Offenbach may refer to:

  • Offenbach am Main, a city in Hesse, Germany
  • Offenbach (district), in Hesse, Germany
  • Offenbach an der Queich, a municipality and administrative collective (Verwaltungsgemeinschaft) in the district Südliche Weinstraße, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
  • Offenbach-Hundheim, a municipality in the district of Kusel, in Rhineland-Palatinate, western Germany
  • Jacques Offenbach, composer
  • Offenbach (band), Quebec rock band
  • A typeface created by Rudolf Koch

Other articles related to "offenbach":

List Of Operettas By Offenbach - Sub-genres
... The stage works of Offenbach (with the two exceptions of the opéras Die Rheinnixen and The Tales of Hoffmann) are broadly referred to as 'operettas' in English references, even though only 16 of them were ... Offenbach called a further 8 opérette bouffe, and there is a single 'opérette fantastique' ... Offenbach invented names for some individual works 'anthropophagie musicale', 'chinoiserie musicale', 'comédie à ariettes', 'conversation alsacienne', 'légende bretonne', and 'légende ...
Le Timbre D'argent - Textual and Musical Analysis
... notably penned the librettos for Gounod’s Faust and Offenbach’s Les contes d'Hoffmann, and Saint-Saëns's opera serves as a "significant link" between ... is similar in many ways to that of Hoffman in Offenbach's opera, and the villainous character of Dr ... Spiridion correspond well to Offenbach's villains (Lindorf, Coppélius, Dapertutto, and Dr Miracle) ...
List Of Operettas By Offenbach - Pastiche
... Theatres in the English-speaking centres used music by Offenbach to create pasticcio during the 1860s and 70s ... Many of these pieces were made to libretti completely unknown to Offenbach ... carnaval des revues and Les hannetons include pre-existing scores but were created under Offenbach and include some new music by him ...
List Of Operettas By Offenbach - See Also
... For Offenbach's opéras see Die Rheinnixen and Les contes d'Hoffmann ... For Offenbach's other works, see List of compositions by Jacques Offenbach ...
Les Deux Aveugles
... musicale (operetta) by Jacques Offenbach ... Offenbach was bold in making light of the disabled poor, but he believed that his patrons would see the humour of the piece ... Most Parisians had been pestered by beggars on Parisian street corners, and Offenbach's blind beggars were con men, rather than deserving outcasts of society ...