Jérusalem



The opera Jérusalem was composed by Giuseppe Verdi to a libretto by Alphonse Royer and Gustave Vaëz It was first performed at Paris Opéra in Paris (France) on 1847-11-26 and published by Ricordi. The opera is set in Palestine and Toulouse.

Dramatis Personae:

  • Adhemar de Montheil, Papal legate (Bass)
  • Le Comte de Toulouse (Baritone)
  • Emir of Ramla (Bass)
  • Gaston, Viscount of Béarn (Tenor)
  • Helene, The Count's daughter (Soprano)
  • Herald (Bass)
  • Isaure, Hélène's companion (Soprano)
  • Officer of the Emir (Tenor)
  • Raymond, Gaston's steward (Tenor)
  • Roger, The Count's brother (Bass)
  • Soldier (Bass)



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