Sapho

[play] Sapho was a 1900 American play by Clyde Fitch, based on an 1884 French novel of the same name by Alphonse Daudet and an 1885 play by Daudet and Adolphe Belot. It was at the center of a sensational New York City indecency trial involving the play’s star and producer/director, Olga Nethersole. The play was not an exceptional success
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Sapho

(from the article `Daudet, Alphonse`) ...to whom he dedicated his only book of poems, Les Amoureuses (1858; `The Lovers`). His long and troubled relationship with her was to be reflected, ...
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Sapho

[Gounod] Sapho is a 3-act opera by Charles Gounod to a libretto by Émile Augier which was premiered by the Paris Opera at the Salle Le Peletier on 16 April 1851. It was presented only 9 times in its initial production, but was a succès d`estime for the young composer, with the critics praising Act 3 in particular. It was later revived in
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Sapho

[Massenet] == Performance history == In its first production in 1897 Sapho was presented in a heavily truncated form of four tableaux, due to the limited availability of Calvé, as well as the approaching death of Daudet (who was a close friend of Massenet), and the acting deficiencies of the tenor Lepestre, who was playing the romantic lea
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Sapho

[singer] Sapho (1950) is a French singer. Her real name is Danielle Ebguy. ==Early life== Born in Marrakech, Morocco, Sapho emigrated to France when she was 16. By age 18, she was living on her own in Paris, taking acting lessons, playing guitar and singing on the streets. A short time later, a musician friend convinced her to audition for
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