Pierre CARMOUCHE

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Author, Poet

FrenchBorn Pierre François Adolphe CARMOUCHE

French playwright and chansonnier

Born on April 19, 1797 in Lyon , France

Died on December 9, 1868 in Paris , France

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Pierre Carmouche (9 April 1797 - 9 December 1868) was a French playwright and chansonnier. He wrote more than 200 successful plays, comedies, comédies en vaudevilles and texts for opéras comiques, in collaboration with diverse authors - Brazier, Dumersan, Mélesville, de Courcy, etc.
In 1824 he married the actress Jenny Vertpré.
He also collected a rich library, bequeathed in part to marshal Canrobert.
...   Pierre Carmouche (9 April 1797 - 9 December 1868) was a French playwright and chansonnier. He wrote more than 200 successful plays, comedies, comédies en vaudevilles and texts for opéras comiques, in collaboration with diverse authors - Brazier, Dumersan, Mélesville, de Courcy, etc.
In 1824 he married the actress Jenny Vertpré.
He also collected a rich library, bequeathed in part to marshal Canrobert.


Theatre
Les Poissons d'avril, ou le Charivari, comédie en vaudevilles, with Émile Cottenet, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, 1 April 1816.
Le Bateau à vapeur, comedy in one act, mingled with couplets, with Émile Cottenet, Philibert Rozet, Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin, 1816.
L'Heureuse Moisson, ou le Spéculateur en défaut, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act mingled with couplets, with Jean-Toussaint Merle and Frédéric de Courcy, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, September 1817.
La Cloyère d'huitres, ou les Deux Briquebec, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Frédéric de Courcy and Jean-Toussaint Merle, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, 25 January 1820
La Petite Corisandre, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Henri Dupin and Frédéric de Courcy, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, 11 October 1820.
Chacun son numéro, ou le Petit Homme gris, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Théodore Baudouin d'Aubigny and Boirie, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, 6 December 1821.
Le Coq de village, tableau vaudeville by Charles-Simon Favart with changes from Carmouche and Frédéric de Courcy, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, 16 July 1822.
La Réconciliation, ou la Veille de la Saint-Louis, tableau-vaudeville in 1 act, with Frédéric de Courcy and Ferdinand Laloue, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, 23 August 1822.
Le Grenadier de Fanchon, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Emmanuel Théaulon and Nicolas Brazier, Théâtre des Variétés, 13 December 1824.
In vino veritas, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Saint-Ange Martin and Frédéric de Courcy, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, 24 April 1825.
Les Filets de Vulcain ou le Lendemain d'un succès, foly-vaudeville en 1 act, with Armand-François Jouslin de La Salle and Dupin, Théâtre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, 15 July 1826.
Cinq heures du soir, ou le Duel manqué, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Emmanuel Théaulon and Mélesville, Théâtre des Variétés, 4 September 1827.
Le Mariage impossible, comédie en vaudevilles in 2 acts, with Mélesville, Théâtre des Variétés, 1828.
Le puff. Comédie en vaudevilles in 3 tableaux, with Varin and Louis Huart, 1838.
Deux-Ânes, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Mélesville, Théâtre du Palais Royal, 1842.


Sources
Louis Gustave Vapereau, Dictionnaire universel des littératures, Paris, Hachette, 1876, p. 381


External links
Works by or about Pierre Carmouche at Internet Archive



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