Adam, Adolphe Charles

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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 original ballet, world-premiered in 1841 in Paris, was choreographed by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot, based on Theophile Gautier's writing and Adolphe Adam's music scores.
O Holy Night!, by Adolphe Adam, arranged by Paul Langford.
? Giselle Oakengates Theatre, Telford Wednesday, May 29, 7pm, from PS18.50 The Vienna Festival Ballet's traditional staging of this 1841 masterpiece, with music from Adolphe Adam.
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The 1847 classic, by French composer Adolphe Adam, pipped previous favourite Silent Night.
"O Holy Night:" This beautiful song was composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847 to a French poem titled, "Minuit, Chrtiens (Midnight, Christians)".
The Azerbaijani State Academic Operaand Ballet Theaterwill stage the ballet "Giselle" by Adolphe Adam onNovember 17.
The following day, award-winning former Bolshoi Ballet soloist Konstantin Uralsky offers an original twist on Adolphe Adam's Giselle.
The music was composed by French composer and music critic Adolphe Adam.
'It was composed by Adolphe Adam in 1847 to the French poem Cantique de Noel or Minuit, Chretiens.