|Operas by Carl Millöcker|
A radically new version of the work, in nine scenes under the title Die Dubarry, was prepared by Theo Mackeben with music from the original Gräfin Dubarry as well as other works, and a new text was written by Paul Knepler, Ignaz Michael Welleminsky and E. M. Cremer. This was first given at the Admiralspalast in Berlin on 14 August 1931. According to Andrew Lamb, this introduced "alien structures and orchestration" compared with the original.  This was filmed as The Loves of Madame Dubarry in 1935, and as The Dubarry played at Her Majesty's Theatre in 1957 with Anny Ahlers, Helen Haye and Mimi Crawford. An EP was released by Anny Ahlers with the songs "I Give My Heart", "The Dubarry", "Beauty", "Happy Little Jeanne" and "Today".
|Role||Voice type||Premiere cast, 31 October 1879
(Conductor: Carl Millöcker)
|Die Dubarry cast, 14 August 1931
(Conductor: Theo Mackeben )
|Marie Jeanne Bécu, a milliner, later Comtesse Dubarry||soprano||Gitta Alpar|
|René Lavallery, a painter||tenor||Egon Brosig|
|Margot, a milliner||soprano||Edith Schollwer|
|Marquis de Brissac, her friend||tenor|
|King Louis XV||baritone|
|Duc de Choiseul, Chief Minister||spoken|
|Duc de Lazun||spoken|
|Radix de St. Foix||spoken|
|Marschallin von Luxembourg||spoken|
|Attendants, companions, servants, milliners, people of Paris (chorus)|
The story is set in Paris and Versailles in 1764.
After the 1935 British film The Loves of Madame Dubarry, a German film version was made in Germany in 1951 by Georg Wildhagen, with Sari Barabas, Mathieu Ahlersmeyer, Willy Fritsch, Albert Lieven and Walter Müller.
Some of the information in this article is taken from the German Wikipedia article.