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Author: Giacomo Meyerbeer; Robert Letellier
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2006.
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Le Prophète is the second panel of Meyerbeer's Reformation diptych, his darkest and most mysterious opera. It explores issues of power and religion, fanaticism and faith, betrayal and trust, the demonic forces of history and the witness of little people caught up in them-the ultimate and enduring sacrificial power of love. In some ways it is almost like a political pamphlet or religious tract, and its oppressive  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Meyerbeer, Giacomo.
Prophète : The Manuscript Facsimiles.
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ©2006
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Giacomo Meyerbeer; Robert Letellier
ISBN: 9781443800945 1443800945
OCLC Number: 823720834
Description: 1 online resource (979 pages)
Contents: Act 1; Prélude; Choeur; Cavatine (Berthe); Scène après le choeur d'introduction; Le prêche; Récitatif; Romance (Berthe and Fidès); Récitatif et Final; Act 2; Valse villageoise; Récitatif et Scène de songe (Jean); Pastorale (Jean); Récitatif et Morceau d'Ensemble; Arioso (Fidès); Quatour; Act 3; Entr'acte et Choeur des anabaptistes; Récitatif; Couplets (Zacharie); L'arrivee des patineurs (Choeur); Scène; Airs des danses; Valse; Redowa; Quadrille des patineurs; Galop; Scène; Trio bouffe (Jonas, Mathisen, Oberthal); Récitatif apres le Trio bouffe; Scène et Choeur des anabaptistes. Scène avec Choeur[Prière] (Jean); Hymne triomphale (Jean); Act 4; Entr'acte et Choeur des bourgeois; Complainte de la mendiante (Fidès); Scène; Duo (Berthe and Fidès); Marche du sacre; Final; Act 5; Entr'acte et Scène; Scène, Cavatine et Air (Fidès); Cavatine; Air; Récitatif et Duo (Jean and Fidès); Scène et Trio (Berthe, Jean and Fidès); Récitatif; Finale; [Couplets bachiques] (Jean).

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Le Prophète is the second panel of Meyerbeer's Reformation diptych, his darkest and most mysterious opera. It explores issues of power and religion, fanaticism and faith, betrayal and trust, the demonic forces of history and the witness of little people caught up in them-the ultimate and enduring sacrificial power of love. In some ways it is almost like a political pamphlet or religious tract, and its oppressive but fascinating world can cast a compulsive spell. The plot is based on the revo ...

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