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Cambridge Opera Journal (2004), 16:2:133-161 Cambridge University Press
Copyright © 2004 Cambridge University Press
doi:10.1017/S095458670400182X

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Theatres of litigation: Stage music at the Théâtre de la Renaissance, 1838–1840 1


MARK  EVERIST 

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1 Parts of this article were read at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Musicological Society, Columbus, Ohio (October 2002). I would like to thank the following, who either assisted with aspects of the research or read and commented on early drafts: M. Elizabeth Bartlet, Jacques Chalmeau, Jane Fulcher, Philip Gossett, Rebecca Harris-Warrick, Steven Huebner, Ralph Locke, Roger Parker and Corinne Schneider. Acknowledgement is also due to the two anonymous readers for the Cambridge Opera Journal who were confronted with a text that metamorphosed into the present article and a separate chapter entitled ‘Donizetti and Wagner: opéra de genre at the Théâtre de la Renaissance’, now published in Mark Everist, Giacomo Meyerbeer and Music Drama in 19th-Century Paris, Variorum Reprint Series (Aldershot, [2005]). The two articles should be read as complements to each other.