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オペラ鑑賞の仕方
How to Listen to and Understand Opera

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カタログ# : TC740
カテゴリー : 芸術
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監督 : Robert Greenberg: UC Berkeley Ph.D
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制作国 : USA
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販社 : Teaching Company
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数量   EA
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32 X 45分

For more than 400 years, opera has been one of the most popular performing arts. Geniuses?Monteverdi, Mozart, Verdi, Wagner, and Puccini?produced some of the landmark artistic achievements of all time in this form. With Professor Robert Greenberg to show you how, you can learn to understand, appreciate?even to love?opera in just 24 hours of lectures that are a pleasure to hear. With the knowledge of opera from this course, you will understand how music has the power to reveal truths beyond the spoken word; how opera is a unique marriage of words and music in which the whole is far greater than its parts. You will learn the reasons for opera?s enduring popularity. And you will be able to explore in great depth the extraordinary and compelling world of opera. Professor Greenberg is to the lecture what Mozart was to opera. Brilliant, irreverent toward his subject and yet awed by it, he is ingenious in his approach to ensure that his work will have its intended effect on the listener. The music is transcendently beautiful. In this course, you will listen to some of the most extraordinary artistic works of all time. Customers who have taken this course report: ? "Dr. Greenberg performed a miracle?he made me enjoy opera." ? "Now I understand why I already loved opera." ? "Excellent course! Professor Greenberg gives a lively, informative presentation that opens the heart to love opera as well as the mind to understand it!" The history of opera is traced from its beginning in the early 17th century to around 1924. The lectures examine landmark operas; musical, cultural, and social developments that influenced opera?s growth; and the influence of national languages and cultures on opera.

32 Lectures

    1Introduction and Words and Music, I
    2Introduction and Words and Music, II
    3 A Brief History of Vocal Expression in Music, I
    4 A Brief History of Vocal Expression in Music, II
    5 Invention of Opera and Monteverdi's Orfeo, I
    6 Invention of Opera and Monteverdi's Orfeo, II
    7 Invention of Opera and Monteverdi's Orfeo, III
    8 Invention of Opera and Monteverdi's Orfeo, IV
    9The Growth of Opera, the Development of Italian Opera Seria, and Mozart's Idomeneo, I
    10The Growth of Opera, the Development of Italian Opera Seria, and Mozart's Idomeneo, II
    11The Growth of Opera, the Development of Italian Opera Seria, and Mozart's Idomeneo, III
    12The Growth of Opera, the Development of Italian Opera Seria, and Mozart's Idomeneo, IV
    13The Rise of Opera Buffa and Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, I
    14The Rise of Opera Buffa and Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, II
    15The Rise of Opera Buffa and Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, III
    16The Rise of Opera Buffa and Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, IV
    17The Bel Canto Style and Rossini's The Barber of Seville, I
    18The Bel Canto Style and Rossini's The Barber of Seville, II
    19 Verdi and Otello, I
    20 Verdi and Otello, II
    21 Verdi and Otello, III
    22 Verdi and Otello, IV
    23 French Opera, I
    24 French Opera, II
    25 German Opera Comes of Age
    26 Richard Wagner and Tristan und Isolde, I
    27Richard Wagner and Tristan und Isolde, II
    28 Late Romantic German Opera—Richard Strauss and Salome
    29 Russian Opera, I
    30 Russian Opera, II
    31 Verismo, Puccini, and Tosca, I
    32 Verismo, Puccini, and Tosca, II

 

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