L'Hôtellerie portugaise

L'Hôtellerie portugaise is an opéra comique in 1 act by composer Luigi Cherubini. The opera uses a French language libretto by Étienne Aignan. The work premiered on 25 July 1798 in Paris at the Théâtre Feydeau.[1]


Role Voice type Premiere cast, 25 July 1798[1]
(Conductor: )
Don Carlos tenor Rézicourt
Gabriella soprano Juliette Lesage
Pedrillo baritone Jausserand
Rodrigo bass Alexis Dessaules
Ines soprano Augustine Lesage
Don Roselbo baritone Dérubelle
Inigo baritone Raffile


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