List of operettas and operas by Millöcker

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This is a list of the operettas and operas of the Austrian composer Carl Millöcker (1842–1899).

Millöcker wrote 20 light operas, of which 16 are described as operettas, one as a Singspiel, one as a 'Volksoper' ('people's opera'). (The other two were left undesignated.) His music is closely associated with the Theater an der Wien in Vienna, where 14 of his works received their first performances.

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Title Genre Sub­divisions Libretto Première date Place, theatre
Tote GastDer tote Gast operette 1 act HarischLudwig Harisch, after the novel by Heinrich Zschokke 1865-02-1111 February 1865 Graz, Thalia-Theater
Beiden BinderDie beiden Binder operette 1 act StoltzeG Stoltze 1865-12-2121 December 1865 Graz, Thalia-Theater
Diana operette 1 act BraunJosef Braun 1867-01-022 January 1867 Vienna, Harmonie-Theater
Der Sackpfeifer operette 1 act AnzengruberLudwig Anzengruber 2015-09-1919 September 2015 Strasshof, KUMST
DiebDer Dieb operette 1 act BerlaAlois Berla 1868-99-011868/1869 Budapest
FraueninselDie Fraueninsel operette 3 acts Cogniardafter Le royaume des femmes by Théodore and Hippolyte Cogniard 1868-99-021868/1869 Budapest, Deutsches Theater
RegimentstambourDer Regimentstambour operette 2 acts BörnsteinHeinrich Börnstein 1869-10-2323 October 1869 Vienna, Theater in der Josefstadt
Abenteuer in Wien Singspiel 3 acts BerlaAlois Berla 1873-01-2020 January 1873 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Verwunschene SchlossDas verwunschene Schloss operette 5 acts BerlaAlois Berla 1878-03-3030 March 1878 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Gräfin Dubarry (revised as Die Dubarry, Berlin 1931) operette 3 acts GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell 1879-10-3131 October 1879 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Apajune, der Wassermann operette 3 acts GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell 1880-12-1818 December 1880 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
JungfrauDie Jungfrau von Belleville operette 3 acts GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell, after La pucelle de Belleville by Paul de Kock 1881-10-2929 October 1881 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
BettelstudentDer Bettelstudent operette 3 acts GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell, after Fernande by Victorien Sardou, and Le Guitarréro by Halévy / Eugène Scribe 1882-12-066 December 1882 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Gasparone operette 3 acts GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell 1884-01-2626 January 1884 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
FeldpredigerDer Feldprediger   3 acts WittmannHugo Wittmann and Alois Wohlmuth, after Das seltsame Brautgemach by Gustav Schilling 1884-10-3131 October 1884 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Vice-AdmiralDer Vice-Admiral operette 3.1prologue and
3 acts
GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell 1886-10-099 October 1886 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Sieben SchwabenDie sieben Schwaben Volksoper 3 acts WittmannHugo Wittmann and Julius Bauer 1887-10-2929 October 1887 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Arme JonathanDer arme Jonathan operette 3 acts GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell 1890-01-044 January 1890 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
SonntagskindDas Sonntagskind operette 3 acts GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell 1892-01-1616 January 1892 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
ProbekussDer Probekuss operette 3 acts GenéeRichard Genée and Friedrich Zell 1894-12-2222 December 1894 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
NordlichtDas Nordlicht   3 acts WittmannHugo Wittmann 1896-12-022 December 1896 Vienna, Theater an der Wien

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