1 edition of Richard Strauss, Salome found in the catalog.
Richard Strauss, Salome
|Statement||ed. by Derrick Puffett|
|Series||Cambridge opera handbooks|
|LC Classifications||ML410.S93 R52 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
S hock and revulsion don’t often endure for over a century. Since Strauss’s Salome premiered in , we’ve gradually come around to all manner . The online opera guide to SALOME. Richard Strauss first saw the play staged by Max Reinhard in and created 2 years later for the first time an expressionistic world of sound, which seemed to break with everything previously known.
50+ videos Play all Mix - Richard Strauss: SALOME, Oper Frankfurt YouTube Richard Strauss: Salome - Malfitano, Terfel, Riegel - Duration: kis martus , views. In , Strauss purchased a block of land at Garmisch-Partenkirchen and had a villa (Strauss-Villa) built there with the down payments from the publisher Adolph Fürstner for his opera Salome, residing there until his : Richard Georg Strauss, 11 June , Munich, .
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Richard Strauss has books on Goodreads with ratings. Richard Strauss’s most popular book is Salome in Full Score. Salome Hardcover – January 1, by Richard Strauss (Author) See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Richard Strauss.
"This extraordinary book (in the highly respected `Cambridge Opera Handbooks' series) is the first full-length study of Salome in English since Lawrence Gilman's Strauss' `Salome, () Very clear and appropriate musical examples, appendixes extensive notes for each chapter, a bibliography, discography, and index, and several black-and-white plates.5/5(2).
Sir Georg Solti was often accused of being bombastic, but you can never be too bombastic when you're dealing with Richard Strauss's first great opera. Salome is a kitschy but irresistible blend of religion, sex, decadence, exoticism, and cruelty that Cecil B. DeMille might have envied/5(42).
Maria Ewing gives a command performance in this landmark production of Richard Strauss' one act musical drama. Conducted by Edward Downes and directed by Peter Hall. The cast includes: Maria Ewing as Salome, Michael Devlin as Jokanaan, Kenneth Riegel as Herod, Gillian Knight as Herodias, and Robin Leggate Salome book Narraboth.
minutes, color, /5(65). Richard Strauss operatic gem Salome in German, based on Oscar Wildes French play, perhaps deserves to be counted amongst such pieces. Oscar Wilde, the Irish poet and [Note: Salome book is a combined review of "Salome" the play and the opera.]/5. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, Salome book towards a web page for every book ever published.
Salome by Richard Strauss, Richard Strauss, Kurt Pahlen, Rosmarie König; 38 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Drama, Electra (Greek mythology), Excerpts, Librettos, Musical settings, Operas, Orchestral music, Scores, Vocal.
Salome's dance of the 7 veils uncensored version. The Strauss opera like you never saw it!. The Opera Platform Channel. Richard Strauss "Salome" von den Salzburger Festspielen. Upon seeing a performance of Oscar Wilde's play "Salome" inRichard Strauss began work on an opera based on the author's randy and decadent reworking of the Biblical tale.
Strauss composed in his inimitable style, an alchemical blending of his talent for orchestration with a quasi-Wagnerian scope/5(5). Salome (French: Salomé, pronounced) is a tragedy by Oscar original version of the play was in French.
Three years later an English translation was published. The play tells in one act the Biblical story of Salome, stepdaughter of the tetrarch Herod Antipas, who, to her stepfather's dismay but to the delight of her mother Herodias, requests the head of Jokanaan (John the Place premiered: Comédie-Parisienne, Paris.
To say that Richard Strauss’s “Salome” is your favorite opera is a bit like saying that “The Shining” is your favorite film or that Edgar Allan Poe is your favorite author: it marks you.
This full-length study of Salome is the first in English since Lawrence Gilman's introductory guide of The handbook presents an informative collection of historical, critical and analytical 5/5(1). Richard Strauss: Salome.
Licensed to YouTube by. WMG (on behalf of ADA UK), and 1 Music Rights Societies. This full-length study of Salome is the first in English since Lawrence Gilman's introductory guide of The handbook presents an informative collection of historical, critical and analytical studies of one of Strauss's most familiar operas.
Classic essays by Mario Praz and Richard Price: $ Based on Oscar Wilde’s notorious play, Strauss’ opera combines a biblical tale with sexual awakening, eroticism and murder, exploring the nature of desire and outer limits of human behaviour.
Intoxicating Salome, the teenage stepdaughter of King Herod (Herodes), is. Richard Strauss is the author of Salome in Full Score ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Tone Poems in Full Score, Series II ( /5.
Salome () - Originally written in French by Wilde, Lord Alfred Douglas translated “Salome” into English. Richard Strauss later used this play as the basis for the libretto for his famous opera of the same name.
2 THE PERSONS OF THE PLAY HEROD ANTIPAS, Tetrarch of JudaeaFile Size: 71KB. Salome may be the more often played of the two one acters Strauss wrote, but on disc it is often overshadowed by some quite marvellous performances of Elektra.
Elektra may be the more difficult role to sing, but perversely it has been the more successful of the two when it has come to casting the lead. As the th anniversary of Richard Strauss’s birth draws to a close, three music critics from The New York Times consider their favorite Strauss recordings.
American mezzo-soprano Grace Bumbry caused a sensation in when she stripped to just ‘my jewels and perfume’ during the dance of the seven veils, singing the lead in Richard Strauss.
The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians () offers ample reason why the complete score to Strauss's Salome is worthy of study. "It is virtuoso display of the creation of atmospheric colour by instrumental means." There are, of course, other reasons it is enough to say that since opening night (December 9, ) it has ranked among the basic works of/5(17).
50+ videos Play all Mix - 'Salome (Op)' by R. Strauss (Audio + Sheet Music) YouTube Richard Strauss - Metamorphosen - Duration: Thomas Ligreviews. Richard Strauss: Salome by Derrick Puffett,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).