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卡契尼: 尤麗狄絲

卡契尼: 尤麗狄絲
Giulio Caccini: Euridice


作者  /  亞歷山德里尼/ 義大利協奏團 Rinaldo Alessandrini/ Concerto Italiano

出版社 / OPUS III RECORDS

出版日期 / 2014/03/27

商品語言 / 義大利文

定價 / NT$640

售價 / 9折, NT$ 576

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‘A controversy attended the birth of opera: the first in a long series that has continued right down to our own time. The marriage of Maria de’ Medici to Henri IV of France, celebrated in Florence on 5 October 1600, provided the opportunity for Jacopo Peri and Giulio Caccini (known as ‘il Romano’) to beget what can be regarded as the first opera of which we still have a trace today: L’Euridice, on a text by Ottavio Rinuccini.’
‘We date the invention of opera to the early seventeenth century, with the final codification of solo vocal music, attributing its paternity rather to a general cultural move-ment that exalted the subjective dignity of the performer and the perceptive taste of the listener, forever bound to-gether from this moment onwards in the genre of opera, which has come down to us richly charged with a history that embraces not only music, but also all the literary and visual arts.’
‘More than four hundred years separate us from Caccini’s Euridice, and it is this that constitutes the greatest obsta-cle to our understanding of this first dramatic event to combine text and music on a stage. Many things have hap-pened in the past four centuries, events that distance us from the stylistic meaning of L’Euridice, making it almost incomprehensible. But there is a means that can put us back in touch with a primordial and primitive truth. Cacci-ni, like Peri, contextualises and makes concrete the necessi-ty of individual and subjective expression, through the human voice. Both of them theorise, invent, and demand that theatrical imitation be made visible through the indi-vidual contribution of the performer. They theorise and demand passion [l’affetto] as the primary condition that legitimises this new style – for it is a question of style even before that of a new kind of composition.’
-- Rinaldo Alessandrini
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詳細資料

誠品26碼 /2680859738002
ISBN 13 /0709861305520
ISBN 10 /9861305521
EAN /0709861305520

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