Cérémonie et néoclassicisme à Fontainebleau. / Charlton, David.

D'un 'Orphée', l'autre: 1762-1859...Métamorphoses d'un mythe . ed. / Alban Ramaut; Pierre Saby . Saint-Étienne : Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 2014. p. 57-68.

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Cérémonie et néoclassicisme à Fontainebleau. / Charlton, David.

D'un 'Orphée', l'autre: 1762-1859...Métamorphoses d'un mythe . ed. / Alban Ramaut; Pierre Saby . Saint-Étienne : Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 2014. p. 57-68.

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Harvard

Charlton, D 2014, Cérémonie et néoclassicisme à Fontainebleau. in A Ramaut & P Saby (eds), D'un 'Orphée', l'autre: 1762-1859...Métamorphoses d'un mythe . Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, Saint-Étienne , pp. 57-68.

APA

Charlton, D. (2014). Cérémonie et néoclassicisme à Fontainebleau. In A. Ramaut, & P. Saby (Eds.), D'un 'Orphée', l'autre: 1762-1859...Métamorphoses d'un mythe (pp. 57-68). Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne.

Vancouver

Charlton D. Cérémonie et néoclassicisme à Fontainebleau. In Ramaut A, Saby P, editors, D'un 'Orphée', l'autre: 1762-1859...Métamorphoses d'un mythe . Saint-Étienne : Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne. 2014. p. 57-68

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Charlton, David. / Cérémonie et néoclassicisme à Fontainebleau. D'un 'Orphée', l'autre: 1762-1859...Métamorphoses d'un mythe . editor / Alban Ramaut ; Pierre Saby . Saint-Étienne : Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 2014. pp. 57-68

BibTeX

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title = "C{\'e}r{\'e}monie et n{\'e}oclassicisme {\`a} Fontainebleau",
abstract = "Ranieri de' Calzabigi developed a now-famous neoclassical vision of opera with Gluck in Vienna, but the roots of this aesthetic go back to Calzabigi's long-standing antiquarian interests on one hand, and on the other his proximity to a small group which influenced a revisionist production of Lully's 'Alceste' in 1754 at Fontainebleau. Louis de Cahusac was one moving spirit. This production (seen publicly in 1757-58) used neoclassical costumes, properties and sets; one description of Alceste's funeral scene in Act III takes us straight to the world of Gluck's 'Orfeo' in 1762.",
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