The Paris Opera: An Encyclopedia of Operas, Ballets, Composers, and Performers Growth and Grandeur, 1815-1914 - Vol. 2

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Spire Pitou was Professor Emeritus of French Language and Literature at the University of Delaware. In addition to the two previous volumes of The Paris Opéra: Genesis and Glory, 1671-1715 and Rococo and Romantic, 1715-1815 ( Greenwood Press, 1983, 1985), he was the author of La Calprenede's "Faramond": A Study of the Sources, Structure, and Reputation of the Novel and The Text and Sources of Chateaubrun's Lost "Ajax." He collaborated on A Critical Blibliography of French Literature: The Seventeenth Century; A Critical Bibliography of French Literature: The Eighteenth Century, Supplement; and Encyciopedia of Worm Literature and was the author of numerous articles in English and French.

Spire Pitou died before final work on this volume was completed. His wife, Doris Pitou, took over the task of bringing the project to completion. She would like to assume responsibility for any errors or omissions that may have occurred.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • M 790
  • N 916
  • O 955
  • P 990
  • Q 1080
  • R 1081
  • S 1171
  • T 1286
  • V 1338
  • W 1386
  • X 1404
  • Y 1406
  • Z 1409
  • Appendix: The Repertory, 1815-1914 1422
  • Index 1467
  • About the Author 1555
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