4 edition of Opera before Mozart found in the catalog.
Opera before Mozart
Robinson, Michael F.
Bibliography: p. -162.
|Statement||[by] Michael F. Robinson.|
|Series||Apollo editions, A-161|
|LC Classifications||ML1700 .R6 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||67009534|
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An intelligent, thorough opera-by-opera study which seriously suffers, however, by comparison with William Mann's The Operas of Mozart (). The two volumes adopt identical formats: each chapter begins with biographical background and notes on the creation of the libretto and score in question, then moves on to a scene-by-scene, aria-by-aria musical and dramatic . Mozart's The Magic Flute Mozart’s wonderful 'The Magic Flute' was premiered in Vienna in – and this is one of the posters printed to advertise that first performance. The opera follows the lovers Tamino and Pamina and also includes the famously fiendish Queen of the Night’s aria ‘Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen’.
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24 rows Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's operas comprise 22 musical dramas in a variety of genres. They range from the small-scale, derivative works of his youth to the full-fledged operas of his maturity.
Three of the works were Opera before Mozart book before completion and were not performed until many years after the composer's death. Opera Before Mozart Paperback – June 1, by Paula Robinson (Author) See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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London, Hutchinson [©] (OCoLC) In Paris Mozart published his first piece of music, and in London he composed his first symphony. After the tour concluded inMozart went to Vienna, where he composed a German singspiel (Bastien und Bastienne) and an Italian opera buffa (La finta semplice).
Inyear-old Mozart was appointed honorary Konzertmeister at the Salzburg. Following the completion of this opera, Mozart worked on The Magic Flute, and ‘Requiem’.
He never finished the latter. As the story goes, the night before his death, Mozart was hallucinating that he was at the Wiednertheater, as the performance of The Magic Flute was taking place. The ensemble is briefly gripped by tension before Mozart passes his magic wand over the music and merriment returns.
Piano Concerto No. 25 Mitsuko Uchida and the Cleveland Orchestra (Decca). Commissioned for the coronation of Leopold II in Prague, Mozart composed this two-act opera seria. It was the first of Mozart’s operas to reach London. Set in Imperial Rome, in the year 79AD, La Clemenza di Tito tells the story of Emperor Titus.
Many composers had set this story to music before however, Mozart set the opera in a new way. The first of the famous series of Mozart operas set to libretti by Lorenzo Da Ponte is now Mozart's most popular opera.
Don Giovanni (Mozart). Second of the operas that Mozart set to Da Ponte's libretti, Don Giovanni has provided a puzzle for writers and philosophers ever since its composition. Così fan tutte (Mozart). 21 hours ago Although traditional drive-in cinemas are traditionally the stuff of hazy, American evenings, it is thought that such a feat has never been attempted with opera before.
The “Drive & Live” concept will include the showing of shortened versions of well-known operas such as Puccini’s La bohème and Mozart’s The Magic Flute. This Mozart book is perfect for college-level works. Some of its features are clear text, straightforward approach, enough room for making notes, among others.
If you need a Mozart book that comes with easy-to-read scores, then you should give the Later Symphonies (Nos 35 to 41) in Full Score a try. Renowned Mozart scholar Daniel Heartz brings his deep knowledge of social history, theater, and art to a study of the last and great decade of Mozart's operas.
Mozart specialists will recognize some of Heartz's best-known essays here; but six pieces are new for the collection, and others have been revised and updated with little-known documents /5(2).
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (–) lived at the height of the Classical period in music history — a time of elegance, beauty, refinement, and grace. He wrote 22 operas — 10 of them as a teenager. Although many operas written by other composers during that time seem out-of-date and stilted, Mozart’s still appear remarkably fresh to [ ].
About Before There Was Mozart: The Story of Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-George. The musical superstar of 18th-century France was Joseph Boulogne—a black man. This inspiring story tells how Joseph, the only child of a black slave and her white master, becomes “the most accomplished man in Europe.”.
"A very fine book, recommended to all who are interested in opera before(and including) Mozart."--Comparative Drama "A wealth of insightful and virtuosos interpretations of many of the best-known historical characters in early Italian opera."--Early Music "This work is a welcome addition to our understanding of opera's rich musical tradition.
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Get it today with Same Day Delivery, Order Pickup or. Don Giovanni, opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Italian libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte) that premiered on Octo The opera’s subject is Don Juan, the notorious libertine of fiction, and his eventual descent into hell.
Learn more about Don Giovanni. Mozart’s last opera can be seen as a marvellous tale for children or as an ardent meditation on human existence. A prince from a far-off land on a quest to find a slightly suicidal princess encounters a giant snake and a swaggering bird catcher, the Queen of the Night and a mysterious High Priest imposing strange rites of passage.
In his lifetime, Joseph composed six operas (as well as other pieces of music), stood before audiences on the same stages as Mozart, and performed before Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
Ransome's mixed-media paintings join tropical motifs with the sumptuous colors and prints of affluent Paris society, and his faces glow with vitality. That’s probably the most notorious aspect of Mozart’s letters: the filth. Quite how gamey they get varies with the translation.
The classic English version — some letters covering the period to — comes in three fat volumes, translated by Emily Anderson in in the best possible taste.Brigid Brophy first published her passionate, profoundly original Mozart the Dramatist inrevisiting it subsequently in Organised by theme, the text offers brilliant readings of Mozart's five most famous operas - Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail, Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Cosi fan tutte, and Die Zauberflote - while a preface reconsiders Idomeneo Seller Rating: % positive.In this fascinating study of Mozart's operas, Nicholas Till shows that the composer was not a "divine idiot" but an artist whose work was informed by the ideas and discoveries of the Enlightenment.
Examining the dramatic emergence of a modern society in eighteenth-century Austria, the author draws on such famous writers and thinkers of the time as Richardson.