Adam, Raphael (pseudonym) 1860-a1936 France, ? - ?, ?
librettist, lyricist, seldom explicitly credited as the composer of music but often as the sole author suggesting he wrote both the words and music, 1893 director of Theatre des Varietes in Marseille, 1936 as author still member of SACEM

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[] Prete-moi ton habit. Comedie. Gymnase, Marseille 14mar1890
sole author Raphael Adam - ? words and music Raphael Adam

[] Le Borgne ou Pierre-le-Borgne. Drama. Batignolles Paris 8aug1891
sole author Raphael Adam - ? words and music Raphael Adam

[] Pour un chemise ou Sans chemise. Comedie. Folies-Belleville 8feb1896
sole author Raphael Adam - ? words and music Raphael Adam

[] Les Ramoneurs. Drama in 5 acts and 7 tableaux. premiere Theatre Belleville, Paris 14feb1897
[] Le Clown. Drama. Theatre Belleville, Paris 20oct1901
music Raphael Adam, words Lina de Beer

[] Le filleul du 32me. Comedie. Theatre Comedie-Mondaine 3jul1903
sole author Raphael Adam - ? words and music Raphael Adam

[] La plage d'amour. Operetta. Theatre Parisiana, Paris 24aug1907
libretto Eugene Joullot
[] in 2 acts
[] La Repentante. Melodrama. La Seyne-sur-Mer 1910
libretto Robichon
[] in 1 act
the folowing are works with only the words by Raphael Adam
[] L'amour brise. Valse chantee. Tenor and piano
words Raphael Adam
music Charles Borel-Clerc (1878-1959), 18 Passage de l'Industrie, Paris
pub C. Borel-Clerc, Paris 1911
Adolphe Berard. Pathe. rec1911

[] Les Truands. Opera-comique en trois actes et quatre tableaux. Piano et chant
libretto Raphael Adam, music Ernest Gillet
pub L. Digoude-Diodet, Paris 20dec1911

[] Le Prince Bonheur. Operette en trois actes. Theatre Moliere, Bruxelles 1912
paroles de M. Raphael Adam, musique de M. Derouville

[] Douce illusion, dans l'opera-comique Le Prince Bonheur, valse chantee. Piano et chant
paroles de Raphael Adam, musique de Henri Derouville
pub L. Digoude-Diodet, Paris 25jul1912

[] C'etait tres chic le tango. Chanson satirique
words Raphael Adam and Gaston Gross, music Louis Billaut
sur le celebre tango "Tres chic" de O'Bill chante dans la revue Ca va! Ca va! a la Comedie-Royale par Mesdemoiselles De Bedts et Alice Weill
pub G. Gross, Paris 1915

[] C'est pour la France. Chanson patriotique
paroles de Raphael Adam et Jean Meudrot, musique de Louis Billaut
pub E. Coutarel, Paris 1915

[] De Babaou. Opera comique. premiere Theatre Daonou 1apr1932
libretto Louis Boucot and Raphael Adam
music Fred Pearly (pseud of Francois Pruvost) and Pierre Chagnon
copyright Francois Pruvost 30sep1959
[] - De Babaou. Piano et chant
[] - C'est difficile. Piano et chant
[] Biguine. from De Babaou
paroles Louis Boucot et Raphael Adam, music Fred Pearly et Pierre Chagnon, avec accord de l'ukulele
pub Editions Salabert, Paris 1jul1932

[] C'est difficile. One-step. from De Babaou
paroles Louis Boucot et Raphael Adam, music Fred Pearly et Pierre Chagnon, avec accord de l'ukulele
pub Editions Salabert, Paris 1jul1932

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