La Dolores is an opera by Tomás Bretón.
La Dolores was first performed at the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid on 16 March 1895 and was an immediate success. The libretto by the composer was based on an 1892 play by his friend, Josep Feliu i Codina.
- La Dolores de Calatayud (in Spanish)
- Susana Salgado The Teatro Solís p. 83
- Mason, Henry Lowell (1864–1957) (1912). Opera Stories (5th ed.). Boston, Massachusetts. p. 92.
La Dolores – Act I: Dolores is attendant of Gaspara, Innkeeper at the Spanish town, Catalayud [sic]. Celemino tells the rich Patrizio to forswear Dolores saying she loves Melchior a barber. Soldiers enter. Sergeant Rojas is smitten with Dolores.
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