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eBook Opera and Society in Italy and France from Monteverdi to Bourdieu (Cambridge Studies in Opera) ePub

by Victoria Johnson,Jane F. Fulcher,Thomas Ertman

  • ISBN: 0521124204
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  • Author: Victoria Johnson,Jane F. Fulcher,Thomas Ertman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (December 3, 2009)
  • Pages: 440
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Series: Cambridge Studies in Opera.

Opera and Politics: From Monteverdi to Henze. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997.

Online ISBN: 9780511481734. Through a focus on opera in Italy and France, the contributors to the volume draw on their respective disciplines both to expand our knowledge of opera's history and to demonstrate the kinds of contributions that stand to be made by different disciplines to the study of opera. The volume is divided into three sections, each of which is preceded by a concise and informative introduction explaining how the chapters in that section contribute to our understanding of opera. Opera and Politics: From Monteverdi to Henze.

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Opera and society (assuming a relationship) Herbert Lindenberger; 12. Symbolic domination and contention in French music: shifting the paradigm from Adorno to Bourdieu Jane F. Fulcher; 13. Rewriting history from the losers’ point of view: French grand opera and modernity. Rewriting history from the losers’ point of view: French grand opera and modernity Antoine Hennion; Conclusion: Towards a new understanding of the history of opera? Thomas Ertman; Bibliography

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Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007. Physical description. xxxii, 406 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. Series. Cambridge studies in opera. net ACLS Humanities E-Book. Foreword Craig Calhoun- Introduction: opera and the academic turns Victoria Johnson- Part I. The Representation of Social and Political Relations in Operatic Works: Introduction to Part I Jane F. Fulcher-. 1. Venice's mythic empires: truth and verisimilitude in Venetian opera Wendy Heller-. 2. Lully's on-stage societies Rebecca Harris-Warwick

12 Symbolic domination and contestation in French music: Shifting the paradigm from Adorno to Bourdieu (Jane F. Fulcher, page 312).

12 Symbolic domination and contestation in French music: Shifting the paradigm from Adorno to Bourdieu (Jane F. 13 Rewriting history from the losers' point of view: French Grand Opera and modernity (Antoine Hennion. Translated by Sarah Boittin, page 330).

Through a focus on opera in Italy and France, the contributors to the volume draw on their respective disciplines both to expand our knowledge of opera’s history and to demonstrate the kinds of contributions that stand to be made by different disciplines to the study of opera

Through a focus on opera in Italy and France, the contributors to the volume draw on their respective disciplines both to expand our knowledge of opera’s history and to demonstrate the kinds of contributions that stand to be made by different disciplines to the study of opera.

This edited volume brings together academic specialists writing on the multi-media operatic form from a range of disciplines: comparative literature, history, sociology, and philosophy. The presence in the volume's title of Pierre Bourdieu, the leading cultural sociologist of the late twentieth century, signals the editors' intention to synthesise advances in social science with advances in musicological and other scholarship on opera. Through a focus on opera in Italy and France, the contributors to the volume draw on their respective disciplines both to expand our knowledge of opera's history and to demonstrate the kinds of contributions that stand to be made by different disciplines to the study of opera. The volume is divided into three sections, each of which is preceded by a concise and informative introduction explaining how the chapters in that section contribute to our understanding of opera.