History of Modern and Contemporary Music (i) (2006/2007)

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Course code
4S01178
Name of lecturers
Elisa Grossato, Elena Biggi
Coordinator
Elisa Grossato
Number of ECTS credits allocated
6
Other available courses
Academic sector
L-ART/07 - MUSICOLOGY AND HISTORY OF MUSIC
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
1st semester dal Oct 2, 2006 al Dec 20, 2006.

Lesson timetable

1st semester
Day Time Type Place Note
Monday 5:20 PM - 7:00 PM lesson Lecture Hall 1.5  
Thursday 3:40 PM - 5:20 PM lesson Lecture Hall T.4  

Learning outcomes

Module A: investigation of the evolution of Duet in the music theatre between the Eighteenth and Nineteenth century.
Module B: Work of art and its production: from the beginning to our days. The aims of the course are:
1) SINCHRONIC ORGANIZATION: characteristics of the cultural production and its production process: a system integrated between promoters, accomplishers and addressees which has often influenced the musical forms of this kind of entertainment.
2) DIACHRONIC DEVELOPMENT: traces of the connection between music, culture and political theatre in the changes of society; from a noble work of art to an industry, to the current reality in which the opera entertainment is involved in a greater manager evolution of artistic-cultural organizations.

Syllabus

Module A: Structural and artistic evolution of the Duet in the music theatre between 1700 and 1800.
Module B: Opening lecture; synchronic organization: the productive system, promoters, accomplishers and addressees. Opera score, libretto, spectacular, visual, chorographic elements, theatre context.
Diachronic development: Chronology of the history of Opera
Opera genres in music theatre: general aspects. Until 1870: court opera, itinerary opera. Serious opera, comic opera and intermezzo. Bills: Sartori Catalogue. 1780-1880: economical events in the opera industry. Significant examples of the opera production. Genesis and structure of some characteristic opera that are still played in our days. Opera consumption today: what is the future of opera.

Assessment methods and criteria

Oral test