed. Slightly browned; upper corners of some leaves creased; small tear to blank upper margins of pp. 31-32 and pp. 251-252, not affecting music. A very good copy overall.
First Edition of the first version. Lesure II p. 150. OCLC no. 19727616.
Le Mariage de Télémaque, to a libretto by Jules Lemaitre and Maurice Donnay, was first performed in Paris at the Opéra-Comique on May 4, 1910.
"[Terrasse's] works formed a conspicuous part of the renaissance of [opéra bouffe] which followed the last examples by Audran and Strauss, and was contemporary with Lecocq's last pieces." David Charlton and Cormac Newark in Grove Music Online. Item #26181
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