The Origins and Roles of Instrumental Music in the Operas of Richard Strauss: From Concert Hall to Opera House

The Origins and Roles of Instrumental Music in the Operas of Richard Strauss: From Concert Hall to Opera House

English | 2012 | ISBN: 0773430784, 0779906438 | 232 Pages | PDF | 10,7 MB

Reveals the importance of Richard Strauss' operatic compositions rather than only his instrumentals by giving detailed analysis of how and why they were composed. The main purpose of this volume is to provide an overview to all of Richard Strauss' musical and operatic compositions.

Usually the operas are ignored by scholars and composers who only perform his instrumental works. This book shows that there is incredible musical value in the operas as well. It also showcases his compositional style and techniques, as the author states, Strauss could compose while riding on a noisy train, he was just that talented.

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