5 edition of handbook of American operatic premieres, 1731-1962. found in the catalog.
handbook of American operatic premieres, 1731-1962.
|Series||Detroit studies in music bibliography,, no. 5|
|LC Classifications||ML128.O4 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||64055003|
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Details *. This handbook is intended, "not as a comprehensive encyclopedia, but rather a stimulus and a springboard for further exploration." It 1731-1962. book opera plots selected according to number of performances given by major opera houses in the s ranging from Peri's Euridice to Author: John Lazarus.
The Oxford Handbook of Opera captures the highly charged dynamic between opera and its audience, bringing the complexities of scholarship handbook of American operatic premieres the excitement of performance into the mainstream conversation.
Fifty essays address an extensive range of topics: What is opera. Genre Musical theater(s) Operatorio. The concept of opera Oft-told tales The language of national style Musical. American operas. Below is a list of all of the operas included in this project. Click on one of the links below or to the left to learn more about the operas and the men and women who created them.
When first published inA Short History of Opera immediately achieved international status as a classic in the field. Now, more than five decades later, this thoroughly revised and expanded fourth edition informs and entertains opera lovers just as its predecessors by: In this book, the author relates his transformation from a traditional native American youth to a westernized, highly professional adult.
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In First Nights at the Opera, the renowned music scholar Thomas Kelly narrates the social history of European opera during its golden age by taking us behind the scenes at the premiere performances of five extraordinary and influential operas: Handel’s Author: Donna Fournier.
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Even William Henry Fry, composer of the first American grand opera, Leonora (), wrote a second, even earlier opera, that remains unperformed. A production of Aurelia the Vestal (composed c. ) could perhaps be billed as the world premiere of the earliest known American opera.
The African-American opera tradition. Year Premieres Events; William Henry Fry composes Aurelia the Vestal, which remains unperformed.: June 4: Leonora, (William Henry Fry; Chestnut St., Philadelphia) The premiere of Fry's Leonora is the first known performance of an opera by an American composer.
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Making America Operatic: Six Composers' Attempts at an American Opera, A Handbook of American Operatic Premieres, For anyone enraptured by the sound of the American Author: Aaron Ziegel. A Handbook of American Operatic Premieres, – Paul S. Ivory. Paul S. Ivory. See all articles by this author.
Search Google Scholar for this author. First Published Apr 1, ; pp. – Abstract. The first known performance of an opera by an American was Leonora, by William Henry Fry, on June 4, in Philadelphia.
The first American opera with an American subject was Rip Van Winkle, by. Opera, which of course originated in Italy, caught on from country to country in its own time and in its own way. French, German, and Italian opera are all different in many ways and these differences reflect the national trends and tastes of their countries.
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