. Each 225 x 140 mm. and drawn by Auguste Siméon Garneray (1785-1824), signed with initials in the stone ("A.G.") and lithographed by G[odefroy] Engelmann (1788-1839).
- Albert, François Decombe (1787-1865). Mr. Albert. Le Duc Mevilla... Dans Clary, Ballet Pantomime en 3 Actes... 3
- Mr. Ferdinand. Germano Valet du Duc... 4
- Courtin, Marie. Mme. Courtin. Betti Suivante de Clary... 5
- Montjoie, Louis Stanislas (1789-1865). Mr. Montjoie. Un Seigneur Ami du Duc... 6
- Mlle. Fanny. La Pre. Danseuse... 11
- Bigottini, Émilie (1784-1858). Mlle. Bigottini. Clary, grand costume... [unnumbered]
Laid down at corners to mounting paper.
Chaffee French Series D. New York Public Library Digital Collections: Mme. Courtin (NYPL image ID 5095407); Melle. Fanny (NYPL image ID 1515914); Bigottini (NYPL image ID 5073713).
Clari, ou La promesse de mariage, choreographed by Louis-Jacques Milon to music by Rodolphe Kreutzer (1766-1831) was first performed at the Académie Royale de Musique on June 19, 1820.
Milon (?1766-?1849) was a French ballet dancer, choreographer, and ballet master. He produced highly successful ballets including Pygmalion (starring his young sister-in-law, Émilie Bigottini) and Héro et Léandre, after which he was named assistant ballet master to Pierre Gardel... "Another ballet that made a favorable impression several years later was Clari... with Bigottini and Albert in the principal roles. 'It was a typical example of pre-Romantic ballet,' said Ivor Guest (1980), 'with characters drawn from everyday life and its action evincing a rather naive sympathy with the common people.' " Monique Babsky in the International Encyclopedia of Dance, Vol. 4, pp. 422-423. He was also considered the last "grand professeur" of pantomime at the Opéra." Wikipedia. Item #29724
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