2 edition of Italian opera in the age of the American Revolution found in the catalog.
Italian opera in the age of the American Revolution
Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-360) and index.
|Series||Cambridge studies in opera|
|LC Classifications||ML1704 .P65 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 376 p. :|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||2011562966|
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Italian Opera in the Age of the American Revolution (Cambridge Studies in Opera) Hardcover Italian opera in the age of the American Revolution book Ap by Pierpaolo Polzonetti (Author)Cited by: 3. Italian Opera in the Age of the American Revolution Cambridge Studies in Opera: Author: Pierpaolo Polzonetti: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Cambridge University Press, ISBN: Telescopes and stargazing take on a literal aspect in the early chapters of Polzonetti’s fascinating book, which focuses on how the American Revolution was depicted in Italian opera buffa of the mid- to late eighteenth century.
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Italian Opera in the Age of the American Revolution. By Pierpaolo Polzonetti. (Cambridge Studies in Opera.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, [xix, p.
ISBN $] Music examples, illustrations, bibliography. index. How did revolutionary America appear to European audiences through their opera glasses.
The operas studied in this volume are populated by gun-toting and slave-holding Quakers, handsome Native Americans, female middle-class political leaders. Italian Opera in the Age of the American Revolution. By Pierpaolo Polzonetti. (Cambridge Studies in Opera.) Cambridge: Cambridge Uni - versity Press, [xix, p.
ISBN $] Music examples, illustrations, bibliography, index. This is the introduction to a book about how revolutionary America appeared to European audiences through their opera glasses. The operas studied in this volume are populated by gun-toting and slave-holding Quakers, handsome Native Americans, female.
ITALIAN OPERA IN THE AGE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. How did revolutionary America appear to European audiences through their opera glasses. The operas studied in this volume are populated by gun-toting and slave-holding Quakers, handsome Native Americans, female middle-class politicalleaders,rebelliousBritishsoldiers, them display an unprecedented conﬁguration of social and gender roles, which led leading composers of the time, including Mozart, Haydn.
Polzonetti ITALIAN OPERA IN THE AGE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. xix+, isbn 0 2. Telescopes and stargazing take on a literal aspect in the early chapters of Polzonetti’s fascinating book, which focuses on how the American Revolution was depicted in Italian opera buffa of the mid- to late eighteenth century.
The subject is a timely one: Polzonetti rightly states that Italian opera of this period is predominately seen through the lens of the French Revolution, as though this were the only revolution. cambridge university press Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo, Delhi, Tokyo, Mexico City Cambridge University Press.
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