Opera word for word

Opera word for word - Carmen

Literary podcast evoking an opera and a stage director's vision

By Benoit Maubrey and Marion Mirande 30 November 2020


Georges Bizet's Carmen in Calixto Bieito's production, in the words of Théophile Gautier, Javier Cercas, Prosper Mérimée, Renaud Rebardy, Pascal Bruckner.

Copyright :

  • Théophile Gautier, Carmen dans Émaux et Camées, 1852
  • Javier Cercas, Les Lois de la frontière, (c) Actes Sud, 2014
  • Prosper Mérimée, Carmen, 1845
  • Renaud Rebardy, Les Filles de la Jonquera, (c) Mare nostrum, 2010
  • Pascal Bruckner, Le Paradoxe amoureux, (c) Grasset, 2009
  • Prosper Mérimée, Carmen, 1845

Carmen by Georges Bizet
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