Grisélidis. Opera (conte lyrique) in prol. and 3 acts by Massenet to lib. by A. Silvestre and E. Morand after their play Grisélidis (1891) based on story in Boccaccio's Decameron (1349–51). Comp. 1894, rev. 1898. Prod. Paris 1901, NY (Manhattan Opera Co.) 1910, Wexford 1982, London (GSMD) 1993.
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