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Music on stage. Volume 2 / edited by Luis Campos and Fiona Jane Schopf.

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016.
Description:
x, 290 pages : illustrations, music ; 22 cm
Notes:
A selection of papers presented at the fifth 'Music on Stage' conference series held at Rose Bruford College, Sidcup, Kent, 2014.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Musicality as a mode of intermedial staging in the work of the irrepressibles / Luis Campos -- The emergence of the operatic / Daniel Somerville -- Beyond the spectacle of the diva in opera : Zerbinetta and Elektra / Erin McHugh -- A world in between : staging brain-damaged patients and human dignity / Karl Katschthaler -- The aqueduct : a contemporary intercultural chamber opera aimed at subverting diverse cultural stereotypes / Jenny Game-Lopata -- New insights into the notion of interculturalism and hybridity in musical theatre / Alejandro Postigo -- Brÿlluppet Ned Como-Søen : Alessandro Manzoni's I promessi sposi brought to stage by Hans Christian Andersen / Ann Peeters -- It's just a jump to the past! subverting intertextual otherness in The Rocky Horror Show / Adam Rush -- Oresteia by Iannis Xenakis : a new solution to a 400-year-old problem / Maia Sigua -- Lending support to Russian dual faith (dvoeverie) as a facet of identity : aspects of belief in Rimsky-Korsakov's operas / John Nelson -- The liminal zone of opera : (unaccompanied) operatic monodrama and the song of Margery Kempe / Brian A. Inglis -- Will the real Baron Ochs step forward? / Michael Reynolds -- Strauss and the silent Der Rosenkavalier : creating a substitute for dreams / Paul Fryer -- Glass's Orphée and La belle et la bête : products and processes of adaptation / Danielle Liang -- Who's making all that noise? stage presence (and absence) in music for electronically-controlled sound sources / Jonathan Pitkin -- Dancing to his tune / Russell Millard -- Humour in opera : a case study of Ligeti's use of humour in his opera Le grand macabre / Mike Searby.
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Form/​Genre:
Conference papers and proceedings.
ISBN:
  • 1443896861
  • 9781443896863
OCLC:
  • 957185711
  • 962962669
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