L'amant statue

L'amant statue is an opera in one act by composer Nicolas Dalayrac with a French libretto by Fouques Desfontaines.wikipedia
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Nicolas Dalayrac

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L'amant statue is an opera in one act by composer Nicolas Dalayrac with a French libretto by Fouques Desfontaines.

Opéra-Comique

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The opera was premiered by the Comédie-Italienne at the first Salle Favart in Paris on 4 August 1785.

Rose Renaud

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Amongst the roles she created during her time there were Célimène in Dalayrac's L'amant statue (1785) and Marie in Grétry's Guillaume Tell (1791).

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L'amant statue is an opera in one act by composer Nicolas Dalayrac with a French libretto by Fouques Desfontaines.

Composer

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L'amant statue is an opera in one act by composer Nicolas Dalayrac with a French libretto by Fouques Desfontaines.

Théâtre Feydeau

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It was revived on 30 September 1802 at the Salle Feydeau.

Soprano

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Conducting

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*L'amant statue with conductor Michael Cook and the Orchestre du Festival de Saint-Céré.

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