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The great operas; the romantic legends upon which the masters of song have founded their famous lyrical compositions.

Author: James W Buel
Publisher: London, Philadelphia, Société universelle lyrique [1899]
Series: Educational edition
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Genre/Form: Stories, plots, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James W Buel
OCLC Number: 913560
Description: 5 volumes illustrations 44 x 35 cm.
Contents: sect. 1: The introduction. A brief history of opera. A life-sketch of Giuseppe Verdi. La traviata. A sketch of Richard Wagner. Tannhäuser. A sketch of Ambroise Thomas. Mignon. A sketch of Charles François Gounod. Faust. A sketch of Pietro Mascagni. Cavalleria rusticana. --
sect. 2: The Rhinegold. The Valkyrie. Siegfried. Götterdämmerung. Sketch of Friedrich von Flotow. Stradella. --
sect. 3: Martha. Semiramide. Manon. Norma. Marriage of Figaro. --
sect. 4: Aida. A sketch of Carl Maria von Weber. Der Freischutz. La dame blanche. A sketch of François Boieldieu. Sapho. A sketch of J. Massenet. Lucia di Lammermoor. A sketch of Gaëtano Donizetti. --
sect. 5: Orpheus and Eurydice. A sketch of Christoph von Gluck. A sketch of Giacomo Meyerbeer. The Huguenots. Il travatore. Carmen. A sketch of Georges Bizet. The Jewess. A sketch of Jacques François Halévy. --
sect. 6. The flying Dutchman. Fidelio. A sketch of Ludwig von Beethoven. Lohengrin. Hansel and Gretel. A sketch of Englebert Humperdinck. Don Giovanni. --
sect. 7: Nero. A sketch of Anton Gregor Rubinstein. I puritani. The mastersingers of Nuremberg. Lakme. A sketch of Leo Delibes. Samson and Delilah. A sketch of C. Saint-Saëns. --
sect. 8. Tristan and Isolde. The magic flute. The Bohemian girl. A sketch of Michael Balfe. La Bohéme. Sketch of Giacomo Puccini. Queen of Sheba. A sketch of Karl Goldmark. sect. 9: The prophet. Robert the Devil. Lucretia Borgia. William Tell. A sketch of Gioacchino Antonio Rossini. Fra Diavolo. A sketch of Daniel François Esprit Auber. --
sect. 10: The barber of Seville. L'Africaine. La favorita. La sonambula. Rigoletto.
Series Title: Educational edition
Responsibility: Introduced by Giuseppe Verdi; edited by James W. Buel.

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