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The Oxford illustrated history of opera
|Other titles||Illustrated history of opera|
|Statement||edited by Roger Parker.|
|Contributions||Parker, Roger, 1951-|
|LC Classifications||ML1700 .O95 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 541 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||541|
Other author/creator: Parker, Roger, Format: Electronic and Book: Publication Info: Oxford [England] ; New York: Oxford University Press, Description. The authors of this history wonder how opera transcends its significant dramatic flaws—the absurdity of a tuberculous character singing an aria, for .
Bauman, Thomas A. / "The Eighteenth Century: Comic Opera".The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera. editor / Roger Parker. London: Oxford University Press, pp. Cited by: 1. He has worked in Continuing Education throughout his career and is the author of Oxford University's first two online courses in Music. Miss Claire-Louise Lucas Tutor. Claire-Louise Lucas is a professional mezzo-soprano and a part-time music tutor. She lectures on opera and song for Oxford University Department for Continuing Education.
Roger Parker is Professor of Music at King's College, London, and the author of Leonora's Last Act and Remaking the Song. He is founding co-editor of the Donizetti critical edition, and editor of The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera. More about Roger Parker. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Opera by John Warrack Call Number: REF MLO6 R6 (RH); MLO6 R6 (LC) Author: Mike Magilligan.
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The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera is well worth the money. The book belongs on your shelf of works dealing with grand opera. The text is well written covering all the major works in the standard opera repertory from bel canto masterpieces to works being written today., An essential reference work/5(20).
The Oxford illustrated history of opera User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. There are few one-volume histories of opera available, and none includes the up-to-date information contained here. Nine leading authorities (all contributors to The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, 4 4/5(3).
The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera is well worth the money. The book belongs on your shelf of works dealing with grand opera. The text is well written covering all the major works in the standard opera repertory from bel canto masterpieces to works being written today., An essential reference work.
Well recommended!/5(12). The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In its lavish amalgam of theatrical and musical re /5.
A collection of lavishly illustrated single-volume histories, Oxford Illustrated Histories present well-documented chronologies on topics like Britain, theater, Greece, opera, English literature, modern Europe, and more.
Get this from a library. The Oxford illustrated history of opera. [Roger Parker;] -- There are few one-volume histories of opera available, and none includes the up-to-date information contained here. Nine leading authorities provide insightful chapters on periods in opera history. The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera is not directed to music researcher or musicologist, but to people who already like opera and would like to get a wider picture of opera history.
That said, the writing is pedantic, and some of the data is superfluous, and interesting neither for the average opera-lover nor for the professional musician /5(14). The history and social context of opera is explored by a group of leading British and American scholars in this volume.
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Parker Hardcover Book, pages See Other Available Editions Description In its lavish amalgam of theatrical and musical resources, its flamboyant charm, its extravagant appeal to the heart and the mind, and its seemingly inexhaustible power to move and astonish us, opera is clearly the most spectacular of all the : The Oxford Illustrated History of Theatre, an authoritative and lavishly illustrated new history, celebrates the stage's greatest achievements over 4, years, from festival performances in ancient Egypt to international, multicultural drama in the late twentieth century, and from Sophocles and Aristophanes to George Gershwin and Harold Pinter.
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Edited by Stanley Sadie. The New Grove Dictionary of Opera (), is a comprehensive resource on the study of opera designed for scholars and opera 11, articles, written by more than 1, of the world's leading critics and scholars, cover 1, operas from the late 16th century Florentine Camerata, through the great 18th and 19th century operas, to Written: A History of Opera: The Last Four Hundred Years Hardcover – 1 Nov.
He is founding co-editor of the Donizetti critical edition, published by Ricordi, and editor of The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera (). Customers who bought this item also bought/5(50). Throughout its history, opera has reflected trends current in the several arts of which it is composed.
followed the action of the opera, which might last several hours, in a printed libretto, literally “a little book” produced for the occasion. The Oxford Illustrated History of Opera. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Sadie. Contents: The seventeenth century / Tim Carter -- The eighteenth century: serious opera ; The eighteenth century: comic opera / Thomas Bauman -- The nineteenth century: France / David Charlton -- The nineteenth century: Italy / William Ashbrook -- The nineteenth century: Germany / Barry Millington -- Russian, Czech, Polish, and Hungarian opera to / John Tyrrell -- The.
Opera buffa (Italian: [ˈɔːpera ˈbufːa]; "comic opera", plural: opere buffe) is a genre of was first used as an informal description of Italian comic operas variously classified by their authors as commedia in musica, commedia per musica, dramma bernesco, dramma comico, divertimento giocoso.
Especially associated with developments in Naples in the first half of the 18th century. Opera performances are often radically inventive. Composers' revisions, singers' improvisations, and stage directors' re-imaginings continually challenge our visions of canonical works.
But do they go far enough? This elegantly written, beautifully concise book, spanning almost the entire history of opera, reexamines attitudes toward some of our best-loved musical works.The Oxford Illustrated History of the Crusades by Jonathan Riley-Smith: The Oxford Illustrated History of the Royal Navy by J.
R. Hill: The Oxford Illustrated History of Theatre by John Russell Brown: The Oxford Illustrated History of Modern Europe by T. C. W. Blanning: The Oxford Illustrated History of Tudor and Stuart.La Dafne (Daphne) is an early Italian opera, written in by the Italian composer Marco da Gagliano from a libretto by Ottavio is described as a favola in musica (fable set to music) composed in one act and a prologue.
The opera is based on the myth of Daphne and Apollo as related by Ovid in the first book of the earlier version of the .