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    Opera

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    Brittany Pacheco Writing 3: Opera Opera‚ starting out the Baroque period‚ stemmed from Humanism in the Renaissance era. Opera went back to wanting to make people have a emotional response to the music they were listening to through the musical devices that they used to write the music. They were becoming obsessed again with the Greek style of music however‚ they wanted to make it better and so they came up with some of their own new developments for example‚ one device they used was the stile

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    the Grand Opera

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    Name: 曹奕玲 Student No: 410116174 the Grand Opera──Faust There’s a strict definition of grand opera. According to my research‚ the theme or event of grand opera usually base on dramatic historical events. That’s the reason why I choose this opera──Faust. The introduction of Faust Faust is a grand opera in five acts by Charles Gounod to a French libretto by Jules Barbier and Micheal Carré from Carré’s play Faust et Marguerite‚ which is loosely based on Goethe’s Faust‚ Part 1. Its first debution

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    Carmen: Opera

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    “Carmen”‚ as one of the most famous operas in the world‚ has been performed many times in many different troupes. This 4-act opera represents the highest achievement of the 19th century French opera-comique. After Bizet died‚ “Carmen” finally became the classical performance canonized by the professionals and music fans. George Bizet (1838 – 1875) was a French composer and Pianist of Romantic era‚ whose the most prominent work being “Carmen”. In his young age he went to the Paris Conservatory of

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    opera essay

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    production of opera “Armide” by Opera Atelier. Marshall Pynkoski as the Director‚ David Fallis as the Conductor‚ Jeannette Lajeunesse Zingg as Choreographer‚ Gerard Gauci as Set Designer‚ Dora Rust D’Eye as Costume Designer‚ Bonnie Beecher as Lighting Designer‚ Jennifer Parr as Fight Director‚ Arwen MacDonell as Production Stage Manager‚ and Charles Di Meglio as French Diction Coach. On March 7‚ 2012‚ Mr. Kettle’s band classes had the honor to experience a one-day workshop at the Opera Atelier. I have

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    Baroque Opera

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    | Development of the Baroque Italian Opera | Vanessa Phillips | | ID # 100114020 | 11/1/2012 | | Development of the Baroque Italian Opera The word "baroque" comes from the Italian word "barocco" which means bizarre. This word was first used to describe the style of architecture mainly in Italy during the 17th and 18th century. Later on the word baroque was used to describe the music styles of the 1600s to the 1700s. The Baroque period was a time when composers experimented with

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    Opera History

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    MUS HIST 3300/5300 Opera History Spring 2013 Terms and concepts for Midterm For the following terms and concepts from lectures and the assigned chapters in Grout & Williams: please be able to: 1) give a brief definition of each term‚ and 2) relate each term to the repertoire that we have studied Terms‚ by Week/Grout & Williams Chapter: Week 1/Chapter 3-4 Court opera Intermedio Monody (accompanied monody) Giulio Caccini. Le nuove musiche; “recitar cantando‚ cantar recitando”

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    Opera Carmen

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    OPERA CARMEN The Story of Georges Bizet’s Famous Opera The scene of Carmen takes place in Seville‚ Spain during the mid 19th century. Main Characters of Carmen Carmen (soprano) Don Jose (tenor) El Dancairo (baritone) El Remendado (tenor) Escamillo (baritone) Frasquita (mezzo-soprano) Mercedes (mezzo-soprano) Micaela (soprano) Morales (bass) Zuniga (bass) Carmen - is an opera in four acts by the French composer Georges Bizet. The libretto was written by Henri Meilhac

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    According to R. Wagner opera does not mean so much a musical work‚ as a musical‚ poetical‚ and spectacular work all at once; opera is the work par excellence‚ to the production of which all the arts are necessary (Sutherland‚ 1). " Opera starts not with music but with its literary source (story or plot)‚ whether it be history‚ biography‚ fiction‚ or mythology in the form of poem‚ play‚ drama‚ novel‚ or original libretto"(Knapp 6). Opera is a combination of mangled drama‚ the singers‚ the music

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    Opera Music

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    Listening to an opera is one of the most interesting classical music performances you could see live. This 90 minute opera I seen was played on Tuesday‚ November 13‚ 2012 and performed at 8 p.m. The name play was Wozzeck by Alben Burg and performed by the Philharmonic Ocrhestra. At the opera the person who was suppose to be the doctor was ill so Kevin Beurdette took Tijil Faveyls place. The people that attended the concert varied‚ some people were older and other people were young. The type of class

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    Music: Opera Terminology

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    Opera in the Classical Era What is Opera? 1. A dramatic work. This usually contains one or more acts‚ set to music for singers and instrumentalists. 2. Opera falls under the genre of Classical music 3. Opera is like a play where rather than speaking lines‚ they are sang. It contains music‚ costumes and a story. History - Opera first began in the 1600’s (The Baroque Era) -Nobles‚ poets and composers began to meet together in Florence‚ Italy around 1575. This group was called the "Camerata

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