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Adam, Adolphe Charles

(ädōlf` shärl` ädäN`), 1803–56, French composer of the popular song Cantique de Noël. He composed more than 50 stage works, including comic operas such as Le Postillon de Longjumeau (1836) and the ballet Giselle (1841).
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The music was composed by French composer and music critic Adolphe Adam.
The Azerbaijani State Academic Operaand Ballet Theaterwill stage the ballet "Giselle" by Adolphe Adam onFebruary 24.
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It was composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847 to the French poem Cantique de Noel or Minuit, Chretiens.
Together, the orchestra and the chorus also presented White Christmas by Irving Berlin arranged by Roy Ringwald, O Holy Night by Adolphe Adam arranged by Arthur Harris, Christmas Day by Gustav Holst, and Music from Frozen by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez arranged by Bob Krogstad.
It is written by Adolphe Adam and it is based on one of Lord George Byron's poems.
Adolphe Adam (1758-1848) was a prominent Alsatian composer best known for "Giselle.
But the incredibly music of Adolphe Adam, along with a revision of the original Jean Coralli-led choreography by Sergei Bobrov - one of the most gifted contemporary Russian choreographers and the artistic director of the Krasnoyarsk State Ballet and Theatre company - make sure that the production is fresh and appealing even after 175 years.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The classic ballet piece "Le Corsaire" (The Pirate), with a score by the French composer Adolphe Adam, will have its SE-reyya Opera House premiere this weekend when the ystanbul State Opera and Ballet debuts its new production on Saturday evening in KadykE[micro]y.
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Giselle is a romantic ballet that dates back to 1841 when it was first presented in Paris with the immortal music of Adolphe Adam.
The ballet with music by French composer Adolphe Adam and original choreography by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot was first performed at the Paris Opera in France in 1841.