Music and Theatre: Essays in Honour of Winton Dean
Winton Dean, Nigel Fortune
Cambridge University Press, 1987 - Music - 389 pages
Philip Radcliffe, Winton Dean -- Curtis A. Price, Political allegory in late-seventeenth-century English opera -- Brian Trowell Acis, Galatea and Polyphemus: a 'serenata a tre voci'? --Colin Timms, George I's venetian palace and theatre boxes in the 1720s--Reinhard Strohm, Vivaldi's and Handel's settings of Giustino-- John H. Roberts, Handel and Charles Jennens's Italian opera manuscripts-- Anthony Hicks, Handel, Jennens and Saul: aspects of a collaboration -- David Charlton, 'L'art dramatico-musical': an essay -- Julian Budden, Mendelssohn's operas John Warrack 10. Wagnerian tendencies in Italian opera -- John Tyrrell, The cathartic slow waltz and other finale conventions in Janácek's operas -- Philip Brett, Grimes and Lucretia -- Stephen Dean, A bibliography of the writings of Winton Dean.
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