Overview:Music, Theater, and Cultural Transfer: Paris, 1830-1914 - Opera and musical theater dominated French culture in the 1800s, and the influential stage music that emerged from this period helped make Paris, as Walter Benjamin put it, the 'capital of the nineteenth century'. The fullest account available of this artistic ferment and its international impact, "Music, Theater, and Cultural Transfer" explores the diverse institutions that shaped Parisian music and extended its influence across Europe, the Americas, and Australia. The contributors to this volume, who work in fields ranging from literature to theater to musicology, focus on the city's musical theater scene as a whole rather than on individual theaters or repertories. Their broad range enables their collective examination of the ways in which all aspects of performance and reception were affected by the transfer of works, performers, and management models from one environment to another. By focusing on this interplay between institutions and individuals, the authors illuminate the tension between institutional conventions and artistic creation during the heady period when Parisian stage music reached its zenith.
This book is on page /d0553424e45fae636e72e0aad9b90871/book/1603729675-9780226239262. It was written by the following authors: Annegret Fauser, Mark Everist. Book Music, Theater, and Cultural Transfer: Paris, 1830-1914, which can be read online, published by the company: The University of Chicago Press. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Entertainment. The book was published on 2009-12-04 00:00:00. It has 456 pages and is published in Hardback format and weight 990 g. File for download Music, Theater, and Cultural Transfer: Paris, 1830-1914 has PDF format and is called music-theater-and-cultural-transfer-paris-1830-1914.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our eccoilsito.it site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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