Revisiting Claudine: Schubert’s GoetheSingspiel


Byrne Bodley, Lorraine (2003) Revisiting Claudine: Schubert’s GoetheSingspiel. Proceedings of the Conference ‘Goethe and Schubert in Perspective and Performance’. ISSN 190450504X

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Abstract

The consistently natural and lively prose dialogue of Claudine von Villa Bella is one of the Singspiel’s many attractions Thematically, scenically, and atmospherically rich and varied, lyrical, humorous, and with a lucid plot that produces one coup de théâtre after another and the most complex stage action in any of Gothe’s plays and with musical settings by Seckendorff, Reichardt and Schubert to choose from, it deserves to be better known and more performed than it is.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Claudine; Schubert’s GoetheSingspiel;
Academic Unit: Faculty of Arts,Celtic Studies and Philosophy > Music
Item ID: 7456
Depositing User: Dr. Lorraine Byrne Bodley
Date Deposited: 19 Sep 2016 12:56
Journal or Publication Title: Proceedings of the Conference ‘Goethe and Schubert in Perspective and Performance’
Publisher: Carysfort Press
Refereed: Yes
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