L’Europe Baroque. Oper im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert – L’opéra aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles


This publication is dedicated to a profound examination of baroque opera’s topicality. Aspects of repertoire, sheet music and recording as well as recent developments in asthetic reception, staging, vocals and instrumental sound are being discussed. Contributors from both scientific and music theatre survey 17th and 18th century’s opera from numerous different angles and focus on its present stagings. For more information on topics and articles view the table of contents below. 


Philippe Beaussant, Sylvie Bouissou, Daniel Brandenburg, Robert Carsen, William Christie, Alan Curtis, Sieghart Döhring, Ulrich Etscheit, Ulrich Frey, Sabine Henze-Döhring, Rosemary Joshua, Gerhard Kramer, Alain Lanceron, Jean-François Lattarico, Jean-Louis Martinoty, Béatrice Massin, Dominique Meyer, Christophe Rousset, Isolde Schmid-Reiter, Andreas Scholl, Stephanie Schroedter, Herbert Seifert & Mathias Spohr. 


Editors: Isolde Schmid-Reiter, Dominique Meyer
Softcover, 255 pages
Publisher: Conbrio (July 2010)
Language: German/French
ISBN: 978-3-940768-17-9
€ 24 

Further Information
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