Paris: Choudens [PN A.C. 14976], 1922. Large octavo. Original publisher's dark ivory wrappers printed in red and black. 1f. (title), 1f. (dedication), 1f. (notes on first performance and named cast list), 1f. (index), 360 pp.
Named cast includes Yvonne Gall, Lyse Charny, Marthe Coiffier, Lucienne Estève, Sibille, Reville, Monna Païva, . Trantoul, Félix Vioeuille, A. Allard, and E. Dupré,
Wrappers slightly worn and stained; small circular publisher's handstamp to upper; minor creasing to spine. Occasional minor to moderate foxing.
Les Noces Corinthiennes was first performed at the Opéra-Comique on May 10, 1922 to a libretto by Anatole France after J.W. von Goethe.
While Büsser composed a wide range of compositions, his most important works were for the stage. His operas include Daphnis et Chloé, Colomba and Les noces corinthiennes. Several stage works demonstrate his comic wit, especially Le carosse du Saint Sacrement and Roxelane as well as the farce Diaforus 60, an update of Molière's Le malade imaginaire. He composed in a sophisticated compositional style with finely crafted orchestration, but remained faithful to 19th-century French tradition." Wikipedia. Item #28410
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