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Italian opera in London, 1760-1800 / by Frederick C. Petty.


Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI Research Press, [1980] .
ISBN 9780835710732, 0835710734

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Subjects England -- London.
Italiaans.
Italien.
Italy.
London.
Oper.
Opera -- England -- London -- 18th century.
Opera -- Italy -- 18th century.
Opera's.
Opera.
Opéra -- Angleterre -- Londres -- 18e siècle.
Opéra -- Italie -- 18e siècle.
Series Studies in musicology ; no. 16.
Description xi, 426 pages : music, illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-411) and index.
Contents Part 1 : The milieu. The foreign musician in England ; Musical institutions -- Part 2 : The production. The repertory ; The performance -- Part 3 : The reception. English views on Italian opera ; Season-by-season repertory of the King's Theatre, 1760-1800, with a selection of contemporary reviews -- Appendix 1 : Composers represented in the repertory of the King's Theatre, 1760-1800 (excluding pasticcios) -- Appendix 2 : Operas in the repertory of the King's Theatre, 1760-1800, receiving twenty or more performance up to 1815 -- Appendix 3 : Relative popularity of serious and comic librettos, 1760-1800 -- Appendix 4 : Survival rate of new operas performed at the King's Theatre, 1760-1800 -- Appendix 5 : Summary of the account books for the season 1787 and 1788.
Geographic Area Italy
England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5799901
(OCoLC)ocm05799901
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Petty, Frederick C. 1939-
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