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Rebecca Harris Warrick

Cambridge Studies in Opera

A History

€ 174.85


Since its inception, French opera has embraced dance, yet all too often operatic dancing is treated as mere decoration. This book exposes the multiple and meaningful roles that dance has played, starting from Jean-Baptiste Lully`s first opera in 1672. Itcounters prevailing notions in operatic historiography that dance was parenthetical and presents compelling evidence that the divertissement is essential to understanding the work. The book considers the operas of Lully and the 46-year period between thedeath of Lully and the arrival of Rameau, when influences from the commedia dell`arte and other theatres began to inflect French operatic practices. It explores the intersections of musical, textual, choreographic and staging practices at a complex institution - the Academie Royale de Musique - which upheld as a fundamental aesthetic principle the integration of dance into opera



Taal / Language : English

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Hardback
484 pagina's
Januari 2016
1351 gram
247 x 174 x 49 mm
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS gb


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