Oratorio in the Baroque Era Protestant Germany and England

ISBN-10: 0807812943
ISBN-13: 9780807812945
Edition: 1977
List price: $120.95
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Description: Written by an eminent scholar in a style that represents American musicological writing at its communicative best,A History of the Oratoriooffers a synthesis and critical appraisal so exhaustive and reliable that the serious student of the oratorio  More...

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List price: $120.95
Copyright year: 1977
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
Publication date: 11/9/1977
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 415
Size: 6.12" wide x 9.25" long x 1.43" tall
Weight: 1.914
Language: English

Written by an eminent scholar in a style that represents American musicological writing at its communicative best,A History of the Oratoriooffers a synthesis and critical appraisal so exhaustive and reliable that the serious student of the oratorio will be compelled to look to these volumes as an indispensable source. No work on the history of the oratorio has yet appeared in the English language that is comparable in scope and treatment with Howard Smither's comprehensive four-volume work. The first part of volume 2 examines in depth the antecedents and origins of the oratorio in Protestant Germany in the seventeenth century. It includes discussions of the LutheranHistoria, sacred dramatic dialogues, and the LubeckAbendmusikenof Buxtehude. The second part treats the oratorio in Protestant Germany in the early eighteenth century and examines Handel, Reinhard Keiser, and J.S. Bach. The third part considers primarily the English oratorios of Handel. In most sections ofA History of the Oratorio, the author has selected for special attention a few oratorios that are representative of each geographical area and period. An exception to this procedure is in the section on Handel in this volume, where all of the composer's English oratorios are treated fully with particular reference to recent specialized Handel studies. Volume 1,The Oratorio in the Baroque Era: Italy, Vienna, Paris, and Volume 3,The Oratorio in the classical Era, expand and continue the study of oratorio history. Although this series was originally announced as a three-volume study, Smither will conclude with a fourth volume.

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