Bluebeard's Castle Vocal Score (Dover Vocal Scores)

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9780486416878: Bluebeard's Castle Vocal Score (Dover Vocal Scores)

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The first vocal work and the only opera written by Bela Bartok (1881-1945), Bluebeard's Castle is considered the greatest Hungarian opera. Though it is concentrated into a single act and has only two characters, it burns with a fully operatic intensity -- "a musical volcano," as Zoltan Kodaly called it, "that erupts for 60 minutes of compressed tragedy."
The libretto, a symbolist drama by the distinguished writer Bela Balazs, takes off from Perrault's fairy tale to present a psychological case study of a nervous bride trying fully to enter the world of her new husband -- a darkly charismatic man into whose life she is confident she will be able to bring warmth, brightness, and love. He warns her not to ask what lies behind the seven doors in his gloomy castle, but after insisting that her love gives her the right to know everything about him, she learns the horrifying truth about the man she has married.
An early (1911) work of great assurance and promise, this short opera will be a revelation to listeners who know only Bartok's later music. It has a wholly different sound and, in its preoccupation with textures and timbre, shows the influence of Debussy and Richard Strauss. Bluebeard's Castle is the composer at his most sensual -- far from the more angular Bartok of later years.
This new edition of a long-neglected classic has been reproduced directly from a rare copy of the 1921 vocal score, featuring a piano reduction by the composer and a German translation by Wilhelm Ziegler. For this edition, Stanley Appelbaum has provided an informative Introduction and a full English synopsis based on the original Hungarian text. The result is an inexpensive, indispensable performance aid for the vocal soloist, speaker, and rehearsal pianist.

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Descripción Dover Publications Inc., United States, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 267 x 185 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The first vocal work and the only opera written by Bela Bartok (1881-1945), Bluebeard s Castle is considered the greatest Hungarian opera. Though it is concentrated into a single act and has only two characters, it burns with a fully operatic intensity -- a musical volcano, as Zoltan Kodaly called it, that erupts for 60 minutes of compressed tragedy. The libretto, a symbolist drama by the distinguished writer Bela Balazs, takes off from Perrault s fairy tale to present a psychological case study of a nervous bride trying fully to enter the world of her new husband -- a darkly charismatic man into whose life she is confident she will be able to bring warmth, brightness, and love. He warns her not to ask what lies behind the seven doors in his gloomy castle, but after insisting that her love gives her the right to know everything about him, she learns the horrifying truth about the man she has married. An early (1911) work of great assurance and promise, this short opera will be a revelation to listeners who know only Bartok s later music. It has a wholly different sound and, in its preoccupation with textures and timbre, shows the influence of Debussy and Richard Strauss. Bluebeard s Castle is the composer at his most sensual -- far from the more angular Bartok of later years. This new edition of a long-neglected classic has been reproduced directly from a rare copy of the 1921 vocal score, featuring a piano reduction by the composer and a German translation by Wilhelm Ziegler. For this edition, Stanley Appelbaum has provided an informative Introduction and a full English synopsis based on the original Hungarian text. The result is an inexpensive, indispensable performance aid for the vocal soloist, speaker, and rehearsal pianist. Nº de ref. de la librería AAC9780486416878

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Descripción Dover Publications Inc., United States, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 267 x 185 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. The first vocal work and the only opera written by Bela Bartok (1881-1945), Bluebeard s Castle is considered the greatest Hungarian opera. Though it is concentrated into a single act and has only two characters, it burns with a fully operatic intensity -- a musical volcano, as Zoltan Kodaly called it, that erupts for 60 minutes of compressed tragedy. The libretto, a symbolist drama by the distinguished writer Bela Balazs, takes off from Perrault s fairy tale to present a psychological case study of a nervous bride trying fully to enter the world of her new husband -- a darkly charismatic man into whose life she is confident she will be able to bring warmth, brightness, and love. He warns her not to ask what lies behind the seven doors in his gloomy castle, but after insisting that her love gives her the right to know everything about him, she learns the horrifying truth about the man she has married. An early (1911) work of great assurance and promise, this short opera will be a revelation to listeners who know only Bartok s later music. It has a wholly different sound and, in its preoccupation with textures and timbre, shows the influence of Debussy and Richard Strauss. Bluebeard s Castle is the composer at his most sensual -- far from the more angular Bartok of later years. This new edition of a long-neglected classic has been reproduced directly from a rare copy of the 1921 vocal score, featuring a piano reduction by the composer and a German translation by Wilhelm Ziegler. For this edition, Stanley Appelbaum has provided an informative Introduction and a full English synopsis based on the original Hungarian text. The result is an inexpensive, indispensable performance aid for the vocal soloist, speaker, and rehearsal pianist. Nº de ref. de la librería AAC9780486416878

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Descripción Dover Publications Inc., United States, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 267 x 185 mm. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. The first vocal work and the only opera written by Bela Bartok (1881-1945), Bluebeard s Castle is considered the greatest Hungarian opera. Though it is concentrated into a single act and has only two characters, it burns with a fully operatic intensity -- a musical volcano, as Zoltan Kodaly called it, that erupts for 60 minutes of compressed tragedy. The libretto, a symbolist drama by the distinguished writer Bela Balazs, takes off from Perrault s fairy tale to present a psychological case study of a nervous bride trying fully to enter the world of her new husband -- a darkly charismatic man into whose life she is confident she will be able to bring warmth, brightness, and love. He warns her not to ask what lies behind the seven doors in his gloomy castle, but after insisting that her love gives her the right to know everything about him, she learns the horrifying truth about the man she has married. An early (1911) work of great assurance and promise, this short opera will be a revelation to listeners who know only Bartok s later music. It has a wholly different sound and, in its preoccupation with textures and timbre, shows the influence of Debussy and Richard Strauss. Bluebeard s Castle is the composer at his most sensual -- far from the more angular Bartok of later years. This new edition of a long-neglected classic has been reproduced directly from a rare copy of the 1921 vocal score, featuring a piano reduction by the composer and a German translation by Wilhelm Ziegler. For this edition, Stanley Appelbaum has provided an informative Introduction and a full English synopsis based on the original Hungarian text. The result is an inexpensive, indispensable performance aid for the vocal soloist, speaker, and rehearsal pianist. Nº de ref. de la librería BTE9780486416878

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Descripción Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 192mm x 273mm x 6mm. Paperback. The first vocal work and the only opera written by Bela Bartok (1881-1945), Bluebeard's Castle is considered the greatest Hungarian opera. Though it is concentrated into a single act and h.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 96 pages. 0.281. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780486416878

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Descripción Dover Publications, New York, 2001. br., cop.fig.a col. Estado de conservación: NUOVO. Original edition, 1921. Piano Reduction by the Composer. cm.19x27, pp.XXII,67, New York, Dover Publications 2001, cm.19x27, pp.XXII,67, br., cop.fig.a col. Nº de ref. de la librería 159385

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