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Blackboard Drawings 1919 1924

Author : Rudolf Steiner
ISBN : 1855841525
Genre : Art
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"Did Rudolf Steiner dream these things? Did he dream them as they once occurred, at the beginning of all time? They are, for sure, far more astonishing than the demiurges and serpents and bulls found in other cosmogonies.' -- Jorge Luis BorgesRudolf Steiner recorded his view of the world in numerous books. He also gave more than 5,000 lectures, in which he explained his ideas, using only minimal notes. When describing especially difficult subjects, Steiner frequently resorted to illustrating what he was saying with colored chalk on a large blackboard. After his earlier lectures, the drawings were erased and irretrievably lost. After the autumn of 1919, however, thick black paper was used to cover the blackboards so that the drawings could be rolled up and saved.The Trustees of Rudolf Steiner's Estate in Dornach, Switzerland, possess more than a thousand such drawings. A selection of these drawings was first shown to the general public in 1992, and since then, exhibitions in Europe, America, and Japan have generated much interest in Steiner's works.
Category: Art

Studi Sancanzianesi

Author : Mario Mirabella Roberti
ISBN : UOM:39015061013820
Genre : History
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Aspiring Saints

Author : Anne Jacobson Schutte
ISBN : 9780801876868
Genre : History
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Placing the events in a context larger than just the inquisitorial process, Aspiring Saints sheds new light on the history of religion, the dynamics of gender relations, and the ambiguous boundary between sincerity and pretense in early modern Italy.
Category: History


Author : Franklin Mesa
ISBN : 9781476605371
Genre : Music
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This encyclopedia includes entries for 1,153 world premiere (and other significant) performances of operas in Europe, the United States, Latin America and Russia. Entries offer details about key persons, arias, interesting facts, and date and location of each premiere. There is a biographical dictionary with 1,288 entries on historical and modern operatic singers, composers, librettists, and conductors. Fully indexed and with a bibliography.
Category: Music

Maria Beyond The Callas Legend

Author : Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington
ISBN : UOM:39015001032633
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The New Kobb S Opera Book

Author : Anthony Peattie
ISBN : STANFORD:36105129637505
Genre : Music
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Summarizes the plots of operas ranging from the 17th to the 20th century and includes composers such as Mozart, Wagner, Rossini, and Benjamin Britten
Category: Music


Author : Jonathan Keates
ISBN : UOM:39015082688352
Genre : Composers
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* Though unquestionably one of the greatest and best-loved of all composers, George Frideric Handel (1685u1759) had received little attention from biographers before Jonathan Keates's masterful Handel: The Man and His Music appeared in 1985. * This fully updated and expanded edition u published to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the composer's death u charts in detail Handel's life, from his youth in Germany, through his brilliantly successful Italian sojourn, to the opulence and squalor of Georgian London. * For over two decades Handel was absorbed in London's heady but precarious operatic world. But even his phenomenal energy and determination could not overcome the public's growing indifference to Italian opera in the 1730s, and he turned finally to oratorio, a genre which he made peculiarly his own and in which he created some of his finest works, such as Saul, Messiah, and Jeptha. * Jonathan Keates writes with sympathy and penetration about this extraordinary genius, whose career abounded in reversals that would have crushed anyone with less resilience and willpower, but whose influence was to be deeply felt by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. Interwoven with the account of Handel's life are commentaries on all his major works, as well as many less familiar pieces by this most inventive, expressive and captivating of composers.
Category: Composers