Songs about Esclarmonde:

songsJoan Sutherland discusses "Esclarmonde" by Richard Bonynge from the Album The Art Of The Prima Donna

songsEsclarmonde by Gspotwagner from the Album Ambient Tunes

songsEsclarmonde by Matthias Busch from the Album Esclarmonde

songsEsclarmonde (Chanson pour Rene) by Euphrasia from the Album Légende d' Esclarmonde

songsEsclarmonde Suite: I. Evocation by Kenneth Jean from the Album Massenet: Esclarmonde And Cendrillon Suites

songsEsclarmonde Suite: I. Evocation by Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra from the Album Massenet: Esclarmonde Suite / Suite No. 1 / Cendrillon Suite

songsEsclarmonde Suite: II. L'ile magique by Kenneth Jean from the Album Massenet: Esclarmonde And Cendrillon Suites


Books about Esclarmonde:

booksEsclarmonde (Kalmus Edition) by Massenet and Jules (Mar 1, 1985)

booksESCLARMONDE: Die Ketzerin vom Montségur: Historischer Roman (German Edition) by Helene Luise Köppel (Dec 21, 2013)

booksEsclarmonde: Ihr Lieben und Leiden (German Edition) by Maria Janitschek (Jun 6, 2014)

booksEsclarmonde. Opera. Vocal Score. Text in French by Jules Massenet (2011)

booksEsclarmonde; Opéra Romanesque. Poème De Alfred Blau Et Louis De Gramont (French Edition) by Massenet Jules 1842-1912 and Blau Alfred. Esclarmonde (Sep 27, 2010)

booksEsclarmonde: Opéra Romanesque En Quatre Actes Et Huit Tableaux, Dont Un Prologue Et Un Épilogue (French Edition... by Jules Massenet, Louis De Gramont and Alfred Blau (Sep 2, 2012)

booksEsclarmonde; opéra romanesque. Poème de Alfred Blau et Louis de Gramont (French Edition) by Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 and Blau, Alfred. Esclarmonde (Sep 23, 2012)


Wiki information Esclarmonde:

Opera, Composition

Esclarmonde is an opéra in four acts and eight tableaux, with prologue and epilogue, by Jules Massenet, to a French libretto by Alfred Blau and Louis Ferdinand de Gramont. It was first performed on May 15, 1889 by the Opéra-Comique at the Théâtre...

Esclarmonde of Foix
Deceased Person, Person

Esclarmonde de Foix, also called Esclarmonde the Great, was a prominent figure in Catharism in thirteenth century France. She was the daughter of Roger Bernard I, Count of Foix, and of Cecile Trencavel. The name Esclarmonde means "Light of the World"...