Jules Barbier

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Jules Barbier
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Jules Barbier
Born (1825-03-08)8 March 1825
Died (1901-01-16)16 January 1901

Paul Jules Barbier (8 March 1825 – 16 January 1901) was a French poet, writer and opera librettist who often wrote in collaboration with Michel Carré. He was a noted Parisian bon vivant and man of letters.[1]

His libretti for extant operas (those co-written with Carré are shown with an asterisk) include:

He also wrote the libretto for La Guzla de l'Émir, a one-act comic opera by Georges Bizet. This was never performed and probably destroyed.

He wrote the scenario for Léo Delibes' ballet Sylvia. Charles Gounod wrote incidental music to Barbier's play Jeanne d'Arc, and the libretto to Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's opera The Maid of Orleans was partially based on it.

See also

References

  1. ^ Baltimore Opera Study Guide - Roméo et Juliette Archived 2007-12-11 at the Wayback Machine.

External links

  • Polyeucte : opéra in quatre actes / paroles de Jules Barbier et Michel Carré; partition, piano et chant réduite par H. Salomon, opera vocal scores with piano from the Sibley Music Library Digital Score Collection
  • Reine de Saba. Inspirez-moi, race divine. Vocal score. English & French from the Sibley Music Library Digital Score Collection
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