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Paul Siraudin
Portrait of Paul Siraudin
published in Le Trombinoscope
by Touchatout in 1874.
Pierre-Paul-Désiré Siraudin

18 December 1812
Died8 September 1883(1883-09-08) (aged 70)
Occupation(s)Librettist, playwright

Pierre-Paul-Désiré Siraudin (18 December 1812[1] – 8 September 1883) was a French playwright and librettist.

He also used the pen names Paul de Siraudin de Sancy, Paul Siraudin de Sancy and M. Malperché.[citation needed]


He wrote many plays, mainly comedies and vaudevilles written in collaboration, notably with Alfred Delacour and Lambert-Thiboust. He also authored librettos for successful operettas and opéras-comiques, including La fille de Madame Angot (1872) in collaboration with Clairville and Victor Koning with music by Charles Lecocq.

In 1860,[citation needed] Siraudin opened a confectionery shop — the Maison Siraudin — at the corner of the Rue de la Paix and the Place Vendôme.[2] Siraudin's sweets were "renowned all the world over";[2] for example, Siraudin's Perles des Pyrénées ("Pearls of the Pyrenees"), consisting of perfumed sugar, are mentioned in Joris-Karl Huysmans' novel À rebours (1884).



  1. ^ État civil de Paris > Fichiers de l'état civil reconstitué (image number 15 of 51). Birth certificate of "Pierre-Paul-Desiré Sirodin" [sic].
  2. ^ a b Ernest Alfred Vizetelly (1919). Paris and Her People Under the Third Republic. London: Chatto & Windus. p. 30.
  3. ^ E. Moreau, Siraudin et Delacour (1873). E. H., comédie-vaudeville en un acte. Paris: Michel Lévy Frères.
  4. ^ This comédie en vaudevilles in one act was translated into the Russian language in 1849 by Pavel Stepanovich Fyodorov [ru] under the title Аз и ферт (Az et Fert); the Russian version was filmed in 1946, 1981, and 2001.
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