Alfred Blau

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Alfred Blau (died 23 February 1896) was a French dramatist and opera librettist. He was a cousin of Édouard Blau, another French librettist of the same period.

In late 1887 he was in negotiations with Emmanuel Chabrier for a libretto on the subject of The Tempest by Shakespeare, but the project came to nothing.[1]

Operas to librettos by Alfred Blau[edit]

Le Chanteur florentin with Édouard Blau, (1866)

Sigurd with Camille du Locle (1884)

Esclarmonde with Louis de Gramont (1889)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Delage, R. Emmanuel Chabrier. Fayard, Paris, 1999.

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