Die Oper von ihren ersten Anfängen bis zur Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts (Various)

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Editor Robert Eitner (1832-1905)
Publisher. Info. Publikation älterer praktischer und theoretischer Musik-Werke, 10, 12 Band
Berlin: T. Trautwein'sche Buch- und Musikalienhandlung, 1881, 1883.
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Editor Robert Eitner (1832-1905) - vol.3
Hans Sommer (1837-1922) - vol.4
Friedrich Zelle (1845-1927) - vol.5
Publisher. Info. Publikation älterer praktischer und theoretischer Musik-Werke, Bd.14, 17-18
Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1885, 1890, 1892.[[Category:Scores published in the Expression error: Unrecognised punctuation character ","th century]]
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General Information

Work Title Die Oper von ihren ersten Anfängen bis zur Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts
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Composer Various
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5 volumes
  • Erster Theil
  1. Rebhun: Marienklage
  2. Caccini: Euridice
  3. Gagliano: Dafne
  4. Monteverdi: L'Orfeo, SV 318
  • Zweiter Theil
  1. Cavalli: Il Giasone
  2. Cesti: La Dori
  • Dritter Theil
  1. Lully: Armide, LWV 71
  2. Scarlatti: Gli equivoci in amore
  • Vierter Theil
  1. Schürmann: Ludovicus Pius
  • Fünfter Theil
  1. Keiser: Der lächerliche Printz Jodelet
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation This is mostly vocal scores, see the original opera pages for the original instrumentations.


Misc. Comments

Rebhun's Geistlich Spiel/Marianklage is tagged as a passion, lamentation, and incidental music. It seems these four short choruses are the only music in the whole work, so they function more like incidental music, but the work is "Mary's lament", and according to Grove Music, the Marianklage were a "unique form of Medieval passion play".
Pier Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) [Composer], Antonio Cesti (1623-1669) [Composer], Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687) [Composer], Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725) [Composer], Georg Caspar Schürmann (?-1751) [Composer], Reinhard Keiser (1674-1739) [Composer]