Transatlantic Arias: Early Opera in Spain and the New World

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Collection: Biblioteca Áurea Hispánica
Author: Gasta, Chad M
Publisher : Iberoamericana Vervuert
isbn: 9788484897453
eisbn: 9783954872275
Place of publication:  Madrid , Spain
Year: 2013

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Through current theories of ideology, propaganda and musical reception, examines the development and impact of early opera in Spain and the Americas through close examination of the New World's first three extant operas: Tomás de Torrejón's Lima production of 'La púrpura de la rosa' (1701), Domenico Zipoli's Jesuit opera, 'San Ignacio de Loyola' (ca. 1720), and a recently-discovered indigenous opera from the Jesuit missions, the anonymous 'San Francisco Xavier' (ca. 1720-1740).
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