2 edition of English dialogue opera, 1762-1796. found in the catalog.
English dialogue opera, 1762-1796.
Sharyn Lee Hall
Written in English
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She studied piano and musicology, and completed a PH D in musicology at the University of Toronto in with a thesis titled 'English dialogue opera: '. She began to lecture part-time English dialogue opera McMaster University since and has presented papers on 18th-century opera. John Braham (c.
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During his travels, Burney met the librettist, Pietro Metastasio (), about whom he later wrote a biography. A key difference between Italian and English opera was that the later used spoken words for dialogue, rather than recitative. In his writing, Burney cited this as a rationale for the inferiority of English Author: David Hunter, Laura Bock, Mark Doroba.
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