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Book
142 pages : illustrations (some color), music ; 25 cm.
  • Essays: Conte de la Barbe-bleue / Charles Perrault
  • Moralité à la façon des contes de Perrault / Paul Dukas
  • La lumière luit dans les ténèbres... / Olivier Messiaen
  • Échos de la presse après la création / Catherine Lorent
  • Les trois fils d'une même Ariane / André Tubeuf
  • La création du Château de Barbe-bleue / Zoltán Kodály
  • Les musiciens hongrois et la France / Béla Bartók
  • Barbe-bleue ou l'amour impossible / Jean-Michel Brèque
  • Barbe-bleue : la clef du mystère / Pierre Enckell
  • Sept compositeurs pour une Barbe-bleue / Pierre Cadars
  • Le fil d'Ariane et la clef du château / Pierre Michot
  • La liberté ou la mort / Marcel Marnat.
Music Library

2. Arias [2017]

Music recording
1 audio disc : CD audio, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Digital: audio file. CD audio.
  • Oreste. Agitato da fiere tempeste (4:24)
  • Serse. Frondi tenere e belle (:47) ; Ombra mai fu (3:24) ; Crude furie degl'orridi abissi (3:55)
  • Rinaldo. Cara sposa, amante cara (8:48) ; Venti, turbini, prestate (4:06)
  • Imeneo. Se potessero i sospir miei (6:47)
  • Il Pastor Fido. Sento brillar nel sen (6:45)
  • Rodelinda, Regina de' Longobardi. Pompe vane di morte (2:53) ; Dove sei, amato bene? (6:19)
  • Giulio Cesare in Egitto. Se in fiorito, ameno prato (8:40)
  • Ariodante. Scherza, infida, in grembo al drudo (11:13) ; Dopo notte atra e funesta (7:28)
  • Partenope. Ch'io parta? (4:14).
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Book
256 pages : illustrations, charts ; 24 cm.
  • La Comédie-Italienne : un théâtre de l'instabilité et du papillotage -- Comédie, opéra italien, opéra-comique et parodie : le projet artistique de la Comédie-Italienne et le dialogue dramaturgique avec le théâtre de l'Opéra-Comique -- Traces du projet de métissage théâtral franco-italien de la Comédie-Italienne : La Nouvelle Italie de Jean Galli de Bibiena -- À propos d'un auteur maudit -- Maria Anna Piccinelli, quatre "mamans" et deux maris -- La Nouvelle Italie : argument -- La Nouvelle Italie : les enjeux -- Carlo Goldoni : L'Amore paterno -- La "préparation" du départ -- La rencontre avec Paris : observer, étudier, et observer de nouveau -- Observer, étudier, et observer de nouveau, acte I : le répertoire -- Observer, étudier, et observer de nouveau, acte II : les comédiens -- Observer, étudier, et observer de nouveau, acte III : les spectateurs -- L'Amore paterno : l'intrigue et ses protagonistes -- L'Amore paterno : l'allégorie -- L'Amore paterno : le comique, l'expérimentation, le métissage, le plurilinguisme -- L'énigme du traducteur disparu -- Carlo Goldoni : Il Matrimonio per concorso -- Des Deux Italiennes au Matrimonio per concorso -- Le silence assourdissant d'une subtile violence bourgeoise : les paradoxes d'un monde sans les serviteurs -- Répétition générale d'un roman -- Carlo Goldoni : Il Genio buono e ilgenio cattivo -- De Venise (?) à Venise, en passant par Paris -- Une "comédie riche de [...] moralité" -- Une "comédie pleine de [...] critique" -- Une comédie "de transformation, sans les fables, sans les diables, et sans les scènes criardes" -- Magie, lieu et temps : de Bergame à Tripoli, aller et retour -- Les autres comédies goldoniennes de la période française -- L'insaisissable définition de l'objet -- Les sources -- Goldoni avant Goldoni -- Goldoni avec Goldoni -- Goldoni après Goldoni -- La composition à plusieurs mains -- Trajectoires magiques du Goldoni parisien -- Trajectoires d'expérimentation -- Carlo Goldoni à Paris : fragments d'une biographie culturelle -- Carlo Goldoni et Charles-Simon Favart -- Deux lettres de Carlo Goldoni au Journal de Paris -- La Comédie-Italienne et l'hybridation de l'opéra italien : Nicolas-Étienne Framery, théoricien de la parodie-traduction.
"En 1762, Carlo Goldoni quitte à jamais Venise pour Paris où la Comédie-Italienne met à sa disposition ses acteurs, son théâtre et son public. Sur cette "scène bâtarde", déconsidérée par les uns, investie par les ambitions créatives des autres, Goldoni réalise une hybridation nouvelle du savoir-faire dramaturgique français et de la tradition théâtrale italienne, sur fond constant de bilinguisme et d'équilibre - sans cesse remis en cause - entre voix et musique, entre parole et corps. Comment légitimer l'art italien dans la capitale européenne du théâtre ? Comment réunir les masques séculaires et l'esprit des Lumières ? Comment renouveler la commedia dell'arte, intégrer dans le même espace et le même temps "réalisme" et féérie ? Quelle relation artistique s'établit entre la dramaturgie comique italienne et celle, française, de l'opéra-comique moderne ? Quelle réception réserveront les spectateurs parisiens au plus grand dramaturge italien du siècle ?"--Page 4 of cover.
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Book
xii, 170 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Abstract Dedication Acknowledgements Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Cultural Obsession The Making of China's National Icon The Rise of an All-Female Utopia National Identity and the Formation of the Gender Aesthetics Chapter 3. Mao's "Gender Trouble" The Downfall of the Cross-Gender Performance Tradition From Theatre to Reality: Normalization of Female Masculinity The Production of a Social Taboo Chapter 4. The Revival White Faced Gentleman: The Unofficial Return of Nandan "Natural Selection" in the Aesthetic Regime: The Return of Traditional Femininity The Mainstreaming of Drag in Popular Media Chapter 5. The New Generation "Two Spirited" M. Butterfly The Superwoman Within Intersex Occasional Cross-Gender Training "Double Standard" Employment Opportunities Relationships Success Chapter 6. Rebel or Follow When Theatre and Biology Intersect Interplay: Desires, Identities and Transgression Make Believe: Creating a Psychological Truth The Performed and the Innate The Drama of Reality Sexual Artifice in Gender Transgression Chapter 7. Conclusion References Appendix A. Major interview questions Appendix B. List of Interviewees Appendix C. Glossary.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138057906 20171201
Cross-Gender China, the outcome of more than twenty years of theatrical and sociological research, deconstructs the cultural implications of cross-gender performance in today's China. The recent revival in male-to-female cross-gender nandan performance in Chinese theatre raises a multitude of questions: it may suggest new gender dynamics, or new readings of old aesthetic traditions in new socio-cultural contexts. Interrogating the positions of the gender being performed and the gender doing the performing, this volume gives a broad cultural account of the contexts in which this unique performance style has found new life.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138057906 20171201
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Book
184 pages ; 19 cm.
  • En guise de prélude -- "Les anges n'ont pas de sexe" -- La Traviata. Signes, ellipses, allusions -- Aida. Le dernier grand opéra -- La Gioconda. Opéra vériste ? -- Elehtra. La renaissance de la tragédie -- La Fanciulla del West. Invention et réinvention musicales -- Zemlinsky. Une tragédie florentine et Le Nain -- Les Sortilèges de l'Enfance -- Kurt Weill et la question de la voix -- Trajectoires croisées. Liszt et Wagner -- Trajectoires croisées. Mahler et Ligeti -- Trajectoires croisées. Gdrecki et Penderecki -- Massenet. Source d'inspiration pour les compositeurs d'aujourd'hui ?
"D'abord la musique, ensuite les paroles ? Plutôt que de rouvrir la dispute, largement résolue par les grands maîtres, Karol Beffa déplace le problème, apprenant de ses prédécesseurs l'art de ruser avec la norme. Il revisite l'opéra en tant qu'auditeur et spectateur mais aussi avec ses interrogations de compositeur. En sa compagnie, on découvre autrement Verdi (La Traviata, Aida), Ravel (L'Enfant et les Sortilèges), Strauss (Elektra), Puccini (La Fanciulla del West), Zemlinsky (Une tragédie florentine, Le Nain), Ponchielli (La Gioconda) ou l'injustement oublié Massenet (Le Cid, Cendrillon). Karol Beffa compare également les trajectoires de Wagner et Liszt, Ligeti et Mahler, Gôrecki et Penderecki pour apprendre d'eux leurs secrets de fabrique dans le traitement de la voix."--Page 4 of cover.
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6. Don Giovanni [2018]

Book
287 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 20 cm.
  • The 'Comic' Element in Don Giovanni, Michael F. RobinsonMusic and Action in Don Giovanni, David Wyn JonesLorenzo Da Ponte, Christopher RaeburnCharacterization in Don Giovanni, E.J. Dent, Brigid Brophy, Julian Rushton, Lawrence Lipking, Andrew Steptoe, George HallDon Giovanni: Libretto by Lorenzo da PonteDon Giovanni: English translation by Visiontext.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847497062 20180403
Don Giovanni is one of Mozart's most popular and enduringly fascinating works. E.T.A. Hoffmann described it as the "opera of all operas". This edition begins with a discussion of its comic elements by Michael F. Robinson. An overall view of the score is given by David Wyn Jones, showing how Mozart maintained dramatic momentum over its two acts and giving an overview of the dramatic pacing and orchestration in some of the most important scenes. Christopher Raeburn concludes the commentary with an engaging portrait of Lorenzo Da Ponte, Mozart's "libertine librettist", and his relationship with the composer. This guide contains more than thirty photographs covering performances of Don Giovanni to the present day, a detailed thematic analysis, the libretto in Italian with a facing literal translation, an up-to-date bibliography and a discography, as well as DVD and website guides. Contains: The `Comic' Element in Don Giovanni, Michael F. Robinson; Music and Action in Don Giovanni, David Wyn Jones; Lorenzo Da Ponte, Christopher Raeburn; Characterization in Don Giovanni, E.J. Dent, Brigid Brophy, Julian Rushton, Lawrence Lipking, Andrew Steptoe, George Hall; Don Giovanni: A Selective Performance History, Hugo Shirley; Don Giovanni: Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte; Don Giovanni: English translation by Visiontext.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781847497062 20180403
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Book
126 pages : illustrations, music ; 25 cm.
  • Essays: Chronique des temps parisiens de Donizetti / Robert Pourvoyeur
  • Le dernier "succès fou" de Donizetti / Stella Rollet
  • Un quatuor d'exception et son "délicieux Son Pasquale" / Céline Frigau Manning
  • Quand Norina soufflait sur l'étincelle du féminisme / Louis Bilodeau
  • Les vocalises de la presse / Catherine-Marie Heuls
  • Opera domestica / Christophe Capacci
  • Le bass buffo et ses métamorphoses / Jean Cabourg.
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Video
1 videodisc (108 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4³/₄ in Sound: digital; optical. Video: NTSC; 2 rda. Digital: video file; DVD video; Region code 0.
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Music recording
1 audio disc (1:19:34) : digital, CD audio, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital. optical. 1.4 m/s. digital recording. Digital: audio file. CD audio.
  • Wanderer-Fantasie : D.760, op. 15 / Franz Schubert (Alois Graff piano, Vienna, ca. 1828-1835) (20:00)
  • Douze études : op. 10 / Frédéric Chopin (Érard piano, Paris, 1837) (25:32)
  • Réminiscences de Don Juan : S. 418 / Franz Liszt (Bösendorfer piano, Vienna, ca. 1875) (18:09)
  • Trois mouvements de Pétrouchka / Igor Stravinsky (Steinway & Sons piano, model D-274, 2014) (15:37).
"Alexander Melnikov imagined this programme where four monuments from the piano repertoire are interpreted in their original instrumental environment. The four pianos chosen have characteristics corresponding to those of the instruments on which these virtuoso pieces were first performed."--Container.
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Music recording
2 audio discs (2:35:59) : CD audio, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. 1.4 m/s. Digital: audio file. CD audio.
  • Disc 1. Act 1 (78:40)
  • Disc 2. Act 2 (77:19).
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11. Law and opera [2018]

Book
xiv, 401 pages ; 24 cm
  • Law in the opera, law on the opera, law around the opera : a multidisciplinary approach / Filippo Annunziata and Giorgio Fabio Colombo
  • Scalia/Ginsburg : the rhythm of the US federal Supreme Court / Francesca Benatti
  • Exile and identity : findings of fact and opinions of law in Bellini's La straniera / Louis Bertone
  • Fiat iustitia et pereat mundus : the tragic conflicts of the judge in I due foscari / Angelo Pio Buffo
  • "That may be Japanese law...but not in my country!" : marriage, divorce and private international law in Giacomo Puccini's Madama butterfly / Giorgio Fabio Colombo, Masabumi Suzuki and Dai Yokomizo
  • Crime, prosecution and justice in Verdi's Otello / Paolo Di Felice and Alessandro Accinni
  • The marriage of Figaro and the sunset of ancien régime legacy on modern legal culture / Elena Faletti
  • Legal issues in Italian opera / Silvia Ferreri
  • Le nozze di Wolfgang : about the meaning of marriage in Mozart's operas / Cesare Fertonani
  • Criminal law in Giacomo Puccini operatic production : the crimes against person in Tosca / Pietro Gandetto
  • The "Gesualdo case" in contemporary melodrama / Giovanni Iudica
  • Law and fate in Norma, I puritani, Aida and Tosca / Przemysław Krzywoszyński and Jan Woleński
  • Mozart and the concept of equality / Mariano Longo
  • Revenge between legal and social norms in Cavalleria rusticana / Giuseppe Lorini and Olimpia Giuliana Loddo
  • Paternal justice in Giuseppe Verdi's operas / Mario Riberi
  • Music and law : law in lyrical operas : Gianni schicci by Giacomo Puccini : the harmony of the system / Maria Teresa Sanza
  • The voice of the opera singer and its protection : another look at the Maria Callas case / Julia Ammermann Yebra
  • Critical edition of an opera : a new look for an old lady? : the boundaries of copyright protection in the EU countries / Giovanna Carugno
  • A 'stolen' theatre on Rue de la Loi : the Opéra after Therimidor / Mark Darlow
  • What is allowed in the opera? : law as the borderline of artistic experiment / Ewa Łętowska and Krzysztof Pawłowski
  • The Italian Scrittura teatrale : a peculiar case of unwritten terms integrating contracts / Geo Magri
  • Der Ring des Nibelungen : from a criminal law perspective / Peter Lewisch
  • Law, opera and the Baroque mentality : contradictions, paradoxes and dialogues / Mariana Lima Maia and Marcilio Toscano Franca Filho
  • Beethoven's Ninth and the quest for European identity : a law and music perspective / Giorgio Resta
  • The current international and musical society / Gustavo Troccoli Carvalho de Negreiros
  • Nemorino's plagiarims : copyright and circulation of texts in the golden age of Italian opera / Filippo Annunziata.
"This book explores the various connections between 'law and opera', providing a comprehensive, multinational, and multidisciplinary (with approaches from jurists, philosophers, musicologist, historians) resource on the subject. Further, it makes a...contribution to studies on law and the humanities. While, for example, the relationship between law and literature has been extensively researched, the relationship between law and opera remains largely overlooked. The book approaches the topic from three perspectives in three main sections: law in opera, law on opera, and law around opera."-- Back cover.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
264 pages ; 21 cm.
Green Library
Music score
1 score (xxii, 105 pages, 7 pages of plates) + 7 parts : facsimiles ; 31 cm.
  • Ouverture de Bois le Vicomte : vn., b.c.
  • Tout retentit : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Loürette : vn., b.c.
  • Ritournelle : vn., b.c.
  • Tous les ans les beaux jours : dessus, b.c.
  • Si jamais dans la prairie : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Rondeau : vn., b.c.
  • Lorsque de mil objets : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Que mon berger : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Rondeau : vn., b.c.
  • Allons badiner sur l'herbette : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Sarabande : vn., b.c.
  • Alcandre : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Il n'est point de bergere sincere : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Bourée : vn., b.c.
  • Ritournelle : vn., b.c.
  • Je passois dans nos bois : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Un berger des plus charmants : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Non, je ne veux plus m'engager : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Paissez petits moutons : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Dans ces lieux : dessus, b.c.
  • Je me plaist quelquefois : bas-dessus, vn., b.c.
  • Passacaille : vn., b.c.
  • Ouverture des St. Maur : vn., b.c.
  • Arrestez doux printemps : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Quel bruit : dessus, vn., b.c.
  • Marche de la Gloire : vn., b.c.
  • Belle nymphe : dessus, bas-dessus, haute-contre, 2 vn., b.c.
  • Entrée de bergers et bergeres : vn., b.c.
  • Nostre douleur : dessus, vn., b.c.
  • De ces lieux pour jamais : dessus, haute-contre, basse, vn., b.c.
  • L'amour se plaisant dans nos plaines : dessus, b.c.
  • Menuet pour les hautbois : 2 hb., b.c.
  • Menuet pour les flûtes : 2 fl., b.c.
  • Ouverture de Chessy : vn., b.c.
  • Dans ces belles retraittes : haute-contre, b.c.
  • Marche : vn., b.c.
  • Petits oiseaux : dessus, b.c.
  • Air de violon : vn., b.c.
  • Sur ces rives fleuries : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Menuet : vn., b.c.
  • Menuet : vn., b.c.
  • Ritournelle : 2 vn., b.c.
  • Beaux lieux : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Dans une langueur mortelle : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Premier air de violon : vn., b.c.
  • Deuxième air de violon : vn., b.c.
  • Lorsque la première fois : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Sombres déserts : bas-dessus, vn., b.c.
  • Je cesse d'estre vostre amant : dessus, b.c.
  • Jeunes cœurs : dessus, b.c.
  • Quand sur ma musette : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Dans l'empire d'amour : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Qu'il couste cher : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Que je suis misérable : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Air de violon en rondeau : vn., b.c.
  • Iris, depuis le jour : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Ne me demandez plus, Climeine : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Petite bergere : bas-dessus, b.c.
  • Accourrez promptement : dessus, haute-contre, basse, vn., b.c.
  • Bourée : vn., b.c.
  • Sarabande : fl., vn., b.c.
  • Premiere rigodon : vn., b.c.
  • Deuxième rigodon : vn., b.c.
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Video
2 videodiscs (161 min.) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; PCM 2.0; Dolby Digital 5.1. Projection: Aspect ratio 16:9. Video: DVD video; NTSC. Digital: DVD video; region 0.
Music Library
Book
xvii, 295 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgements List of Musical Works Introduction List of Musical Figures Chapter 1: The Voices of Eve (Gen. chapters 2-3) Chapter 2: Noah and the Flood (Gen. chaps. 6-9) Chapter 3: The Abraham-Sarah Narratives (Gen. chaps. 12-22) Chapter 4: Rebecca at the Well (Gen. chap. 24) Chapter 5: Joseph and his Brothers (Gen. chaps. 37-47) Appendix of Additional Works Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780567673732 20180122
This volume examines the stories of Genesis in music, showing how musical settings can illuminate many of the Bible's most noted tales. Helen Leneman studies oratorios, operas and songs (as well as their librettos) to shed light on how Genesis has been understood and experienced over time. Examining an extensive range of musical settings of stories from the book of Genesis, Leneman offers an overview of chiefly 19th and 20th century musical engagements with this biblical text. Leneman first discusses how Eve's inner thoughts are explored by noted French composers Jules Massenet and Gabriel Faure. The text then enters the deep waters of Noah's flood in examination of several compositions, including two unusual settings by Igor Stravinsky and Benjamin Britten, as well as more conventional settings by Saint-Saens and Donizetti. Two major 19th century oratorio settings of Abraham's story by lesserknown German composers Martin Blumner and Karl Mangold provide fascinating illuminations of the Abraham narratives, whereas parts of Rebecca's story are found in works by Cesar Franck, Ferdinand Hiller, and most unusually, by a French woman composer, Celanie Carissan. Finally, Leneman shows how Joseph's story was set in numerous oratorios (including by Handel) but that one of the most important works based on his story is an opera by 18th century French composer Etienne Mehul. In addition to discussing these larger 19th century works, Leneman also examines several interesting atonal 20th century works based on the stories of Eve and the Flood, shedding new light on the history of the interpretation of the Book of Genesis.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780567673732 20180122
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Music score
1 score (xxviii, 453 pages, 10 pages of plates) : facsimiles ; 31 cm.
  • Appendix 1. Sarti's original "Eclaircissement sur la musique composée par [that is, pour] Oleg"
  • Appendix 2. Russian folk songs quoted in the score
  • Appendix 3. Cimarosa's rejected chorus.
Music Library
Book
xxx, 208 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Prologue: Into the Abyss - Batavia 2. Failure: The Establishing of Colonial Myths - Voss 3. The Bush - The Ghost Wife, Whitsunday, Fly away Peter 4. Postwar Disillusion - The Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, Cloudstreet 5. New Beginnings - Bride of Fortune, The Riders 6. Cultural Renaissance - The Eighth Wonder 7. Suburban Dreams and Nightmares - The Children's Bach, Love in the Age of Therapy, Midnight Son 8. Journey to Salvation - Lindy, Bliss 9. Silenced Voices Sing - Black River, Pecan Summer, The Rabbits.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472433275 20171218
Opera has been performed in Australia for more than two hundred years, yet none of the operas written before the Second World War have become part of the repertoire, and it is only in the late 1970s and early 1980s that there is evidence of the successful systematic production of indigenous opera. The premiere of Voss by Richard Meale and David Malouf in 1986 was a watershed in the staging and reception of new opera, and there has been a diverse series of new works staged in the last thirty years, not only by the national company, but also by thriving regional institutions. The emergence of a thriving operatic tradition in contemporary Australia is inextricably enmeshed in Australian cultural consciousness and issues of national identity. In this study of 18 representative contemporary operas, Michael Halliwell elucidates the ways in which the operas reflect and engage with the issues facing contemporary Australians. Stylistically these 18 operas vary greatly. The musical idiom is diverse, ranging from works in a modernist idiom such as The Ghost Wife, Whitsunday, Fly away Peter, Black River, Bride of Fortune, with Voss, Batavia, Bliss, Lindy, Midnight Son, The Riders, The Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, The Children's Bach being works which straddle several musical styles, to operas which draw strongly on musical theatre, such as The Eighth Wonder, Pecan Summer, The Rabbits, Cloudstreet, with Love in the Age of Therapy couched in a predominantly jazz idiom. While some of them are overtly political, all, at least tangentially, deal with recent cultural politics in Australia and offer sharply differing perspectives.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472433275 20171218
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18. Objects in space [2017]

Book
i, 298 pages ; 23 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xvii, 373 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Wechselbeziehungen zwischen Oper und Gesellschaft
  • Was trägt die etablierte Hochkultur zur Regionalentwicklung bei? Die wirtschaftliche Bedeutung von Opernhäusern / Oliver Falck, Michael Fritsch und Stephan Heblich
  • Politik, Gesellschaft und Oper im 20. Jahrhundert / Udo Bermbach
  • Gesellschaftliche Umbrüche und soziale Transformationen
  • Die Wiener Staatsoper zwischen Österreich-Ideologie und Kaltem Krieg : zur Politisierung des Wiederaufbaus des Operngebäudes, 1945-1955 / Fritz Trümpi
  • Emotionen und Konfrontationen : Saalschlachten in Oper und Konzert in Grossbritannien des 19. Jahrhunderts / Sven Oliver Müller
  • Kulturelle und soziale Rahmenbedingungen
  • Bizet, Bach und Beyoncé : Hochkulturelle Musik in grenzüberschreitenden Geschmackskombinationen / Debora Eicher und Katharina Kunissen
  • Das Kulturpublikum im städtischen Kontext : Wie sich das Publikum der Oper von anderen Kulturpublika unterscheidet / Karl-Heinz Reuband
  • Massenmedien als Vermittlungsinstanz
  • Nicht auf verlorenem Posten : Entwicklungen des Zeitungsfeuilletons und Wünsche des Opernpublikums an die Kulturberichterstattung / Gunter Reus und Lars Hardcn
  • Opernkritiker : geheime Verführer oder entfremdete Elite? Eine Inhalts- und Wirkungsanalyse von Opernrezensionen / Wolfgang Schweiger
  • Motive des Opernbesuchs und ihre soziokulturellen Prägungen
  • Wer geht warum in die Oper? Sozialstruktur und Motive des Opernbesuchs / Jörg Rössel und Michael Hoelscher
  • Der Opernbesuch als soziale Angelegenheit : zur kommunikativen Konstruktion eines 'unmöglichen Kunstwerks' / Joachim R. Höflich
  • Erwartungen an den Opernbesuch, Inszenierungsstile und Vermittlungsformen
  • Erneuerung der Oper aus dem Geist der Moderne? Das Regietheater und sein Publikum / Karl-Heinz Reuband
  • Oper für alle? Open Air-Veranstaltungen als Einstieg in das Opernerlebnis : das Beispiel der Bayerischen Staatsoper München / Jörn Hering.
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Book
1 online resource.
  • Introduction, 1. World Heritage Inscription and Social Value, 2. Social Value and Iconicity, 3. Participatory Culture and Socio-Visual Value, 4. Mediating Identity: Telling and Critiquing, 5. Mediating Experience: Making and Trading, 6. Mediating Time: Visiting and Capturing, 7. Entangled Significance: Personal Tributes, 8. Recognising Networked Significance in Heritage.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472469892 20171023
This book develops new and innovative methods for understanding the cultural significance of places such as the World Heritage listed Sydney Opera House. By connecting participatory media, visual culture and social value, Cristina Garduno Freeman contributes to a fast-growing body of scholarship on digital heritage and the popular reception of architecture. In this, her first book, she opens up a fresh perspective on heritage, as well as the ways in which people relate to architecture via participation on social media. Social media sites such as YouTube, Pinterest, Wikipedia, Facebook and Flickr, as well as others become places for people to express their connections with places, for example, the Sydney Opera House. Garduno Freeman analyses real-world examples, from souvenirs to opera-house-shaped cakes, and untangles the tangible and intangible ways in which the significance of heritage is created, disseminated and maintained. As people's encounters with World Heritage become increasingly mediated by the digital sphere there is a growing imperative for academics, professionals and policy-makers to understand the social value of significant places. This book would be beneficial to academics, students and professionals of architecture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781472469892 20171023
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