Eugène de Planard

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Eugène de Planard
Born
François-Antoine-Eugène de Planard

4 February 1783
Died13 November 1853(1853-11-13) (aged 70)
OccupationPlaywright

Eugène de Planard (full name François-Antoine-Eugène de Planard) (4 February 1783 - 13 November 1853) was a 19th-century French playwright.

Biography[edit]

He collaborated with Daniel-François-Esprit Auber, Ferdinand Hérold (Le Pré-aux-clercs, 1832), Adolphe Adam (Le Farfadet, 1852), Nicolas-Charles Bochsa, Michele Enrico Carafa, Jacques-Fromental Halévy (L’Éclair, 1835), George Onslow et Ambroise Thomas (Le Caïd, 1849 ; Le Carnaval de Venise, 1852).

His daughter Eugénie (1818-1874) married the dramatist and librettist Adolphe de Leuven (1802-1884).

Works (selection)[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Christian Goubault, « François-Antoine-Eugène de Planard » in Joël-Marie Fauquet (dir.), Dictionnaire de la musique en France au XIXe siècle, Fayard, Paris, 2003 (ISBN 2-213-59316-7)