Los amores de la Inés
|Los amores de la Inés|
|Zarzuela by Manuel de Falla|
The composer in 1919
|Translation||The Loves of Inés|
|Premiere||12 April 1902
Teatro Cómico, Madrid
Los amores de la Inés (The Loves of Inés) is a zarzuela in one act, two scenes, composed by Manuel de Falla in collaboration with Amadeu Vives. The work uses a Spanish language libretto by Emilio Dugi (Mannel Osorio y Bertrand) and the music is organized into a prelude and five musical sections.
The zarzuela was premiered at the Teatro Cómico in Madrid on 12 April 1902. It was the only example of de Falla's five zarzuelas to be actually produced. It has been performed again in 2013, at the Teatro de la Zarzuela, Madrid.
|Role||Voice type||Premiere Cast, 12 April 1902
|Juan||baritone||Redondo, ten. (note: not the baritone Marcos Redondo)|
|La Blasa||spoken||Jovita Fuentes|
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