Phi-Phi (Christiné, Henri)



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Publisher. Info. Paris: Christiné, 1918.
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For Piano

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Arranger Anonymous
Publisher. Info. Paris: Éditions F. Salabert, 1919. Plate E.A.S. 1146.
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General Information

Work Title Phi-Phi
Alternative. Title
Composer Christiné, Henri
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IHC 4
First Publication. 1918
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Librettist Albert Willemetz (1887-1964)
Fabien Sollar (1886-1982)
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation voices, orchestra
External Links Wikipedia article
Comedie musicale (French)

Misc. Comments

  • The first post-WW I French musical comedy success, which launched Christine's career in the genre, at the age of 51.
    An English-language production translated by Fred Thompson and Clifford Grey, with additional songs by Herman Darewski, Nat Ayer and Cole Porter, ran for over 1,000 performances in London from 1922.