Reading opera /

Reading opera /
New England Conservatory
Appropriation in Wagner's Tristan libretto / Arthur Groos -- Boito and F.-V. Hugo's magnificent translation: a study in the genesis of the Otello libretto / James A. Hepokoski -- An unseen player: Destiny in Pelléas et Mélisande / Susan Youens -- The origins of Italian Literaturoper: Guglielmo Ratcliff, La figlia di Iorio, Parisina, and Francesca da Rimini / Jürgen Maehder -- Erik's dream and Tannhäuser's journey / Carolyn Abbate -- The languages of love in Carmen / Nelly Furman -- How to avoid believing (while reading Iago's credo) / Katherine Bergeron -- The Numinous in Götterdämmerung / Christopher Wintle -- Musorgsky's libretti on historical themes: from the two Borises to Khovanshchina / Caryl Emerson -- Boito and the 1868 Mefistofele libretto as a reform text / William Ashbrook -- On reading nineteenth-century opera: Verdi through the looking-glass / Roger Parker --

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New England Conservatory Spaulding Library
ML2110 .R4 1988Available