The fame of Giacomo Meyerbeer is associated preeminently with the operatic stage, but he wrote for the voice extensively in other genres as well, and produced a small body of carefully crafted religious works throughout his life that reveal the depth of his religious convictions, and also his ecumenical openness to all forms of religious devotion. While studying with the Abbé Vogler in Darmstadt, the young composer had opportunities to show off his skills and serious endeavours. These were ...
|Place, Publisher, Year||
[Newcastle upon Tyne] :
|Pages||1 online resource (152 p.)|
|Additional Information||Reprints of 19th- and 20th-century publications.|
Texts in German, French, and Latin, with English translations precede score.
|Online Access||EBSCOhost Ebook Academic Collection EBS 2021|