Adam If I were King

If I were King (Si j'étais roi) is the name of a three-act opéra-comique composed by Adolphe Adam to a libretto by Adolphe d'Ennery and Jules-Henri Brésil. It had its premiere at the Théâtre Lyrique of Paris, in 1852. It was a success, reaching over 170 performances in its first ten years. Though less popular than Le postillon de Lonjumeau, it is often regarded as Adam's finest work.


Si j'étais roi - I. Overture


If I were King


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