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Title: 『ベガーズ・オペラ』とイタリア・オペラ : ジョン・ゲイとヘンデルの異文化交流
Other Titles: ベガーズ オペラ ト イタリア オペラ ジョン ゲイ ト ヘンデル ノ イブンカ コウリュウ
The Beggar's Opera and Italian Opera : Intercultural exchange between John Gay and George Frederick Handel
Authors: 磯部, 哲也
ISOBE, Tetsuya
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1998
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: John Gray's The Beggar's Opera is often said to be written in order to attack Italian opera,especially that of Handel. However John Gay had been close to Handel for sixteen years before The Beggar's Opera was produced in 1728. This article examines intercultural exchange between John Gay and Handel. Gay first met Handel at Burlington House in 1710. And then as a secretary to Aaron Hill,the theatre manager at the Queen's Theatre in the Haymarket in 1711.he observed the process of production of Rinald. the first opera Handel composed in London. John Gay worte a script for Acis and Galatea for Handel in 1718. Collaborating with Handel, Gay learned the technique to bring together words and music. Though The Beggar's Opera satirizes simile arias,a prison scene,impartiality to two heroines and recitative,it does not attack Handel's operas. but the social context of English reception of Italian opera.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/1970
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