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operatic age of Jean de Reszke

P. G. Hurst

operatic age of Jean de Reszke

forty years of opera, 1874-1914.

by P. G. Hurst

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Published by McBride in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • London.
    • Subjects:
    • Reszke, Jean de, 1850-1925.,
    • Opera -- England -- London.

    • Edition Notes

      First published in 1958 under title: The age of Jean de Reszke.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML1731.8.L7 H8 1959
      The Physical Object
      Pagination256 p.
      Number of Pages256
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6271653M
      LC Control Number59008881
      OCLC/WorldCa918543

      Save when ordering all three volumes of our book Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing! pages, lithographs and photographs $ $ Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing: Fifty-Four Tenors Spanning Years, vol. 1 by Stefan Zucker, 6″ X 9″ X pp., with lithographs and photographs, beautifully reproduced. Franco Corelli [ ]. Claire Croiza was born in in Paris, the daughter of an American father and an Italian mother. She was, even as a child, clearly gifed in music. She was taught singing privately at first, but then, as she began to grow up, she had the great good fortune to have been sent to the famous Polish tenor Jean de Reszke for further study. De Reszke was not only a great tenor—one of the best of.

      Boles was already an accomplished singer, having studied with vocal coach Oscar Seagle in New York, as well as two years with famous operatic tenor, Jean de Reszke in France. In , with the first sound version of "Desert Song", followed by the film of the stage hit "Rio Rita", John Boles' combination of stellar looks and beautiful voice. The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal. Moving walls are generally represented in years. In rare instances, a publisher has elected to have a "zero" moving wall, so their current issues are available.

      Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing, vol. 1 by Stefan Zucker is an indispensible tool that tenor voice students should have in their collections. For a mere $35 [$, at ], one can have a lifelong access to the inside scoop on various tenors such as Jean de Reszke, Francesco Tamagno, Enrico Caruso, and many more. Jean de Reszke also became a lifelong friend and colleague, with neither showing any envy of the other's success—a rare trait in opera singers generally, and in Melba as well. Another great friend was the young duke of Orléans, a member of the French royal family, with .


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Operatic age of Jean de Reszke by P. G. Hurst Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The operatic age of Jean de Reszke; forty years of opera, [P G Hurst]. This book is not a biography of Jean de Reszke, but a plain, year-by-year account of the opera seasons in London from to Jean de Reszke was only one of the great singers who made these forty years a Golden age in the history of opera.

The operatic age of Jean de Reszke; forty years of opera, by P. G Hurst (Book) The teaching of Jean de Reszke by Dale V Gilliland (Book) Jean de Reszke teaches singing to Edith de Lys: a true copy of the lesson notebooks of Edith de Lys: includes 41 lessons.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Jean de Reszke, also spelled Jan Retzské, original name Jan Mieczyslaw, (born Jan.

14,Warsaw, Pol., Russian Empire [now in Poland]—died April 3,Nice, Fr.), Polish operatic tenor, celebrated for his beautiful voice, phrasing, and enunciation as well as his charm and striking presence. Of a musical family, de Reszke was first taught by his mother, then by vocal coaches in.

Biography. Polish brilliant operatic tenor, after an initial debut in as a baritone. His brother Edouard was also a famous singer. De Reszke died at his villa in Nice at pm on 3 Aprilhaving contractedJean de: Gender: M. Heinrich Knote (Novem – Janu ) was an outstanding German dramatic tenor with an international reputation.

Born in Munich, he studied in that Bavarian city with Emmanuel Kirschner before joining the Munich Opera indebuting in Lortzing's Der remained his base for the rest of the 19th century, although he did also appear at other German opera.

JEAN DE RESZKE died at an opera singer's ripe old age. For the elder generation of operagoers it is not easy to think of the great tenor as having passed his seventy-fifth birthday. Posts about Jean de Reszke written by Josmar Lopes.

The still elegant Polish tenor had been a leading man with New York’s Metropolitan Opera Company long before Caruso’s debut there, and was a fixture at the house for many years prior to his own retirement in   Jean de Reszke, the 'problem' of the tenor, and early international Wagner performance; Supporting cast.

Editorial Reviews "Karen Henson lovingly summons the voices of four singers of the fin de siècle, chronicling the moment when the opera star was no longer defined by beautiful singing :   ‘In the end’, the celebrated Wagner tenor Jean de Reszke would recall, ‘my voice was pretty horrible’ (p.

Such matter-of-fact statements contain no intimations of a crisis in personhood or of a breakdown in articulation of the self in the moment when the voice : Laura Protano-Biggs. The Age of Jean de Reszke Forty Years of Opera by Hurst, P.G.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Lohengrin, is a Romantic opera in three acts composed and written by Richard Wagner, first performed in The story of the eponymous character is taken from medieval German romance, notably the Parzival of Wolfram von Eschenbach and its sequel Lohengrin, itself inspired by the epic of Garin le is part of the Knight of the Swan re: 28 AugustDeutsches Nationaltheater.

There are more, accurately labeled Jean de Reszke items,a Meyerbeer duet and a bit of Lohengrin. The latter is very poorly recorded. Probably, the recordist had to keep more distance, lest the great tenor should spot the huge horn and stop the performance.5/5(1).

Her last appearances ever on the operatic stage were in private performances: La traviata at her own theatre in her Welsh “castle”, Craig-ynos, inand Il barbiere at Jean de Reszke’s private theatre in Paris on 25 Mayworthily surrounded by an all-star cast: Giuseppe Anselmi as Almaviva, Mario Ancona as Figaro, Edouard de.

Jean De Reszke() Great Polish Tenor. "The biggest male opera star of the late 19th centry"(Wikipedia) Recorded on Cylinder by Lionel Mapleson during actual performance at Metroploitan Opera House on March 19 He actually made 2 records.

Heroic Tenor: The Complete Edison Recordings He made his operatic debut in and his illustrious career ended only in when he sang Tristan at the age of a reviewer noted that Urlus sang the music of Tristan as it has not been sung since Jean de Reszke.

Having heard a couple of short excerpts documenting the singing of the 5/5(1). She began her vocal studies at age 12 with Herbert Rooney, a former student of Parisian Jean De Reszke. Rooney immediately recognized her tremendous potential; her early love of and quickly developed skill in “Bel Canto” singing was to serve her well.

It is the last of opera's Old Guard who is mourned today at Nice, in his adopted France, whence yesterday the message flashed to New York, "JEAN DE RESZKE is dead." True, a. This remarkable book is one of the most influential works on the art of singing ever written.

Its author was one of the first great international superstars of opera. German soprano Lilli Lehmann enjoyed a long and brilliant career that began in Prague and Danzig and soared to the heights of operatic renown in Berlin, Vienna, London and New York.

As W.C. Fields’ Wife, Kathleen Howard Took Henpecking to Operatic Heights. sistercelluloid ♦ Novem ♦ 18 Comments. Some movie-loving girls toss around lines by ladies like Lauren Bacall (“You just put your lips together and blow.“), Vivien Leigh (“I’ll think about it tomorrow ”) or Bette Davis (“Fasten your seats belts—it’s going to be a bumpy night!”).Jean de Reszke, Polish operatic tenor, celebrated for his beautiful voice, phrasing, and enunciation as well as his charm and striking presence.

Of a musical family, de Reszke was first taught by his mother, then by vocal coaches in Warsaw and Paris. After an undistinguished early career as a. In detailed case studies of four figures - the late Verdi baritone Victor Maurel; Bizet's first Carmen, Celestine Galli-Marie; Massenet's muse of the s and s, Sibyl Sanderson; and the early Wagner star Jean de Reszke - Karen Henson argues that singers in the late nineteenth century continued to be important, but in ways that were not 3/5(1).