Author: Christian Friederich Schwan,Christian Friedrich Lichtenberg,Josef Franz von Göz,Johann Gottlieb Stephanie,Leopold von Auenbrugger,Thomas Bauman
Language: English German
Publisher: Garland (March 1, 1986)
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German Opera 1770-1800, a Collection of Facsimiles of Printed and Manuscript Full Scores: Librettos .
ISBN 9780824088705 (978-0-8240-8870-5) Hardcover, Garland, 1986. Coauthors & Alternates.
Ger Opera Librettos IV book. German Opera/Der Kaufmann Von do Und Blandine/Der Spigel Von Arkadien/Der Rauchfangkebrer (German opera 1770-1800). 0824088700 (ISBN13: 9780824088705).
Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1 July 1742 – 24 February 1799) was a German physicist, satirist, and Anglophile. As a scientist, he was the first to hold a professorship explicitly dedicated to experimental physics in Germany. He is remembered for his. He is remembered for his posthumously published notebooks, which he himself called Sudelbücher, a description modelled on the English bookkeeping term "scrapbooks", and for his discovery of tree-like electrical discharge patterns now called Lichtenberg figures.
Leopold von Ranke, leading German historian of the 19th century, whose scholarly method and way of teaching (he was the first to establish a historical seminar) had a great influence on Western historiography. He was ennobled (with the addition of von to his name) in 1865. Ranke was born into a.
Christie's South Kensington auction of Fine Printed Books and Manuscripts on 19th June comprises over 450 lots of an extremely diverse nature. Two major collections of completely different pedigree dominate the sale. From medieval illuminated manuscripts through to 20th-century Russian avant-garde books, virtually every book-collecting area is represented. The first is the property of a Middle-Eastern collector.
The most comprehensive one-volume collection of unabridged opera lyrics ever published. The selections run the gamut from Ludwig van Beethoven's Fidelio through Carl Maria von Weber's Euryanthe, with scores of stories in between. It features virtually all of the operas that are being performed in the foremost opera houses and concert halls today. To enrich the experience. In addition to the word-for-word libretti, a brief précis of each plot is also provided.
ditions Libretto, Paris (Paris, France).
The first Italian opera was Jacopo Peri's Dafne of 1598. The new opera house opened with a performance of Johann Theile's Der erschaffene, gefallene und aufgerichtete Mensch, based on the story of Adam and Eve. The theatre, however, would come to be dominated by the works of Reinhard Keiser, an enormously prolific composer who wrote over a hundred operas, sixty of them for Hamburg. The fairy tale collections of the Brothers Grimm and the rediscovered Medieval German epic the Nibelungenlied were major sources of inspiration for the movement.