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by Daniel E. Freeman

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  • Author: Daniel E. Freeman
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pendragon Press (December 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 392 pages
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Volume 2 in the series, Studies in Czech Music, is Daniel Freeman's The Opera Theater of Count Franz Anton . This study provides great detail not only in the musical life of the time, but also in the area of political, social, and economic life.

This study provides great detail not only in the musical life of the time, but also in the area of political, social, and economic life.

Freeman, Daniel Evan their earliest exposure to opera and possibly attracted Antonio Vivaldi to Prague in the early 1730s.

Freeman, Daniel Evan. The opera theater of Count Franz Anton von Sporck was the first standing public opera theater in the city of Prague, creating a taste for opera that has continued in the city until the present day. It also appears to have been the first public theater in the Holy Roman Empire to survive for a sustained period of time presenting Italian repertory exclusively. The Sporck theater probably provided the composers Gluck and Stamitz with their earliest exposure to opera and possibly attracted Antonio Vivaldi to Prague in the early 1730s.

Opera, Prague, Reference, Sporckovske operni divadlo.

General Note: Cover and spine title: The opera theater of Count Franz von Sporck in Prague.

Freeman, Daniel E. Varying Form of Title: Opera theater of Count Franz von Sporck in Prague. Publication, Distribution, et. Stuyvesant, . Pendragon Press, (c)1992. General Note: Cover and spine title: The opera theater of Count Franz von Sporck in Prague. Bibliography, etc. Note

Volume 2 in the series, Studies in Czech Music, is Daniel Freeman's The Opera Theater of. .This study provides great detail not only in the musical life of the time, but also in the area of political, social, and economic life

This study provides great detail not only in the musical life of the time, but also in the area of political, social, and economic life. It augments and clarifies earlier scholarship through a reexamination of all source materials both previously known and newly discovered, and pays specific attention to the relationship that the theater maintained with Antonio Vivaldi and the effects of that relationship.

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Volume 2 in the series is Daniel Freeman's The Opera Theater of Count Franz Anton . His third book, Mozart in Prague, is in preparation.

This study provides great detail not only in the musical life of the time but also in the area of political social and economic life.

Daniel Evan Freeman is an American musicologist who specializes in European art music of the eighteenth century, in particular the musical culture of eighteenth-century Prague and the Bohemian lands.

Volume 2 in the series, Studies in Czech Music, is Daniel Freeman's The Opera Theater of Count Franz Anton von Sporck in Prague (1724-35), a thorough investigation which suggests significant connections between the Czech lands and European operatic traditions. This study provides great detail not only in the musical life of the time, but also in the area of political, social, and economic life. It augments and clarifies earlier scholarship through a reexamination of all source materials both previously known and newly discovered, and pays specific attention to the relationship that the theater maintained with Antonio Vivaldi and the effects of that relationship.

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