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Saturday afternoons at the old Met : the Metropolitan Opera broadcasts, 1931-1950

Autor: Paul Jackson
Editorial: Portland, Or. : Amadeus Press, ©1992.
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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For over sixty years the weekly broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera in New York has been an important part of American cultural life. The broadcasts, whose continuity was ensured when Texaco assumed sponsorship in 1940, have played a significant role in introducing an audience of millions to the splendors of opera. Paul Jackson, whose own recollections of the broadcasts start in 1940, presents a rich and detailed  Leer más
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Formato físico adicional: Online version:
Jackson, Paul, 1927-
Saturday afternoons at the old Met.
Portland, Or. : Amadeus Press, ©1992
(OCoLC)639812303
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Paul Jackson
ISBN: 0931340489 9780931340482
Número OCLC: 24372862
Descripción: xvi, 569 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contenido: I: The Gatti years --
Convincing Gatti --
The money factor --
1931-32: on the air --
1932-33: money troubles --
1933-34: deities, premieres, and farewells --
1934-35: a mighty quartet and a norse goddess --
Coda: exit Gatti --
II: The Johnson era --
1935-36: Wagner and a coloratura soprano --
1936-37: Italian and French favorites; a spring bouquet --
1936-40: the German wing --
1937-40: the Italian wing --
1939-40: new repertory --
Interlude: mortgage and marriage --
1940-43: comic relief --
1940-42: Italian lyricism and French tang --
1940-41: Auf Wiedersehen --
1941-44: Wagner while at war --
1941-44: allies--France sustained by Britain --
1941-50: Mozart renascence --
Intermission --
1942-45: The Italian wing while at war --
Coda: Vale --
1942-42: maestros and masterworks --
1945-46: postwar stasis --
1946-48: postwar premieres --
1946-48: new artists --
1948-49: an upward curve --
1949-50: curtain for Johnson --
Coda: reckoning.
Responsabilidad: by Paul Jackson.

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For over sixty years the weekly broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera in New York has been an important part of American cultural life. The broadcasts, whose continuity was ensured when Texaco assumed sponsorship in 1940, have played a significant role in introducing an audience of millions to the splendors of opera. Paul Jackson, whose own recollections of the broadcasts start in 1940, presents a rich and detailed history of the broadcasts from their inception in 1931, when the imperious Gatti-Casazza ruled, on through the troubled, yet often triumphant, regime of the more affable Edward Johnson. This was a time when the Wagner operas were performed with unparalleled grandeur, when the Mozart operas were introduced to a nationwide public, and the American singer came to the fore. Above all, it was an age of glorious voices and memorable characterizations - Pinza's Figaro, Melchior's Siegfried, Lehmann's Marschallin, Martinelli's Otello, Milanov's Gioconda, Bjoerling's Manrico, Albanese's Violetta. Beecham, Walter, Reiner, and Szell contributed to the era of legendary conductors in the forties. Jackson, a musicologist with an uncommon ability to combine narrative history with musical analysis and criticism, brings to life the more than two hundred broadcasts of which recordings, pirated or archival, survive. They constitute a unique record in sound of one of the Metropolitan's great periods. The author explores the glory and decline of Tibbett's and Rethberg's careers, the probity of Ponselle's Carmen, the premiere of Hanson's Merry Mount, the debuts of Flagstad and Sayao. Nor are the blemishes on the Met record slighted in this candid critique. In addition to these primary sources of live performances, Jackson utilizes unpublished documents and letters from the Metropolitan Opera Archives to tell the story of intricate maneuvers between the Met and the National Broadcasting System, and artistic intrigues within the company. Enhanced by more than one hundred evocative photographs, this lively chronicle recreates a flavorful period of opera history, when the Met broadcast from its old home at Thirty-ninth and Broadway, the urbane Milton Cross provided commentaries, and listeners across the country tuned in on their Philco and Capehart consoles. An important document of aural music history, this book should delight any opera lover and bring back a flood of memories to longtime devotees of the broadcasts.

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