Tilos a Bemenet

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Tilos a Bemenet (No Entry) was the first operetta by Jenő Huszka. It premiered 2 September 1899 at the Magyar theatre in Budapest, Hungary but was not a success, mainly due to the poor libretto (written by Adolf Mérei).


Lamb, Andrew (2001). "Huska, Jenö". In Root, Deane L. (ed.). The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians . Oxford University Press.

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