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xviii, 246 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword Lord Trevor Smith Introduction Colin Holmes and Anne J Kershen 1. From East End 1888 to East End 2008: A Journey in the Life of an Inner London Borough Anne J Kershen Part 1: Politics 2. Anarchism, Jews, Relief - and Photography? Behind the Lens and behind the Scenes, 1892-1946 Michael Berkowitz 3. The Jewish Health Organisation of Great Britain in the East End, 1923-1946 Todd Endelman 4. The East End and the Moral Foundations of Bill Fishman's Libertarian Socialism Wayne Parsons Part 2: Anti-Alienism/Anti-Semitism and War 5. The Reubens Brothers: Jews, Crime and the East London Connection, 1887-1911 Colin Holmes 6. Jews and Bombs: The Making of a Metropolitan Myth, 1916-1945 Jerry White 7. Winning the Battle, But What About the War? Cable Street in Context Daniel Tilles Part 3: Culture and Society 8. Whitechapel's Yiddish Opera House: The Rise and Fall of the Feinman Yiddish People's Threatre David Mazower 9. The Metropolitan Rhythm of Street Life: A Socio-spatial Analysis of Synagogues and Churches in Nineteenth Century Whitechapel Laura Vaughan and Kerstin Sailer 10. Doing the East End Walk, Oi! Heritage, Ownership and Belonging Tony Kushner Afterword Colin Holmes and Anne J Kershen.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138186040 20171017
An East End Legacy is a memorial volume for William J Fishman, whose seminal works on the East End of London in the late nineteenth century have served as a vital starting point for much of the later work on the various complex web of relations in that quarter of the capital. A variety of leading scholars utilise the insight of Fishman's work to present a wide range of insights into the historical characters and events of the East End. The book's themes include local politics; anti-alienism, anti-Semitism and war; and culture and society. In pursuing these topics, the volume examines in great depth the social, political, religious and cultural changes that have taken place in the area over the past 120 years, many of which remain both significant and relevant. In addition, it illustrates East London's links with other parts of the world including Europe and America and those territories "beyond the oceans." This book will prove valuable reading for researchers and readers interested in Victorian and twentieth century British history, politics and culture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138186040 20171017
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Book
xxxiii, 600 pages : color illustrations, music ; 29 cm
  • PrefacePart I Elements1. Sound: Pitch, Dynamics, and Tone Color2. Performing Media: Voices and Instruments3. Rhythm4. Music Notation5. Melody6. Harmony7. Key8. Musical Texture9. Musical Form10. Performance 11. Musical StylePart II The Middle Ages1. Music In The Middle Ages (450-1450)2. Gregorian Chant3. Secular Music in the Midde Ages4. The Development of Polyphony: Organum5. Fourteenth -Century Music: The "New Art" in Italy and FrancePart III The Renaissance 1. Music in the Renaissance (1450 - 1600) 2. Sacred Music in the Renaissance 3. Secular Music in the Renaissance 4. The Venetian School: From Renaissance to BaroquePart IV The Baroque Period1. Baroque Music (1600-1750)2. Music In Baroque Society3. The Concerto Grosso And Ritornello Form4. The Fugue5. The Elements Of Opera6. Opera In The Baroque Era7. Claudio Monteverdi8. Henry Purcell9. The Baroque Sonata10. Arcangelo Corelli11. Antonio Vivaldi12. Johann Sebastian Bach13. The Baroque Suite14. The Chorale And Church Cantata15. The Oratorio16. George Frideric HandelPart V The Classical Period1. The Classical Style (1750-1820)2. Composer, Patron, And Public In The Classical Period3. Sonata Form4. Theme And Variations5. Minuet And Trio6. Rondo7. The Classical Symphony8. The Classical Concerto9. Classical Chamber Music10. Joseph Hadyn11. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart12. Ludwig Van BeethovenPart VI The Romantic Period1. Romanticism In Music (1820-1900)2. Romantic Composers And Their Public3. The Art Song4. Franz Schubert5. Robert Schumann 6. Clara Wieck Schumann7. Frederic Chopin8. Franz Liszt9. Felix Mendelssohn10. Program Music11. Hector Berlioz12. Nationalism In Nineteenth-Century Music13. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky14. Bed rich Smetana15. Antonin Dvorak16. Johannes Brahms 17. Georges Bizet18. Giuseppe Verdi19. Giacomo Puccini20. Richard Wagner 21. Gustav MahlerPart VII The Twentieth Century1. Musical Styles: 1900-19452. Music and Musicians in Society since 19003. Impressionism and Symbolism4. Claude Debussy5. Maurice Ravel6. Neoclassicism7. Igor Stravinsky8. Expressionism9. Arnold Schoenberg10. Alban Berg11. Anton Webern12. Bela Bartok13. Dmitri Shostakovich14. Music in America15. Charles Ives16. George Gershwin17. William Grant Still18. Aaron Copland19. Albert Ginestera20. Musical Styles Since 194521. Music Since 1945: Five Representative PiecesPart VIII Jazz1. Jazz Styles 2. Ragtime 3. Blue 4. New Orleans Style 5. Swing 6. Bebop 7. Jazz Styles since 1950Part IX Music for Stage and Screen1. Musical Theater 2. Leonard Bernstein 3. Music in Film Part X Rock1. Rock Styles 2. Rock in American Society 3. The BeatlesPart XI Nonwestern Music1. Music in Nonwestern Cultures2. Music In Sub-Saharan Africa3. Classical Music Of India 4. Koto Music of Japan AppendixesGlossaryAcknowledgmentsPhoto CreditsIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781259892707 20170410
McGraw-Hill is revolutionizing the Music Appreciation course by introducing its first personalized digital learning experience with Roger Kamien's Music: An Appreciation. Using this market-leading instrument that brings great music to the course in more ways than ever before, students are now transformed into active participants in the Music Appreciation space. The result is active listening, active reading, and active learning. Connect is the only integrated learning system that empowers students by continuously adapting to deliver precisely what they need, when they need it, so that your class time is more engaging and effective. It provides tools that make assessment easier, learning more engaging, and studying more efficient.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781259892707 20170410
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Book
240 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm
  • Grussworte
  • Burkhard Jung
  • Rolf Bolwin
  • Vorwort
  • Prof. Ulf Schirmer
  • Einleitung
  • Hagen Kunze
  • "Ohne Grosse Mittel zur Vollkommensten Zufriedenheit" 1817-1917 / Stephan Wünsche
  • Überblick
  • Leipzig 1817 : die Zeit ist reif
  • Gründung des Theaterchors und Chorpraxis an Leipziger Theatern vor 1817
  • Literatur- und Quellenschau : Was weiss man über den Leipziger Opernchor : und was kann man wissen?
  • Wachstum ohne Ende? Entwicklung der Mitgliederzahlen und Identifikation der Chorleiter
  • Fragmente zu Chorleistungen und besonderen Aufführungen
  • Chorgagen am Existenzminimum und Benefizkonzerte gegen die grösste Not
  • Kampf um bessere Arbeitsbedingungen und soziale Absicherung : Gewerkschaftliche Strukturen und Chorpensionsfonds
  • Zwischenfazit
  • "Nicht Nur Singen, Sondern Auch Noch Herumspringen" 1917-2017 / Hagen Kunze
  • Historie der Meilensteine
  • Kriegsende und Demokratisierung
  • "Gleiche Gage für gleiche Arbeit"
  • Die Inflation und ihre Folgen
  • Kampf um die Alterssicherung
  • Endzeit der Weimarer Republik
  • Zwölf Jahre und die Katastrophe
  • Der Neuanfang im "Dreilinden"
  • Neues Haus, neuer Chordirektor
  • "Leipziger Modell" ohne Wiederholung
  • Eine Trennung mit Schmerzen
  • Von Leipzig aus in alle Welt
  • Interviews
  • Andreas Pieske
  • Peter Konwitschny
  • Wolfram Protze
  • Alessandro Zuppardo
  • Chormitglieder
  • Anhang
  • Chordirektoren
  • Diskografie
  • Literaturverzeichnis
  • Archivquellen
  • Personenregister
  • Impressum, Bildnachweis.
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Music score
1 score (iv, 42 pages) ; 32 cm.
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Music score
1 vocal score (91 pages) ; 30 cm.
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Music score
1 score (11 pages) ; 31 cm.
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Book
366 pages : illustrations, music ; 24 cm.
  • Geleitwort, Foreword
  • Einleitung, Introduction
  • Agostino Steffani als Komponist, Steffani as Composer
  • Steffani and his Church Music / Colin Timms
  • Spurensuche : Agostino Steffanis vokale Kammermusik in Rom / Berthold Over
  • Agostino Steffani und die Oper in Deutschland / Reinhard Strohm
  • Agostino Steffani and the French Style / Graham Sadler
  • Musik und Musikerpersonal am Hof von Hannover, Music and Musicians at the Hanover Court
  • Simulatio und dissimulatio : Agostino Steffanis La superbia d'Alessandro im Spiegel der höfisch-politischen Klugheitslehren / Nicole K. Strohmann
  • Opera for the House of Brunswick-Lüneburg : Italian Singers at the Hanover Court / Helen Coffey
  • Steffani's Italian Opera Singers in Hanover : Recruitment and Vocal Style / Matthew Gardner
  • Die Situation der Musiker an den Welfenhöfen Wolfenbüttel, Braunschweig und Bevern / Reinmar Emans
  • Steffani als Diplomat und Bischof, Steffani as Diplomat and Bishop
  • "Unser Envoyé extraordinaire am kurbayerischen Hofe" : der Diplomat Agostino Steffani / Claudia Kaufold
  • Zwei Steffani-Studien : Ergänzungen zu Biographie und Werk von Agostino Steffani / Rashid-S. Pegah
  • Agostino Steffani : Priester und Bischof / Michael F. Feldkamp
  • Die Reichskirche im Nordwesten um 1700 : Bedingungen für die Tätigkeit Agostino Steffanis als Weihbischof in Münster und Paderborn / Bettina Braun
  • Agostino Steffani als Apostolischer Vikar des Nordens : Grenzen und Möglichkeiten seines Amtes / Hans-Georg Aschoff
  • "Il gran negotio" : die theatralischen Konversionsprojekte von Agostino Steffani / Margherita Palumbo
  • Musiktheorie, Rezeption und Nachwirkung, Music theory, reception and influence
  • "Auch der Zitherspieler wird verlacht, wenn er immer auf derselben Saite spielt." zur Bedeutung von Musik und Musikmetaphorik bei G. W. Leibniz / Michael Kempe
  • The contest of reason versus the senses : Steffani's Quanta certezza and German Musical Thought / Stephen Rose
  • Agostino Steffanis Hannoveraner Opern als dramaturgische Modelle für deutsche Komponisten : Zwei Fallbeispiele / Hansjörg Drauschke
  • Steffanis Rezitativ : ein Modell für deutsche Komponisten? / Wolfgang Hirschmann
  • Steffani's Hanover Operas as Handel Sources / John H. Roberts
  • Autoren, Authors
  • Register, Index.
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Music score
1 score (xvii, 295 pages) : some illustrations
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Book
1 online resource : digital, PDF file(s).
  • Introduction-- 1. Bush as modernist: material and performance-- 2. Bush as activist: the idea of workers' music-- 3. Bush as outsider: music and communism in wartime-- 4. Building in the rubble: the winter journey and Lidice-- 5. Bush as Stalinist: the year 1948-- 6. Bush and the self: Wat Tyler's rituals of becoming-- 7. Bush and East Germany: opera, sex, and the communist body.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107033368 20170814
The first major study of Alan Bush, this book provides new perspectives on twentieth-century music and communism. British communist, composer of politicised works, and friend of Soviet musicians, Bush proved to be 'a lightning rod' in the national musical culture. His radical vision for British music prompted serious reflections on aesthetics and the rights of artists to private political opinions, as well as influencing the development of state-sponsored music making in East Germany. Rejecting previous characterisations of Bush as political and musical Other, Joanna Bullivant traces his aesthetic project from its origins in the 1920s to its collapse in the 1970s, incorporating discussion of modernism, political song, music theory, opera, and Bush's response to the Soviet music crisis of 1948. Drawing on a wealth of archival sources, including recently released documents from MI5, this book constructs new perspectives on the 'cultural Cold War' through the lens of the individual artist.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107033368 20170814
Book
xvii, 150 pages ; 22 cm
  • 1. Entrance: The Spies of Jericho 2. Discipline and Listen Before the Wiretap Overhearing and Diaphony, A Small History of Big Ears (Toward the Panacousticon) Mastery and Metrics in Figaro The Ages of Fear Telelistening and Telesurveillance A Secret Conversation 3. Underground Passage: The Mole in Its Burrow 4. In the Footsteps of Orpheus The Trackers, with Hidden Noise The Mortal Ear, or Orpheus Turns Around On the Phone: Papageno at Mabuse's The Phantom of the Opera Wozzeck at the Moment of His Death Adorno, the Informer 5. Exit: J.D.'s Dream Notes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780823273966 20170213
The world of international politics has recently been rocked by a seemingly endless series of scandals involving auditory surveillance: the NSA's warrantless wiretapping is merely the most sensational example of what appears to be a universal practice today. What is the source of this generalized principle of eavesdropping? All Ears: The Aesthetics of Espionage traces the long history of moles from the Bible, through Jeremy Bentham's "panacoustic" project, all the way to the intelligence-gathering network called "Echelon." Together with this archeology of auditory surveillance, Szendy offers an engaging account of spycraft's representations in literature (Sophocles, Shakespeare, Joyce, Kafka, Borges), opera (Monteverdi, Mozart, Berg), and film (Lang, Hitchcock, Coppola, De Palma). Following in the footsteps of Orpheus, the book proposes a new concept of "overhearing" that connects the act of spying to an excessive intensification of listening. At the heart of listening Szendy locates the ear of the Other that manifests itself as the originary division of a "split-hearing" that turns the drive for mastery and surveillance into the death drive.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780823273966 20170213
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Music recording
1 audio disc : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical. Digital: audio file; CD audio.
  • La fida ninfa, RV 714. Alma oppressa (5:24) ; Andromeda liberata, serenata veneziana, RV Ahn. 117. Sovvente il sole (8:11) ; Armida al campo d'Egitto, RV 699. Sinfonia (4:37) / Antonio Vivaldi
  • Ariodante, HWV 33. Con l'ali di costanza (6:51) ; Rinaldo, HWV 7. Lascia ch'io pianga (4:24) ; Imeneo, HWV 41. Se potessero i sospir' miei (6:03) / George Frideric Handel
  • L'incoronazione di Dario, RV 719. Sinfonia (5:18) ; La fida ninfa, RV 714. Dite oime! Ditelo al fine (2:42) / Antonio Vivaldi
  • Ariodante, HWV 33. Qui d'amor nel suo linguaggio (2:17) ; Giulio Cesare, HWV 17. Cara speme questo core tu cominci a lusingar (4:34) ; Lotario, HWV 26. Ouverture : Gavotta (a tempo ordinario) (2:06) ; Arianna in creta, HWV 32. Salda quercia in erta blaza (5:37) / George Frideric Handel.
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13. Almost There [2015]

Video
1 online resource (streaming video file) (94 minutes) : digital, .flv file, sound
For many, Peter Anton’s house embodies an end-of-life nightmare: the utility companies long ago shut off the heat and electricity, the floorboards are rotting, and the detritus of a chaotic life is precariously stacked to the ceiling. But for the filmmakers Dan Rybicky and Aaron Wickenden, Anton’s home is a treasure trove, a startling collection of unseen and fascinating paintings, drawings, and notebooks, not to mention Anton himself, a character worthy of his own reality TV show. Though aging, infirm, cranky, and solitary, Anton also is funny and utterly resilient. the film's remarkable journey follows a gifted artist through startling twists and turns. By its quietly satisfying ending, Almost There has provided enough human drama for a season of soap operas, plus insights into mental illness, aging in America, and the redemptive power of art.
Book
xii, 492 pages ; 23 cm.
  • I. Reassessing Chican@ and Latin@ speculative aesthetics. The emancipatory power of the imaginary: defining Chican@ and Latin@ speculative productions / William A. Calvo-Quirós
  • Recovering Gloria Anzaldúa's sci-fi roots: Nepantler@ visions in the unpublished and published speculative precursors to Borderlands / Susana Ramírez
  • Reading Jaime Hernandez's comics as speculative fiction / Shelley Streeby
  • Chicana/o cyberpunk after el movimiento / Lysa Rivera.
  • II. Cyborgs, networks, and posthumanism. From code to codes: tricksterizing the digital divide in Ernest Hogan's Smoking Mirror Blues / Daoine S. Bachran
  • Contrapuntal cyborgs? the ideological limits and revolutionary potential of Latin@ science fiction / B. V. Olguín
  • Machete don't text: from genre testualities to media networks in Machete / William Orchard
  • Girl in a coma tweets Chicanafuturism: decolonial visions, social media, and archivista praxis / Michelle Habell-Pallán.
  • III. Latin@ horror and the politics of monstrosity. #rapetreesarereal: Chican@futurism and hybriding horror in Christopher Carmona's "Strange Leaves" / Cynthia Saldivar
  • Contesting monstrosity in horror genres: Chicana feminist mappings of de la Peña's "Refugio" and Hamilton's Anita Blake, vampire hunter series / Luz María Gordillo
  • Colonial pasts, utopian futures: creative and critical reflections on the monstrous as salvific / Linda Heidenreich.
  • IV. From the dystopic to the utopic. The future of food? Indigenous knowledges and sustainable food systems in Latin@ speculative fiction / Gabriela Nuñez
  • Narrating the right to health: speculative genre in Morales's The Rag Doll Plagues / Andrew Uzendoski
  • "Waking the Sleeping Giant": mestizaje, ideology, and the postcyberpunk poetics of Carlos Miralejos's Texas 2077 José R. Flores
  • Engineering Afro-Latina and Mexican immigrant heroines: biopolitics in Borderlands speculative literature and film / Isabel Millán
  • Decolonizing the future today: speculative testimonios and nepantlers futurisms in student activism at the University of California, Davis / Natalia Deeb-Sossa adn Susy J. Zepeda.
  • V. Charting the Chican@ futurist visual art. Juventino Aranda and Chican@futurism / Margarita E. Pignataro
  • For those seeking signs of intelligent life: Xicana chronicles ofthe original alien ancestors / Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez
  • The mission manifesto: project MASA / Luis Valderas
  • (Trans)Mission possible: the coloniality of gender, speculative rasquachismo, and altermundos in Luis Valdera's Chican@futurist visual art / Cathryn Josefina Merla-Watson
  • Mundos alternos: a skylab for speculative curation / Robb Hernández.
  • VI. Latin@ literary altermundos and multiverses. Intimations of infinite entanglement: notes toward a prolegomena for any future: repudiatroy postscript to the farthest home is in an empire of fire / John Phillip Santos
  • Becoming Nawli: utopian dreaming at the end of the world / Cordelia E. Barrera
  • Chicanonautica manifesto / Ernest Hogan
  • Flying saucers in the barrio: forty years ago, Chicano students in Crystal City created a Bowie-inspired speculative rock opera / Gregg Barrios
  • Sexy cyborg cholo clownz / Joe Jiménez
  • The canción cannibal cabaret: a post-apocalyptic anarcha-feminist revolutionary punk rock musical / Amalia Ortiz
  • Rewrite the future! Notes on editing Latin@ Rising: an anthology of Latin@ science fiction and fantasy / Mattew David Goodwin.
Speculative fiction-encompassing both science fiction and fantasy-has emerged as a dynamic field within Chicana/o and Latina/o studies, producing new critical vocabularies and approaches to topics that include colonialism and modernity, immigration and globalization, race and gender. As the first collection engaging Chicana/o and Latina/o speculative cultural production, Altermundos: Latin@ Speculative Literature, Film, and Popular Culture provides a comprehensive alternative to the view of speculative fiction as a largely white, male, Eurocentric, and heteronormative genre. It features original essays from more than twenty-five scholars as well as interviews, manifestos, short fiction, and new works from Chicana/o and Latina/o artists.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780895511638 20170703
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Book
xix, 351 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
  • Preface xi A Note on References and Bibliography xvii Introduction 1 A White Canvas 1 Where, When, and What Was America? 7 European Exchanges 9 Transatlantic Connections 13 America's Place on the Risorgimento's Map 16 Literary Tropes 25 Explaining America 31 Pamphlets, Not Muskets 37 Singing and Dancing America 40 1 America as History 42 Fratricide and Civil War 42 Histories and the Politics of Reception: Carlo Botta 46 History, Literature, and the "Erotics of Art" 56 Botta's Federalism of Nation-States 59 Transatlantic Botta 60 Carlo Giuseppe Londonio and the American Revolution 62 America and Universal History: Giuseppe Compagnoni 66 Historiography as Political Thought 73 2 Concepts in the Language of Politics 78 Political Ideas and National Character 78 Natural Rights and Constitutional Government 80 Luigi Angeloni and Jacobin Americanism 85 Representation in Transnational Perspective: Romagnosi and Balbo 87 Democratic Challenges and the Limits of Italian Anglophilia 93 Federalism 97 Gioberti's Federalism, or "Britain, the Sicily of Europe" 100 Rosmini and the Limits of American Democracy 103 Mazzini's Challenge: Democracy beyond the American Way 108 Democratic Diversions from Mazzini 112 3 A Model Republic? The United States in the Italian Revolutions of 1848 114 An Age of Constitutions: From 1820 to 1848 114 Carlo Cattaneo and the Revolution in Lombardy 121 Cattaneo's Understanding of American Democracy 130 Giuseppe Montanelli and Federal Democracy in Tuscany 138 Independence and Constitutional Models in Sicily 146 From Defeat to Annexation 160 4 Unveiling Modernity: Verdi's America and the Unification of Italy 163 Murder in Boston, Parma, and Paris 163 Un ballo and the Unification of Italy 167 Staging the New World 169 Un ballo, from Rome to the World 172 Reading Un ballo in maschera 175 Verdi's America 177 Turning Gustavo into Riccardo 185 Virgil in America 191 Verdi and "il suo tempo" 193 Lincoln's Un ballo 195 5 A War for Uncle Tom: Slavery and the American Civil War in Italy 199 "Of the Foul Blood of Negroes" 199 Slavery in Italian Political Thought 200 Slavery on Stage 206 Reading Uncle Tom 210 Italian Unification and the American Civil War 215 From Subject Nation to International Arbitrator 221 Conclusions 225 Notes 233 Bibliography 293 Index 333.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691164854 20170731
America in Italy examines the influence of the American political experience on the imagination of Italian political thinkers between the late eighteenth century and the unification of Italy in the 1860s. Axel Korner shows how Italian political thought was shaped by debates about the American Revolution and the U.S. Constitution, but he focuses on the important distinction that while European interest in developments across the Atlantic was keen, this attention was not blind admiration. Rather, America became a sounding board for the critical assessment of societal changes at home. Many Italians did not think the United States had lessons to teach them and often concluded that life across the Atlantic was not just different but in many respects also objectionable. In America, utopia and dystopia seemed to live side by side, and Italian references to the United States were frequently in support of progressive or reactionary causes. Political thinkers including Cesare Balbo, Carlo Cattaneo, Giuseppe Mazzini, and Antonio Rosmini used the United States to shed light on the course of their nation's political resurgence. Concepts from Montesquieu, Rousseau, and Vico served to evaluate what Italians discovered about America. Ideas about American "domestic manners" were reflected and conveyed through works of ballet, literature, opera, and satire. Transcending boundaries between intellectual and cultural history, America in Italy is the first book-length examination of the influence of America's political formation on modern Italian political thought.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691164854 20170731
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262 pages ; 21 cm
"Sen-nen ? prénom japonais dont la signification ne se révélera que tardivement ? est marié à Mathilde, une Française. Ancien professeur de littérature française dans une université à Tokyo, Sen-nen vit désormais à Paris avec sa femme, atteinte d'une grave maladie qui l'oblige à garder la chambre. Tous deux mélomanes, ils se sont connus lors d'un stage de musique en France. Bien avant cela, à Paris, Sen-nen avait fait la rencontre capitale d'une cantatrice, Clémence, qui chantait Suzanne dans Les Noces de Figaro. Ébloui, il avait assisté à toutes les représentations et s'était lié d'amitié avec elle. Des années plus tard, alors qu'il l'a perdue de vue, il reçoit un message de Clémence : Les Noces sont redonnées à l'Opéra, dans la mise en scène originelle qu'elle est chargée de superviser. Mathilde laisse son mari aller à la rencontre du passé, pour une longue conversation dans laquelle la musique et l'amour tiendront une place centrale."--Page 4 of cover.
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Book
xxxiii, 104 pages, 16 pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
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Book
136 pages ; 21 cm
  • Prolog
  • Die Hochzeit des Figaro : Risiko
  • Versuchung
  • Verirrung
  • Vergebung
  • Intermezzo
  • Don Giovanni : Angst
  • Höllenfahrt
  • Verführung
  • Zerstörung
  • Intermezzo
  • Così fan tutte : Liebe
  • Prüfung
  • Illusionen
  • Hoffnung
  • Epilog
  • Zitierte und weiterführende Literatur
  • Dank.
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Music score
1 score (2 volumes (lviii, 944 pages)) : illustrations ; 37 cm.
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Music score
1 full score (69 pages) ; 31 cm.
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