Weill's Musical Theater : Stages of Reform / Stephen Hinton.
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- Berkeley, CA : University of California Press, 
1 online resource (592 pages)
- Musical theater -- History -- 20th century.
- In English.
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- Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
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- In the first musicological study of Kurt Weill's complete stage works, Stephen Hinton charts the full range of theatrical achievements by one of twentieth-century musical theater's key figures. Hinton shows how Weill's experiments with a range of genres-from one-act operas and plays with music to Broadway musicals and film-opera-became an indispensable part of the reforms he promoted during his brief but intense career. Confronting the divisive notion of "two Weills"-one European, the other American-Hinton adopts a broad and inclusive perspective, establishing criteria that allow aspects of continuity to emerge, particularly in matters of dramaturgy. Tracing his extraordinary journey as a composer, the book shows how Weill's artistic ambitions led to his working with a remarkably heterogeneous collection of authors, such as Georg Kaiser, Bertolt Brecht, Moss Hart, Alan Jay Lerner, and Maxwell Anderson.
Preface and Acknowledgments
1. Biographical Notes
2. The Busoni Connection
3. One-Act Operas
5. Plays with Music
6. Epic Opera
7. Didactic Theater ("Lehrstück")
8. Stages of Exile
9. Musical Plays
10. Stage vs. Screen
11. American Opera
12. Concept and Commitment
Appendix: Weill's Works for Stage or Screen
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- De Gruyter.
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- De Gruyter University Press Library.
- Publisher Number:
- 10.1525/9780520951839 doi
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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