By Howard E. Smither
Continuing the process of the former volumes, Smither treats the oratorio in each one language and geographical quarter via first exploring the cultural and social contexts of oratorio. He then addresses aesthetic thought and feedback, treats libretto and track usually, and provides distinctive analyses of the librettos and track of particular oratorios (thirty-one in all) which are of precise significance to the historical past of the genre.
As a synthesis of specialised literature in addition to an research of fundamental resources, this paintings will function either a springboard for additional study and a vital reference for choral conductors, soloists, choral singers, and others drawn to the background of the oratorio.
Originally released 2000.
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A History of the Oratorio: Vol. 4: The Oratorio in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries by Howard E. Smither