5 edition of Operatic Migrations found in the catalog.
May 30, 2006
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Roberta Montemorra Marvin (Editor), Downing A. Thomas (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||274|
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Each essay addresses migrations between genres, cultures, literary and musical works, modes of expression, media of presentation and aesthetics. Although the directions the contributions take are diverse, they converge in significant ways, particularly with the rebuttal of the notion of the singular nature of the operatic work.
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Operatic Migrations is a collection of thirteen essays on the creation, performance, and reception of opera, developed from an interdisciplinary summer research seminar that took place at the University of Iowa in ; it is made up of contributions that address opera as genre, performance, musical work, institution, aesthetic problem, and multi-media representation, among other issues, in Author: Stefanie Stella Tcharos.
Operatic Migrations Book Summary: This volume takes an interdisciplinary approach to studying a wide range of subjects associated with the creation, performance and reception of 'opera' in varying social and historical contexts from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries.
Each essay attends to migrations between genres, cultures, literary and musical works, modes of expression, media of. Each essay attends to migrations between genres, cultures, literary and musical works, modes of expression, media of presentation and aesthetics. Although the directions the contributions take are diverse, they converge in significant ways, particularly with the rebuttal of the notion of the singular nature of the operatic work.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (Classical Music Editor’s Choice Top Ten Book of ). Fashions and Legacies of Nineteenth-Century Italian Opera. Edited by Roberta Montemorra Marvin and Hilary Poriss. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Operatic Migrations: Transforming Works and Crossing Boundaries.
With its powerful combination of music and theatre, opera is one of the most complex and yet immediate of all art forms.
Once opera was studied only as 'a stepchild of musicology', but in the past two decades opera studies have experienced an explosion of energy with the introduction of new approaches drawn from disciplines such as social anthropology and performance studies to media theory.
Operatic Migrations: Transforming Works and Crossing Boundaries in Musical Drama, ed. Roberta Montemorra Marvin and Downing Thomas (Ashgate, ).
This volume takes an interdisciplinary approach to studying a wide range of subjects associated with the creation, performance and reception of 'opera' in varying social and historical contexts from. Roger Parker, Remaking the Song: Operatic Visions and Revisions from Hande/ to Berio (Berkeley and Los Angeles, ), particularly Chapter 1, and Rachel Cowgill, 'Mozart Productions and the Emergence of Werktreue at London's Italian Opera House, —', in Operatic Migrations, 4 Parker, Remaking the Song, 8.
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And for contemporary audiences, many of these characters--and the celebrated women who played them--still define opera at its finest and most searingly affective, even if storylines leave them swooning and faded by the end of the drama. Cowgill, Rachel Operatic Migrations: Transforming Works and Crossing Boundaries Marvin, R.
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The essays in Operatic Migrations, then, can be understood as case studies in contextualization, whether in relation to the historical and cultural environment of an opera's creation and initial Author: Andrew Dell'antonio.
What is one difference between Opera and Musical Theatre. A.) musical theatre is more about singing than about story line B.) acting is one of the most important factors in Opera, but not in musical theatre C.)Opera is typically in other languages, while musical theatre is in english D.) Both A and C are correct E.) Only C is correct.
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SEPTEM .Operatic Migrations: Transforming Works and Crossing Boundaries. Edited by Roberta Montemorra Marvin and Downing A. Thomas (equal contributions). Aldershot: Ashgate, (Short-listed for the American Musicological Society’s Ruth A.
Solie Award) Historical Musicology: Sources, Methods, Interpretations. Edited by Stephen A. Crist and Roberta.Beloved parents pass away—late migrations of a different sort. “Every day the world is teaching me what I need to know to be in the world,” Renkl writes.
And so she teaches us, in captivating, lyrical prose. Mockingbirds keep messy nests. The cedar waxwing is “an operatic aria of a bird. A flying jungle flower.”.