Der Töpfer (The Potter) is a singspiel, described as a komische Oper, in one act by Johann André. The libretto was by the composer. The work was one of the first German operas to be published in full score.
|Role||Voice type||Premiere Cast, 22 January 1773|
|Hannchen, her daughter||soprano|
|Gürge, a peasant||tenor|
|Amschel, a Jew||bass|
Marthe, hoping to win a lottery, tries to put off the marriage of her daughter Hannchen to Gürge with the intention of making a better match.