Le Domino Noir

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Composer:

Daniel Auber

Librettist:

Eugène Scribe

Premiere:

2nd december 1837, Paris (Opéra Comique)

Language:

French

Synopsis:

Le Domino Noir Synopsis

Libretto:

Le Domino Noir Libretto

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About the opera Le Domino Noir

Le domino noir (The Black Domino) is an opéra comique by the French composer Daniel Auber, first performed on 2 December 1837 by the Opéra-Comique at the Salle de la Bourse in Paris. The libretto to the three-act piece is by Auber's usual collaborator, Eugène Scribe. It was one of Auber's most successful works, clocking up 1,207 performances by 1909. It received its UK premiere in 1838 and appeared in the USA the following year. Some of Auber's music has a Spanish flavour to reflect its setting.
In 1869, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky provided recitatives to replace the spoken dialogue for a proposed production of Le domino noir by an Italian opera company visiting Russia. No performances are believed to have taken place, but four of Tchaikovsky's recitatives were included in Richard Bonynge's recording of the opera.

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Roles in Le Domino Noir

Angèle de Olivarès Soprano
Brigitte de San Lucar Soprano
Horace de Massarena Tenor
Count Juliano Tenor
Jacinthe Contralto
Gil Perez Bass
Ursule Soprano
Lord Elfort Tenor

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1Overture Popularity:

Opera: Domino Noir, LeComposer: AuberAct: 1.01

Type: instrumentalVoice: n/aLanguage: French

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