Gruenberg, Louis
* 3 Aug. 1884, Brest-Litovsk [now Brest], Byelorussia
+ 10 June 1964, Beverly Hills, CA
Komponist

Bühnenwerk

I. Opern

  • The Bride of the Gods, libretto by Busoni, translated by C. H. Meltzer (1913)
  • The Dumb Wife, chamber opera libretto after The Man who Married a Dumb Wife by Anatole France after Rabelais (1923)
  • Jack and the Beanstalk, libretto by John Erskine, (1931) [children's opera]
  • The Emperor Jones, opera in one act; libretto by the composer and Kathleen de Jaffa, after the play by Eugene O'Neill. (comp. 1931;7 Jan 1933, NY Met, 10 or 11 [?] performances, cast inc. Beusner, Windham, Tibbett, c. Serafin, d. Mielziner, p. Sanine; 17 Nov 1933, San Francisco; Chicago, 1946; Rome, 1950) [cast inc. Brutus Jones, bar]
  • Queen Helen (1936)
  • Green Mansions, radio opera; libretto after the novel by W. H. Hudson (1937)
  • Helena's Husband, libretto by P. Moeller (1938)
  • Volpone, libretto by the composer after Ben Jonson (1945)
  • One Night of Cleopatra, libretto by the composer after T. Gautier (????)
  • The Delicate King, libretto by the composer after Alexandre Dumas (1955)
  • Antony and Cleopatra, libretto by the composer after Shakespeare (1955)
  • Antony and Cleopatra [rev.] (1961)

    II. Operetten

  • Signor Formica (1910)
  • The Witch of Brocken (1912)
  • Piccadillymädel (1913)
  • Roly-boly Eyes (1919) [musical]
  • Hallo! Tommy! (c.1925) [as "George Edwards"]
  • Lady X. (c. 1927) [as "George Edwards"]

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