Grande Duchesse Gerolstein

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Composer:

Jacques Offenbach

Librettist:

Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy

Premiere:

12 April 1867, Paris (Théâtre des Variétés)

Language:

French

Synopsis:

Grande Duchesse Gerolstein Synopsis

Libretto:

Grande Duchesse Gerolstein Libretto

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About the opera Grande Duchesse Gerolstein

La Grande-Duchesse de Gérolstein (The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein) is an opéra bouffe (a form of operetta), in three acts and four tableaux by Jacques Offenbach to an original French libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy. The story is a satirical critique of unthinking militarism and concerns a spoiled and tyrannical young Grand Duchess who learns that she cannot always get her way.
The opera premiered in Paris in 1867 and starred Hortense Schneider in the title role. Thereafter, it was heard in New York, London and elsewhere, and it is still performed and recorded.
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Roles in Grande Duchesse Gerolstein

Grand Duchess Soprano
Fritz Tenor
Wanda Soprano
General Boum Baritone
Prince Paul Tenor
Baron Puck Bass
Baron Grog Bass
Népomuc Tenor

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Opera: Grande Duchesse GerolsteinComposer: OffenbachAct: 1.01

Type: instrumentalVoice: n/aLanguage: French

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