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Tales of Hoffmann

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  • "Hoffmann's three love affairs provide the stories for the three acts. In the first act he loves Olympia, a doll; in the second Antonia, a consumptive; and in the third Giulietta, a beautiful courtesan. Each of Hoffmann's affairs is destroyed by an evil genius appearing under various guises."
  • "A rousing performance of Offenbach's French masterpiece."
  • "Présentation de l'opéra de Jacques Offenbach dans la production du Royal Opera House de Londres (Janvier 1981) dirigé par Georges Prêtre, sur un livret de Barbier et Carré inspiré des écrits de E.T.A. Hoffman. Principaux interprètes : Placido Domingo, Luciana Serra, Agnes Baltsa, Ileana Cotrubas, Claire Powell, Robert Lloyd, Geraint Evans, Siegmund Nimsgern, Nicola Ghiuselev et Howell."
  • "The opera tells tales of the poet, musician, and philosopher, E.T.A. Hoffmann."
  • "Seeking to exorcise the failure of his current love affair, the poet Hoffmann tells the tales of his three past loves and recalls how each was thwarted by the evil influence of his rival."
  • ""There is a prologue in a tavern in which a drunken Hoffmann explains that there are three women in his life. Then we have three separate stories in which Hoffmann, accompanied by his young companion Nicklausse, falls in love with, first, an animated doll, secondly a courtesan and thirdly a doomed singer. In each of these stories there is a sinister rival who comes between Hoffmann and his beloved. Finally, back in the tavern, Hoffmann explains that these three women are all facets of the same woman, Stella. But, when Stella arrives, Hoffmann is in a drunken stupor and she leaves with his nemesis Lindorf. At this point Hoffmann's companion Nicklausse is revealed as his Muse and his one real love." IMDB."
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  • "Seeking to exorcise the failure of his current love affair, the poet Hoffmann tells the tales of his three past loves - the doll-like Olympia, the high-class courtesan Giulietta, and the ambitious but frail Antonia - and recalls how each was thwarted by the evil influence of his rival."
  • "Conceived by the Opéra de Lyon as a free adaptation of Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann."

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  • "Operas."
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  • "Drama"
  • "Musique dramatique vocale (musique classique)"
  • "musique dramatique vocale (musique classique)"

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  • "Tales of Hoffmann"
  • "Les contes d'Hoffmann /"
  • "Les contes d'Hoffmann [The tales of Hoffmann : opera in three acts, with epilogue and prologue] /"
  • "The tales of Hoffmann"
  • "Les Contes d ́Hoffmann Tales of Hoffmann /"
  • "Les contes d'Hoffmann [opéra fantastique en 3 actes, 1 prologue et 1 épilogue] /"
  • "Les Contes d ́Hoffmann"
  • "Les Contes d'Hoffmann"
  • "Les Contes d'Hoffmann [The Tales of Hoffmann] /"
  • "Hoffmanns Erzählungen"
  • "Les contes d'Hoffmann"
  • "Hoffmanns vertellingen"
  • "Les contes d'Hoffmann [opera in three acts with epilogue and prologue] /"
  • "Les contes d'Hoffmann = The tales of Hoffmann = Hoffmanns Erzählungen /"
  • "Des Contes d'Hoffmann"
  • "tales of Hoffmann [Enregistrement vidéo]"
  • "Les Contes d'Hoffmann /"

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