1912 · Paris
Named cast includes Lowelly, Tesorone, and Ovido.
Wrappers slightly worn. First Edition.
Le trahison de Pan, to a libretto by Bordèse, was first performed in Aix-les-Bains at the Casino on September 13, 1911.
"Much of Lecocq's music is characterized by a light touch, but he could also adopt a more lyrical and elevated style than Offenbach and termed several of his operettas opéras comiques. His greatest popular triumph, La fille de Madame Angot, has remained a classic among operettas, and demonstrates Lecocq's abundant flow of pleasing melodies, his deft exploitation of rhythm for a lively theatrical effect, impressive building up of extended numbers, and typically French shaping of phrases." Andrew Lamb in Grove Music Online. (Inventory #: 28419)