Paul Milliet

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Paul Milliet
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Born 14 February 1848
Rio de Janeiro
Died 21 November 1924(1924-11-21) (aged 76)
Paris
Occupation Playwright
Writer
Librettist
Spouse(s) Ada Adini

Paul Milliet (14 February 1848 - 21 November 1924) was a French playwright and librettist of the Parisian Belle Époque.

His opera librettos include Jules Massenet's Hérodiade (1881) and Werther (1892), Alfred Bruneau's Kérim (1887), Spyridon Samaras's La biondinetta (1903), Mademoiselle de Belle Isle (1905) and Rhea (1908) and Camille Erlanger's Forfaiture (1921). He was married to soprano Ada Adini.

Works[edit]

Opera
Theatre
Varia
  • 1873: Notes romantiques à propos de Marion Delorme, preface by Alfred de Musset
  • 1874: De l'origine du théâtre à Paris
  • 1874: Premières poésies : Avril. Le Livre d'heures de l'amour. De tout un peu
  • 1888: Chants français, lyrics and music collected by Paul Milliet, under the direction and with a preface by Paul Déroulède

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