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Title Three loves for three oranges : Gozzi, Meyerhold, Prokofiev / edited by Dassia N. Posner and Kevin Bartig ; with Maria De Simone
Published Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, [2021]

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Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Series Russian music studies
Russian music studies.
Contents Preface : how not to die laughing in a lethal time / Caryl Emerson -- Introduction / Dassia N. Posner, Kevin Bartig, Maria de Simone -- The Fiaba. Reflective analysis of the fairy tale "The love of three oranges" / Carlo Gozzi, Maria de Simone (translator) -- The love of three oranges, Venice 1761 : a theatrical provocation / Alberto Beniscelli -- A short note on the first Sacchi Company / Giulietta Bazoli -- Gozzi's The love of three oranges : a new horizon of expectations / Domenico Pietropaolo -- Carlo Gozzi's reactionary imagination / Ted Emery -- A cultural pastiche of fantasy, satire, and citrus : Gozzi's The love of three oranges in its German afterlife / Natalya Baldyga -- The divertissement. Love for three oranges : a divertissement in twelve scenes, a prologue, an epilogue, and three interludes / Konstantin Vogak, Vsevolod Meyerhold, Vladimir Soloviev, Dassia N. Posner (translator) -- Carlo Gozzi in The journal of Doctor Dapertutto / Raissa Raskina -- Meyerhold and the Russian commedia dell'arte myth / Vadim Shcherbakov -- The Miklashevsky connection / Laurence Senelick -- From divertissement to opera : two Russian Oranges / Julia Galanina -- The opera. Love for three oranges / Sergei Prokofiev, Kevin Bartig (ed.) -- Tsardom and buttocks : from empress Anna to Prokofiev's Fata Morgana / Inna Naroditskaya -- Notes on the musical parody in Prokofiev's Three oranges / Natalia Savkina -- Notes on the notes / Simon A. Morrison -- Boris Anisfeld, an alchemist of color / John E. Bowlt -- Oranges in Leningrad / Kevin Bartig
Summary "In 1921, Sergei Prokofiev's Love for Three Oranges--one of the earliest, most famous examples of modernist opera--premiered in Chicago. Prokofiev's source was a 1913 theatrical divertissement by Vsevolod Meyerhold, who, in turn, took inspiration from Carlo Gozzi's 1761 commedia dell'arte-infused theatrical fairy tale. Only by examining these whimsical, provocative works together can we understand the full significance of their intertwined lineage. With contributions from 17 distinguished scholars in theater, art history, Italian, Slavic Studies, and musicology, Three Loves for Three Oranges: Gozzi, Meyerhold, Prokofiev illuminates the historical development of modernism in the arts, the ways in which commedia dell'arte's self-referential and improvisatory elements have inspired theatre and music innovations, and how polemical playfulness informs creation. A resource for scholars and theater lovers alike, this collection of essays, paired with new translations of Love for Three Oranges, charts the transformations and transpositions that this fantastical tale underwent to provoke theatrical revolutions that still reverberate today"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on September 08, 2021)
Subject Prokofiev, Sergey, 1891-1953. Li︠u︡bovʹ k trem apelʹsinam.
Vogak, K. (Konstantin), 1887-1938. Li︠u︡bovʹ k trem apelʹsinam.
Meĭerkholʹd, V. Ė. (Vsevolod Ėmilʹevich), 1874-1940.
Gozzi, Carlo, 1720-1806. Amore delle tre melarance.
Meĭerkholʹd, V. Ė. (Vsevolod Ėmilʹevich), 1874-1940
SUBJECT Amore delle tre melarance (Gozzi, Carlo) fast
Li︠u︡bovʹ k trem apelʹsinam (Prokofiev, Sergey) fast
Subject Opera -- Russia
Experimental theater -- Russia
Commedia dell'arte.
Italian drama (Comedy) -- Italy -- Venice
commedia dell'arte.
MUSIC / Genres & Styles / Opera
Commedia dell'arte
Experimental theater
Italian drama (Comedy)
Opera
Italy -- Venice
Russia
Genre/Form Electronic books
Form Electronic book
Author Gozzi, Carlo, 1720-1806. Amore delle tre melarance. English (De Simone)
Vogak, K. (Konstantin), 1887-1938. Li︠u︡bovʹ k trem apelʹsinam. English (Posner)
Prokofiev, Sergey, 1891-1953. Li︠u︡bovʹ k trem apelʹsinam. English (Bartig)
Posner, Dassia N., editor, translator
Bartig, Kevin, editor, translator
De Simone, Maria, editor, translator
LC no. 2021020577
ISBN 9780253057891
0253057892
9780253057907
0253057906