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The Cambridge Companion to the Musical
The Cambridge Companion to the Musical.
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The Cambridge Companion to the Musical

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  • ISBN: 978-0-521-68084-4
  • Editorial: Cambridge University Press
  • Colección: The Cambridge Companion
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 24,5x17,5
  • Páginas: XV+412
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: LIBRO

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Tracing the development of the musical on both Broadway and in London's West End, this updated Companion continues to provide a broad and thorough overview of one of the liveliest and most popular forms of musical performance. Ordered chronologically, essays cover from the American musical of the nineteenth century through to the most recent productions, and the book also includes key information on singers, audience, critical reception, and traditions. All of the chapters from the first edition remain – several in substantially updated forms – and five completely new chapters have been added, covering: ethnic musicals in the United States; the European musical; Broadway musicals in revival and on television; the most recent shows; and a case study of the creation of the popular show Wicked based on interviews with its creators. The Companion also includes an extensive bibliography and photographs from key productions.

CONTENIDO:

Preface

Part I. Adaptations and Transformations: Before 1940:
1. American musical theatre before the twentieth century Katherine K. Preston
2. Non-English language musical theatre in North America John Koegel
3. Birth pangs, growing pains and sibling rivalry: musical theatre in New York, 1900–1920 Orly Leah Krasner
4. American and British operetta in the 1920s: romance, nostalgia and adventure William A. Everett
5. Images of African Americans: African-American musical theatre, Show Boat and Porgy and Bess John Graziano
6. The melody (and the words) linger on: American musical comedies of the 1920s and 1930s Geoffrey Block

Part II. Maturations and Formulations: 1940 to 1970:
7. ‘We said we wouldn’t look back’: British musical theatre, 1935–1960 John Snelson
8. The coming of the musical play: Rodgers and Hammerstein Ann Sears
9. The successors of Rodgers and Hammerstein from the 1940s to the 1960s Thomas L. Riis and Ann Sears
10. Musical sophistication on Broadway: Kurt Weill and Leonard Bernstein Bruce D. McClung and Paul R. Laird

Part III. Evolutions and Integrations: After 1970:
11. Stephen Sondheim and the musical of the outsider Jim Lovensheimer; 12. Choreographers, directors and the fully integrated musical Paul R. Laird
13. From Hair to Rent: is ‘rock’ a four-letter word on Broadway? Scott Warfield
14. The megamusical: the creation, internationalization, and impact of a genre Paul Prece and William A. Everett
15. The European musical Judith Sebesta
16. New horizons: the musical at the dawn of the twenty-first century Bud Coleman

Part IV. Legacies and Transformations:
17. Why do they start to sing and dance all of a sudden? Examining the film musical Graham Wood
18. Revisiting classic musicals: revivals, film, and television and recordings Jessica Sternfeld
19. The creation of a Broadway musical: Stephen Schwartz, Winnie Holzman, and Wicked Paul Laird.

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