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Opera remade, 1700-1750 / edited by Charles Dill.

Medverkande: Dill, Charles William [edt].
Serie: The Ashgate library of essays in opera studies: Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Limited, [2010]Copyright date: ©2010Fysisk beskrivning: xxviii, 501 sidor.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780754629009.Ämne: 1700-talet | OperaGenre/Form: SamlingsverkDDC klassifikation: 782.109033
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Innehåller bibliografiska referenser och index
Innehåll:
Why early opera is Roman and not Greek / Robert C. Ketterer -- Staging an opera: letters fro the Cesarian poet / Roger Savage -- Dramatic dualities: opera pairs from Minato to Metastasio / Reinhard Strohm -- Metastasio on the Spanish stage: operatic adaptations in the public theatres of Madrid in the 1730s / José-Máximo Leza -- "Le théâtre ne change qu'à la troisième scène": the hand of the author and unity of place in act v of Hippolyte et Aricie / Geoffrey Burgess -- The begger's opera and opéra-comique en vaudevilles / Daniel Heartz -- "His spirit is in action seen": Milton, Mrs Clive and the simulacra of the pastoral in Comus / Berta Joncus -- Reforming Achilles: gender, opera seria and the rhetoric of the enlightened hero / Wendy Heller -- Female operatic cross-dressing: Bernardo Saddumene's libretto for Leonardo Vinci's Li zite 'n galera / Nina Treadwell -- Of women, sex and folly : opera under the Old Regime / Georgia Cowart -- The castrato as history / Katherine Bergeron -- "An infinity of factions": opera in eighteenth-century Britain and the undoing of society / Suzanne Aspden -- Ignaz Holzbauer and the origins of German opera in Vienna / Lawrence Bennett -- Heidegger and the management of the Haymarket Opera / Judith Milhous, Robert D. Hume -- Farinelli in Madrid: opera, politics and the war of Jenkins' ear / Thomas McGeary -- An 18th-century singer's commission of "baggage" arias / Daniel E. Freeman -- Staging and its dramatic effect in French baroque opera: evidence from prompt notes / Antonia L. Banducci -- The Paris Opéra Chorus during the time of Rameau / Mary Cyr -- What recitatives owe to the airs: a look at the dialogue scene, Act I Scene 2 of Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie - version with airs / Cynthia Verba -- Irony and borrowing in Handel's "Agrippina" / John E. Sawyer -- Classical history and Handel's "Alessandro" / Richard G. King -- Dejanira and the physicians: aspects of hysteria in Handel's Hercules / David Ross Hurley -- Handel's compositional methods in his London operas of the 1730s and the unusual case of "Poro, ré dell'Indie" / Graham Cummings
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Innehåller bibliografiska referenser och index

Why early opera is Roman and not Greek / Robert C. Ketterer -- Staging an opera: letters fro the Cesarian poet / Roger Savage -- Dramatic dualities: opera pairs from Minato to Metastasio / Reinhard Strohm -- Metastasio on the Spanish stage: operatic adaptations in the public theatres of Madrid in the 1730s / José-Máximo Leza -- "Le théâtre ne change qu'à la troisième scène": the hand of the author and unity of place in act v of Hippolyte et Aricie / Geoffrey Burgess -- The begger's opera and opéra-comique en vaudevilles / Daniel Heartz -- "His spirit is in action seen": Milton, Mrs Clive and the simulacra of the pastoral in Comus / Berta Joncus -- Reforming Achilles: gender, opera seria and the rhetoric of the enlightened hero / Wendy Heller -- Female operatic cross-dressing: Bernardo Saddumene's libretto for Leonardo Vinci's Li zite 'n galera / Nina Treadwell -- Of women, sex and folly : opera under the Old Regime / Georgia Cowart -- The castrato as history / Katherine Bergeron -- "An infinity of factions": opera in eighteenth-century Britain and the undoing of society / Suzanne Aspden -- Ignaz Holzbauer and the origins of German opera in Vienna / Lawrence Bennett -- Heidegger and the management of the Haymarket Opera / Judith Milhous, Robert D. Hume -- Farinelli in Madrid: opera, politics and the war of Jenkins' ear / Thomas McGeary -- An 18th-century singer's commission of "baggage" arias / Daniel E. Freeman -- Staging and its dramatic effect in French baroque opera: evidence from prompt notes / Antonia L. Banducci -- The Paris Opéra Chorus during the time of Rameau / Mary Cyr -- What recitatives owe to the airs: a look at the dialogue scene, Act I Scene 2 of Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie - version with airs / Cynthia Verba -- Irony and borrowing in Handel's "Agrippina" / John E. Sawyer -- Classical history and Handel's "Alessandro" / Richard G. King -- Dejanira and the physicians: aspects of hysteria in Handel's Hercules / David Ross Hurley -- Handel's compositional methods in his London operas of the 1730s and the unusual case of "Poro, ré dell'Indie" / Graham Cummings

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