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Meilhac

(French mɛjak)
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(Biography) Henri (ɑ̃ri). 1831–97, French dramatist, who collaborated with Halévy on opera libretti, esp Offenbach's La Belle Hélène (1865) and La Vie parisienne (1867)
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The theme was written by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halevy.
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The boldest directorial stroke had a firmer foundation: neither the original spoken dialogue, nor the posthumously added recitatives were used, but instead a spoken narration blending quotations from Prosper Merimee s source novella with extracts from the libretto by Meilhac and Halevy.
The libretto's original source was a farce called "Das Gefngnis" (The Prison) by German playwright Julius Roderich, which became the basis for a three-act French vaudeville play by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halvy.
Philippe Meilhac, the lawyer representing Habyarimana's widow and other victims' relatives, said he had appealed the decision to shelve the investigation.
Certaines sont d'un interet limite, comme celles de Daudet, Zola, Meilhac ou Sully Prudhomme, qui se bornent a des remerciements, felicitations ou invitations.
Carmen e uma opera em quatro atos, assinada pelos libretistas Henry Meilhac e Ludovic Halevy, cuja composicao lirica e orquestral foi realizada pelo frances Georges Bizet (1838-1875), que faleceu no mesmo ano de sua estreia.
(3) Entre eles, A Dama das Camelias, de Alexandre Dumas Filho; Joana D'Are, de Jules Barbier; Phedra, de Jean Racine; Froufrou, de Meilhac e Halevy; Cleopatra, A Tosca, La Somiere e Fedora, de Victorien Sardou; Hamlet, de Shakespeare; Angelo, de Victor Hugo, e Adrienne Lecouvreur, de Scribe e Legouve.
Meilhac et al., "Metabolites secreted by human atherothrombotic aneurysms revealed through a metabolomic approach," Journal of Proteome Research, vol.
Meilhac et al., "Plasma concentration of heat shock protein 27 and risk of cardiovascular disease: A Prospective, Nested Case-control Study," Clinical Chemistry, vol.
Meilhac, "Oxidants and antioxidants in atherogenesis: an appraisal," Journal of Lipid Research, vol.
Meilhac et al., "Glycation alters ligand binding, enzymatic, and pharmacological properties of human albumin," Biochemistry, vol.