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Who is Adolphe Nourrit?
Adolphe Nourrit was a French operatic tenor, librettist, and composer. One of the most esteemed opera singers of the 1820s and 1830s, he was particularly associated with the works of Gioachino Rossini.
- also known as Нурри, Адольф
- born on (213 years ago) in Montpellier, child of Louis Nourrit
- nationality: France
- profession: Librettist, composer
- died on (176 years ago)
- buried in Montmartre Cemetery
- written work: "The great tenor tragedy"
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by Louis Charles Elson
Leroux, Chapuis, GEORGES MARTY ; Meifred, horn; Dauverne, trumpet; history of music, Bourgault, Ducou- Dieppo, trombone; Naderman, Pru- dray; solfege, Rougnon, EmileSchvartz, mier, harp; Adolphe Nourrit, opera; Cuignache , Kaiser, ...
Covering the Entire Period of Musical History from the Earliest Times to the Season of 1908-09 by Leander Jan Bekker
harp; Adolphe Nourrit, opera; Michelot, Samson, Provost, Beauval- let, dramatic action. Feb.
by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland
Naderman, Premier, harp ; Adolphe Nourrit, the opera ; Michelot, Samson, Provost and Beau- vallet, professors of tragedy and comedy. Amongst the professors appointed by Auber we may mention Adolphe Adam, Ambroise Thomas, Reber, ...
by Theodore Libbey
The cast of the premiere included several of the great singers of the day: soprano Cornelie Falcon as Valentine, tenor Adolphe Nourrit as Raoul, and bass Nicholas Levasseur as Marcel. Among the work's early admirers was Richard Wagner, ...
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