A Performer's Guide to the American Musical Theater Songs of Kurt Weill, (1900--1950).

A Performer's Guide to the American Musical Theater Songs of Kurt Weill, (1900--1950).

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In America, Kurt Weill was a successful musical theater composer by 1941 and was highly respected on Broadway. Simplicity and comprehensibility were his stylistic objectives in transforming operatic forms into a viable musical theater that would appeal to the greater public. His work in musical theater resulted in an extensive repertory of songs suitable for all voice types, one that was of considerable significance in the evolution of American theater and singing styles.Because of the so called radical split between Weilla#39;s a€œGermana€ style and his a€œ Americana€ style, classical-music critics considered ... In essence, he wanted to inter-mingle popular forms of music with the a€œclassicala€ form of opera, and out of thatanbsp;...


Title:A Performer's Guide to the American Musical Theater Songs of Kurt Weill, (1900--1950).
Author: Robin Lee Morales
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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