develops theories and practices from adaptation studies to think about musical responses to Shakespeare across the centuries
brings together in an exciting intellectual encounter ideas and methodologies deriving from literary criticism, theatre history, film studies, and musicology
explores music in its widest context, looking at classical symphonies including the work of Berlioz and Elgar and operas by Verdi and Britten as well as Broadway musicals, film scores by Shostakovich, Walton, and contemporary performers, and the jazz adaptations of Duke Ellington and others.
This is a timely study that will appeal to a wide readership from lovers of Shakespeare and classical music through to students of film and historians of the theatre.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Início da Venda||04/03/2016|
|Formato Livro Digital|
|Número da edição||1|
|Código do Formato|
|Número de Páginas||248 (aproximado)|
|Ano da Publicação||113|