Villi, Le (The Willis). Opera in 1 act, revised to 2 acts, by Puccini to lib. by F. Fontana after A. Karr's story Les Wilis (1852). Comp. 1883. Prod. Milan 1884. Rev. version in 2 acts prod. Turin 1884, Manchester (in Eng.) 1897, NY Met 1908.
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