The Song of Roland Movies & Media Adaptations

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Le mystere de Roncevaux is a stage adaptation written by Adolphe, Baron d'Avril, and published in 1893 in Paris. The play was republished in 1993 by Troyes.

Peter Racine Flicker wrote three fragments from the Song of Roland for unaccompanied chorus in London, published by Schottin 1955.

Edward MacDowell, 1860-1908, wrote The Symphonic Poems which include two fragments from the Chanson de Roland, one called "The Saracens," and the other called "The Lovely Alda."

A full-length feature movie directed by Frank Cassenti, La Chanson de Roland, appeared in France in 1978 from Z productions.

Greg Roach created the award-winning multimedia interactive book CD-ROM called The Madness of Roland from HyperBole.

A World-Wide Web site containing an electronic edition of the Song of Roland (1995) was produced, edited and prepared by Douglas B. Killings. It can be found at URL http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL/Roland.

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