Mozart in Anglophone cultures / Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, Dorothea Flothow, Wolfgang Görtschacher (eds.)

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Salzburg Conference on English Literature and Culture (15th : 2006 : Salzburg, Austria) [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Frankfurt am Main ; New York : P. Lang, 2009.
Description
vi, 182 p. ; 21 cm.

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Notes
" ... Papers given at the 15th Salzburg Annual Conference on English Literature and Culture held in 2006 to commemorate Mozart's 250th anniversary"--P. 4 of cover.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Daines Barrington meets little Mozart : An account of a very remarkable young musician / Ulrike Steinhäusl and Herminio Domingo
  • Father and son : Reflections on a strange relationship on the basis of Peter Shaffer's "Amadeus" / Michaela Schwarzbauer
  • "Amadeus" and narrative unreliability / Beatrix Hesse
  • Don Giovanni and the "Circe" Chapter of Ulysses / Mohit K. Ray
  • The magic sound of the Magic flute in Barbara Trapido's Temples of delight / Milada Frankova
  • Opera into Novel : Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Amanda Prantera and Jill Paton Walsh / Glyn Pursglove
  • Mozart in the Antipodes / Adi Wimmer
  • John Heath-Stubbs : The Mozart poems / D.M. De Silva
  • Sequel as Inversion : "Don Juan in hell" : Shaw's intertextual sequel to Mozart's 'opera of operas' / Rama Kundu
  • Dancing Mozart in the USA : George Balanchine and the 'Invention' of the American ballet / Claudia Jeschke
  • Advice from Mozart : Michael Kelly's "Reminiscences" / C.C. Barfoot
  • George Bernard Shaw and Mozart / Helga Hushahn
  • Linley and Mozart / Christopher Smith
  • Viewing Mozart and his magic Singspiel through seriocomic spectacles : W.H. Auden's "Metalogue" to The magic flute / Ludmilla Kostova.
ISBN
  • 9783631562567
  • 363156256X
LCCN
2009537058
OCLC
301889612
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