The White Lady

The White Lady (fr.: La Dame Blanche) is an opéra-comique in three acts written by François-Adrien Boieldieu and with libretto by Eugène Scribe. It was first performed in Paris in 1825. The opera is based on multiple episodes from no less than five works of the Scottish writer Sir Walter Scott, including his novels The Monastery, Guy Mannering, and The Abbot. It introduces a series of characteristic romantic elements, including a lost heir, a mysterious castle, a hidden fortune, and a ghost.

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The White Lady - I. Overture

François Adrien Boieldieu

François-Adrien Boieldieu was a French composer, mainly of operas, often called "the French Mozart". Born under the Ancien Régime in Rouen, Adrien ...
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