Eugène Scribe

Eugène Scribe

Augustin Eugène Scribe (* 24. December 1791 in Paris; † 20. February 1861 ebenda) was a French dramatist.

It wrote - partially with numerous coworkers - approximately 400 stage-effective, problem-free pieces, which were very popular with its contemporaries. Admits remained only the 1840 developed comedy the glass water, which became to transfer 1841 into German.

Numerous Opernlibretti comes of likewise to its feather/spring, under others the mute one of Portici and Fra Diavolo of Daniel François ESPRIT Auber, the Huguenots and the African of Giacomo Meyerbeer and the white lady of François Adrien Boïeldieu.

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