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La Straniera

Author: Vincenzo Bellini
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La Straniera

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Vincenzo Bellini

Author: Stephen Willier
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This comprehensive bibliography and research guide details all the works currently available on Vincenzo Bellini, the Italian opera composer best known for his work Norma, which is still regularly performed today at Covent Garden and by regional opera companies. 2001, the bicentennial anniversary of Bellini's death, saw several concerts and recordings of his work, raising his academic profile. This volume aims to meet the research needs of all students of Bellini in particular.


Music and Historical Critique

Author: Gary Tomlinson
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Music and Historical Critique provides a definitive collection of Gary Tomlinson's influential studies on critical musicology, with the watchword throughout being history. This collection gathers his most innovative essays and lectures, some of them published here for the first time, along with an introduction outlining the context of the contributions and commenting on their aims and significance. Music and Historical Critique provides a retrospective view of the author's achievements in bringing to the heart of musicological discourse both deep-seated experiences of the past and meditations on the historian's ways of understanding them.


La Straniera Melodramma in due atti Da rappresentarsi nel Teatro Grande di Trieste la Quaresima dell anno 1831 By Felice Romani

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Mariano Jos de Larra

Author: Alvin F. Sherman
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Printed opera scores in American libraries

Author: Charles H. Parsons
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A multi-volume set giving detailed information on every aspect of opera - over 100,000 entries. Improves on Steiger's Opernlexikon by including two additional data-categories for each work (language of text and literary sources) and by covering composers who have appeared since the end-date of Steiger's work (1934).


Augustinianum

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The New Kobb s Opera Book

Author: Anthony Peattie
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Summarizes the plots of operas ranging from the 17th to the 20th century and includes composers such as Mozart, Wagner, Rossini, and Benjamin Britten


The Life of Bellini

Author: John Rosselli
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Vincenzo Bellini's physical beauty, boundless success, and untimely death at the age of thirty-three combined to give him instant mythical status. In John Rosselli's new account, the first in English in twenty-five years, of his life and music, a more accurate view of Bellini emerges. Carefully sorting through fact, legend and even spurious documentation, Rosselli reassesses Bellini's personality, his relationships, and his short but dazzling career in Naples, Milan and Paris. He introduces the operatic world of the early nineteenth century, the singers of Bellini's roles, and, above all he explains the writing and performance of the operas themselves. What emerges from this level-headed biography is a portrait of an otherwise normal young man with uncommon musical gifts.