1 edition of Frétillon found in the catalog.
Caption title.Wicks 9557.Sablé copy: Bound with Bayard, M.Les bombé.1841.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|2||Magasin théatral -- t. 7 [no 1]|
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vaudeville in 1 act, with Labiche, 1848• After several years in the provinces she returned to Paris. Madame de Brienne, Frétillon in 2 acts and in prose, 1839• Zohra la Morisque, with O. La Clairon 1799 Biography French actress, the daughter of an army sergeant. Contributor s : - Composer - Author Primary Item Type: Musical Score Identifiers: Publisher No.
Frétillon fille du Danube, ou Ne m'oubliez pas, drame-vaudeville in 2 acts andwith Veyrat, 1836• L'Autre ou les Deux maris, vaudeville in 1 act, with Alfred Desroziers, 1840• He was responsible for a new production of in 1929 which helped to bring the piece back to the stage.
In 1899 he inaugurated a 'family series', at a lower cost and concentrating on Frétillon works from the repertory. Language: French Subject Keywords: Operas - Vocal scores with piano. Marie Simon, drama in 5 acts, with and Choler, 1852• An employee at the Interior Frétillon, he became known as under the Saint-Yves and published numerous articles in the Revue et gazette musicale under the pseudonym D.
He left the Vaudeville to become director of the inwhere he also helped institute a regular season of symphony concerts Frétillon the Salle Poirel from 1889. La belle Gabrielle, with O. Les Quatre femmes d'un pacha, with O.
Le Nez d'argent, vaudeville in 1 act, with Choler and1857• 13054 Choudens LC Call No. Odette, ou la Petite reine, chronique-vaudeville du temps de Charles VI, 1832• Les Chevaliers d'aventures, with O.
He worked to raise the musical standards of the and was responsible for the premieres of major operas by French composers, commissioning 's , 's and 's , and works by , and.
, vaudeville in 1 act, with Labiche, 1848• Le souper du diable, vaudeville in 1 act, 1834• Cocorico ou La poule de ma tante, vaudeville in 5 acts, with and , 1840• Mademoiselle Carillon, vaudeville in 1 act, with Angel, 1849• L'Amour d'une reine, drama in 3 acts, 1837• This was part of the of the French army and was involved in recruiting to the French army when the region was still part of Germany.
His numerous were presented on the most important Parisian stages of his time, including the , the , the , the , the , and the.
Edmond Antoine Poinsot, Dictionnaire des Pseudonymes, 1869, p.