Teulon Lardic, Sabine – Adolphe Adam entrepreneur : allers et retours Paris-Berlin autour des Hamadryaden (1840)
Against the backdrop of a Europe-wide transfer of productions, communication and mediation by opera houses, Adolphe Adam relied on a network of different parties (the performers Marie and Paul Taglioni, Giacomo Meyerbeer, columnists in Paris and Berlin) to widen the scope of his creative activities. His opera-ballet Die Hamadryaden (Berlin, 1840), composed while travelling back from a stay in Russia, sheds light on the transnational economy of music in a time of liberalism.
- ADAM, Adolphe (1803-1856)
- Art lyrique et transferts culturels. 1800-1850 (2011)