| 30 October 1783|
| André Grétry|
| L'amant jaloux, Zémire et Azor, Guillaume Tell, Richard Coeur‑de‑lion, Céphale et Procris|La caravane du Caire, Ricercar Academy, Choeur de Chambre de Namur, conducted by Marc Minkowski (2 CDS, Ricercar, 1992; re-released July 2008 together with extracts from Le jugement de Midas conducted by Gustav Leonhardt).
La caravane du Caire, Choeur de Chambre de Namur, Les Agrémens, conducted by Guy Van Waas (2 CDs, Ricercar, 2014)
La caravane du Caire Wikipedia
La caravane du Caire is an opéra-ballet in three acts by André Grétry, set to a libretto by Étienne Morel de Chédeville. Tradition has it that either the libretto was partially written or the idea of it was allegedly suggested by the count of Provence, who would go down in history as Louis XVIII of France.
The opera was first performed at the Palace of Fontainebleau on 30 October 1783 and had its public premiere at the Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin, the period venue of the Paris Opera, on 15 January 1784. It was the most successful of Grétry's large-scale works that are lighter in tone: it received over 500 performances at the Paris Opera up to 1829, being billed every year between 1785 and 1791, and, except for 1818, between 1806 and 1828, besides enjoying further irregular stagings during the Revolutionary period.