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by David R. B. Kimbell

eBook Verdi in the Age of Italian Romanticism (Cambridge Paperback Library) download ISBN: 0521316782
Author: David R. B. Kimbell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; First Paperback Edition edition (August 30, 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 720
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Professor Kimbell's classic study illuminates the first fifteen years of Verdi's composing career, the era that culminated in his trio of masterpieces.

Professor Kimbell's classic study illuminates the first fifteen years of Verdi's composing career, the era that culminated in his trio of masterpieces, Rigoletto, Il Trovatore and La Traviata.

Start by marking Verdi in the Age of Italian Romanticism as. .Published April 23rd 1981 by Cambridge University Press.

Professor Kimbell's classic study illuminates the first fifteen years of Verdi's . The four parts of Professor Kimbell's book range over biographical, documentary, literary and close-analytical ground

Publisher:Cambridge University Press.

Professor Kimbell's classic study illuminates the first fifteen years of Verdi's composing career, the era that culminated in his trio . By David R. B. Kimbell.

Cambridge Studies in Romanticism is a series of.Kean, Hazlitt and Keats in the Age of Theatrical News.

Books Books Non- Fiction Art, Music & Photography 'Professor Kimbell demonstrates that there is a great deal to be added to our knowledge of Verdi, his times, and his works i.

Professor Kimbell's classic study illuminates the first fifteen years of Verdi's composing career, the era that culminated in his trio of masterpieces, Rigoletto, Il Trovatore and La Traviata. Verdi had become an acknowledged master of the peculiar brand of Romanticism that flourished in Italy in the 1830s and 40s; this background is examined in its political, social and literary light, and his consequent transformation of Italian operatic conventions is analysed. The four parts of Professor Kimbell's book range over biographical, documentary, literary and close-analytical ground. Attention is given to individual operas in order to show how Verdi assimilated and developed the Romantic tradition in his work.