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Music Drama at the Paris Odéon, 1824–1828

Mark Everist

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Sachbuch / Klassik, Oper, Operette, Musical

Beschreibung

Parisian theatrical, artistic, social, and political life comes alive in Mark Everist's impressive institutional history of the Paris Odéon, an opera house that flourished during the Bourbon Restoration. Everist traces the complete arc of the Odéon's short but highly successful life from ascent to triumph, decline, and closure. He outlines the role it played in expanding operatic repertoire and in changing the face of musical life in Paris.

Everist reconstructs the political power structures that controlled the world of Parisian music drama, the internal administration of the theater, and its relationship with composers and librettists, and with the city of Paris itself. His rich depiction of French cultural life and the artistic contexts that allowed the Odéon to flourish highlights the benefit of close and innovative examination of society's institutions.

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bourbon restoration, eugene scribe, opera comique, bourgeoisie, french history, music, restoration, libretto, opera, faubourg st germain, aristocracy, napoleon, july monarchy, monarchy, auber, bohemians, composers, french culture, berlioz, drama, la dame blanche, paris, acadmie royale, society, chorus, france, opera house, paris odeon, charles x, les trois genres, music history, boieldieu, musical theater, lyric theater, beaumarchais, industrial revolution, tout paris, barber of seville, louis xviii, performing arts, theater