Paris: Max Eschig [PN M.E. 725], 1912.
Folio. Original publisher's peach wrappers illustrated by Clérice Frères and printed in white, green, and lavender. 1f. (recto dedication, verso blank), 1f. (recto title printed in red and black, verso blank), 1f. (recto notes on first performance with named cast list), 88, 1f. (blank) pp.
Named cast includes Lowelly, Tesorone, and Ovido.
Wrappers slightly worn.
Le trahison de Pan, to a libretto by Bordèse, was first performed in Aix-les-Bains at the Casino on September 13, 1911.
"Much of Lecocq’s music is characterized by a light touch, but he could also adopt a more lyrical and elevated style than Offenbach and termed several of his operettas opéras comiques. His greatest popular triumph, La fille de Madame Angot, has remained a classic among operettas, and demonstrates Lecocq’s abundant flow of pleasing melodies, his deft exploitation of rhythm for a lively theatrical effect, impressive building up of extended numbers, and typically French shaping of phrases." Andrew Lamb in Grove Music Online.
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