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Rossini after Rossini: Musical and Social Legacy
Rossini after Rossini: Musical and Social Legacy.
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Rossini after Rossini: Musical and Social Legacy

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-58820-9
  • Editorial: Brepols Publishers
  • Encuadernación: Cartoné
  • Formato: 21x26
  • Páginas: 436
  • Idiomas: Varia (Inglés/Italiano/Franc.)
  • Tipo: LIBRO

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This volume reflects on Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868) and the international reception of his work 150 years after his death. Rossini was the most influential opera composer of the first half of the 19th century. His exceptional position in contemporary cultural life and the international success of his works meant that monuments were erected during his lifetime and biographies, novels and plays about him appeared. The volume explores his literary reception and the dissemination of his operas in the 19th and 20th centuries in various countries, focusing in particular on stylistic and compositional legacy, the theory and practice of operatic singing, treatises and biographical memoires, and Rossini’s position in politics, society and public opinion. Translations and adaptations of Rossini’s libretti are analyzed with regard to their functions within in the performances in different cultures and languages. Several chapters address the influence of Rossini and his music on other composers such as Giacomo Meyerbeer, Ottorino Respighi and Ferruccio Busoni. The fame that once surrounded Rossini, however, has been lost in the course of time, and many of his works fell into oblivion. The last section of the volume sheds new light on the so-called ‘Rossini Renaissance’, the revival of his works in the second half of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st centuries.

CONTENIDO:

Preface (Arnold Jacobshagen)

Rossini’s literary reception
-The Appreciation of Rossini: Two Phases (Jehoash Hirshberg)
-Final Curtain: Commemorating Gioachino Rossini (Arnold Jacobshagen)
-Ricezione di Rossini nella stampa musicale internazionale tra il 1868 e il 1918 (Matthieu Cailliez)
-"Dominio del genio" versus "agilità dell’estro": Giuseppe Rovani di fronte a Gioachino Rossini (Renato Ricco)
-"Rossini" de René Fauchois (1920), ou quand le compositeur monte sur scène (Stéphane Lelièvre)

Rossini on the International Stage
-"Zelmira", un’opera da esportazione? (Paolo Fabbri)
-Singing Bodies: The Visual Metamorphosis of Rossini’s Arnold from "Canto di grazia" to "Belting" (Marco Beghelli)
-Rossini in the Grand Duchy of Finland: A Review of Public Reception in the 19th Century (Vesa Kurkela, Markus Mantere)
-Rossini and Poland: Libretto Translations and Presence in Polish Theatres in the Past and Today (Agnieszka Muszynska-Andrejczyk)
-Rossini on the Musical Stage in Zagreb (1850-1880): Repertoire and Reception (Vjera Katalinic)
-Rossini en español, la transformación de ópera en zarzuela (Miguel Angel Ríos Muñoz)
-"Resilience" rossiniana nel furore wagneriano a Madrid (1875-1910) (Víctor Sánchez Sánchez)

Rossinian Influence on Other Musicians
-Rossini: un (post)moderno? Dal classicismo al neoclassicismo. Il potenziale rossiniano nell’estetica musicale neoclassica: il potenziale neoclassico nell’opera buffa rossiniana
Maria Birbili, Rossini in Meyerbeer (Tom Me'barki)
-"Oh! It’s a Great Thing to be Rossini": Verdi from the "Sinfonia in Do" to "Un giorno di regno" (Federico Gon)
-"Gamme chinoise" as Rossinian Notion (John Lam Chun-fai)
-"Hovering Above Profundity with Smiling Lightness": Lines of Affinity between the Aesthetics of Ferruccio Busoni and the Comic Theatre of Rossini (Roberto Scoccimarro)

Rossini Renaissance
-"Rossini’s Rosina Resists the Test of Time": A 20th-century Spanish Soprano Generation Focused on "Il barbiere di Siviglia" (Zoila Martínez Beltrán)
-La riscoperta del "Turco in Italia". Dal Teatro Eliseo al Teatro alla Scala (Olga Jesurum)
-The Revival of Rossini and His Critical Reception in Italy between 1950 and 1960 (Marco Pollaci)
-"Il viaggio a Reims": The Cult Opera of the Rossini Renaissance (Reto Müller)
-Beyond the Renaissance: Rossini Today (Arnold Jacobshagen)