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Henri Trianon

Henri Trianon (born 11 July 1811 in Paris – died 17 October 1896 ibid) was a French critic, librettist and translator of works by Homer and Plato, and operas by Weber and Mozart into French.[1] He was an artistic and literary critic in Paris who eventually became teacher. In 1842 he became under-librarian and then librarian at Sainte Geneviève in 1849.[2] From 1857-59 Trianon was associated with Nestor Roqueplan in the administration of the Opéra-Comique.

He also wrote the libretto to the ballet Orfa by Bizet, which he co-wrote once it had been refused by Charles Gounod.[4]


  1. ^ Walsh TJ. Second Empire Opera – The Théâtre-Lyrique Paris 1851-1870. John Calder Ltd, London, 1981.
  2. ^ Dean W. Bizet's Ivan IV. In: Essays on Opera. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1990.
  3. ^ (French) Thys, Augustin (1855), Historique des sociétés chorales de Belgique, p. 173, De Busscher, OCLC 66027992
  4. ^ Huebner, Steven (1992), The Operas of Charles Gounod, 314 p. Oxford University Press, ISBN 019-315-329-7

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