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Opera singer and later composer in the novel ''[https://archive.org/details/cu31924027303274 Consuelo]'' and it's sequel ''[https://archive.org/details/countessofrudols00sanduoft The Countess of Rudolstadt]'' by George Sand (the male pseudonym of the female Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin). It was first published serially in 1842-1843 in the periodical ''La Revue indépendante'' (founded by Sand).
 
Opera singer and later composer in the novel ''[https://archive.org/details/cu31924027303274 Consuelo]'' and it's sequel ''[https://archive.org/details/countessofrudols00sanduoft The Countess of Rudolstadt]'' by George Sand (the male pseudonym of the female Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin). It was first published serially in 1842-1843 in the periodical ''La Revue indépendante'' (founded by Sand).
  
Based on Sand's friend and real soprano, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pauline_Viardot Pauline Viardot].
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She is based on Sand's friend and real soprano, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pauline_Viardot Pauline Viardot].
  
The novel was turned into an opera twice: ''Consuelo'' by Alfonso Rendano (1888), and  
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The novel was turned into an opera twice: ''Consuelo'' by Alfonso Rendano (1888), and ''Consuelo'' by Giacomo Orefice (1895).
''Consuelo'' by Giacomo Orefice (1895).
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Latest revision as of 05:55, 15 October 2019

Opera singer and later composer in the novel Consuelo and it's sequel The Countess of Rudolstadt by George Sand (the male pseudonym of the female Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin). It was first published serially in 1842-1843 in the periodical La Revue indépendante (founded by Sand).

She is based on Sand's friend and real soprano, Pauline Viardot.

The novel was turned into an opera twice: Consuelo by Alfonso Rendano (1888), and Consuelo by Giacomo Orefice (1895).