Léon Lévy Brunswick

Léon-Lévy Brunswick

Born
20 April 1805
Paris

Died
29 July 1859(1859-07-29) (aged 54)
Le Havre

Occupation
Librettiste, journalist, writer, dramatist

Léon Lévy Brunswick (20 April 1805, in Paris – 29 July 1859, in Le Havre) was a French playwright. He started as a journalist before turning to theater. He is the author of many comedies with Jean-François Bayard, Louis-Émile Vanderburch, and Arthur de Beauplan such as Boccaccio, or the Prince of Palmero by Franz von Suppé.[1] But it is with Adolphe de Leuven that he is known for his greatest successes, notably booklets of comic operas by Adolphe Adam (Le Brasseur de Preston, Le Postillon de Lonjumeau, Le Roi d’Yvetot).[2] He has also published under the pseudonym of Leo Lhérie.[3]
Selected works[edit]

With Adolphe de Leuven: Le mariage au tambour. Comédie en trois actes, mêlée de chant. (Théâtre français en prose. Series 4, 8.) Velhagen & Klasing, Bielefeld 1855, OCLC 758710646.
With Adolphe de Leuven, Adolphe Adam, Carl Friedrich Wittmann: Der Postillon von Lonjumeau. Komische Oper in drei Aufzügen. (Reclams Universal-Bibliothek, 2749.; Opernbücher in Reclams Universal-Bibliothek, 12.; Reclams Universal-Bibliothek/Opernbücher, 12.) Reclam, Leipzig um 1920, OCLC 174800475.

References[edit]

^ Berliner Gramophone. “The Gramophone five inch Berliner records online catalogue”. Berliner Gramophone de 12,5 cm. Retrieved 19 August 2013. 
^ Operas, Arias, Composers. “Le Postillon Lonjumeau”. Bizreach.jp. Retrieved 19 August 2013.  CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)
^ Poinsot, Edmond Antoine. “Dictionnaire des pseudonymes”. Internet Archive.org. Retrieved 19 August 2013. 

External links[edit]

Works by or about Léon Lévy Brunswick at Internet Archive

Authority control

WorldCat Identities
VIAF: 64136999
LCCN: n82237491
GND: 121683559
SUDOC: 032669771
BNF: cb129667834 (data)
BNE: XX1107536

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