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Les débuts d'un théâtre en province

Abstract : Well before the construction of the first theater building in Liège (1740), performances of musical theater had taken place in the city. In the early 19th c., operatic became a large-scale enterprise. The management of actors, musicians, dancers, and other business personnel was codified just as it would have been in any other business. Issues of repertoire and censorship are discussed, and the day-by-day program for November and December 1820 is reproduced in the appendix
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Complete list of metadatas
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Stéphane Dado, Philippe Vendrix. Les débuts d'un théâtre en province. La genèse d'un opéra : Le théâtre de Liège en 1820, Société liégeoise de musicologie, pp.37-87, 1995, Etudes & éditions / Société Liègeoise de Musicologie ; 2. ⟨halshs-00265454⟩



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