Louis Lacombe - Operas

Operas

  • La madone, (opéra comique, 1 act, P.F. de Carmouche), f.p. 16 January 1861, Théâtre Lyrique, Paris.
  • Winkelried, (opéra, 4 acts, L. Bonnemère & Moreau-Sainti), ms. 1876-1881, f.p. 17 February 1892, Grand Théâtre, Geneva.
  • Madame Boniface, (opéra, 3 acts, E. Dupré & Clairville), f.p. autumn 1883, Théâtre Bouffes-Parisiens, Paris.
  • Le tonnelier de Nuremberg, (opéra-comique, 2 acts, Charles-Louis-Etienne Nuitter, after E.T.A. Hoffmann) in German as: Meister Martin und seine Gesellen, f.p. 7 March 1897, Koblenz.
  • Le Corrigane, ou La reine des eaux (opéra, 3 acts, Nuitter) in German as: Die Korrigane, f.p. 14 March 1901, Sondershausen.
  • Le festin de pierre, (comic opera, 1 act, Clairville), in German as: Der Kreuzritter, f.p. 21 March 1902, Sondershausen.

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