Cléopâtre

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Composer:

Jules Massenet

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Language:

French

Synopsis:

Cléopâtre Synopsis

Libretto:

Cléopâtre Libretto

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About the opera Cléopâtre

Cléopâtre is an opera in four acts by Jules Massenet to a French libretto by Louis Payen. It was first performed in at the Opéra Monte-Carlo on February 23, 1914, nearly two years after Massenet's death.
Cléopâtre is one of three operas by Massenet to be premiered posthumously; the others are Panurge (1913) and Amadis (1922). The piece has seen limited revival since its premiere and has a modest modern recording history.
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Roles in Cléopâtre

Cléopâtre Mezzo-Soprano
Marc-Antoine Baritone
Octavie Soprano
Spakos Tenor
Amnhès Baritone
Charmion Soprano
Ennius Baritone
Severus Baritone

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