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Inventing the Business of Opera

The Impresario and His World in Seventeenth Century Venice

by Beth Glixon

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genres & Styles - Opera,
  • History & Criticism - General,
  • Music / Opera,
  • Music : History & Criticism - General,
  • Europe - Italy,
  • Music,
  • Music/Songbooks

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10135421M
    ISBN 100195342976
    ISBN 109780195342970
    OCLC/WorldCa243613224


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Inventing the Business of Opera explores public opera in its infancy, from towhen theater owners and impresarios established Venice as the operatic capital of Europe.

Drawing on extensive new documentation, the book studies all Inventing the Business of Opera book the components necessary to opera production, from the financial backing of various populations of Cited by: 1.

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Inventing the Business of Opera The Impresario and His World in Seventeenth Century Venice Beth Glixon and Jonathan Glixon AMS Studies in Music. A volume in the prestigious AMS Studies in Music series; Narrates an important period in the history of opera from the point of view of an entrepreneur who backed the productions.

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Book. Inventing the Business of Opera Jonathan Glixon and Beth Glixon. Inventing the Business of Opera explores public opera in its infancy, bringing to life the men and women who successfully established the new genre on the stages of Venice during the seventeenth All of the components necessary to opera production are highlighted, from the financial backing, to the libretto and the score, to the singers, dancers.

The systems they created still survive, in part, today. Inventing the Business of Opera explores public opera in its infancy, from towhen theater owners and impresarios established Venice as the operatic capital of Europe.

Drawing on extensive new documentation, the book studies all of the components necessary to opera production. Description - Inventing the Business of Opera by Beth Glixon In mid seventeenth-century Venice, opera first emerged from courts and private drawing rooms to become a form of public entertainment.

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