L'opéra à Naples et à Paris sous le decennio francese (1806-1815)
Édité par Damien Colas Gallet, Alessandro Di Profio
This book offers several case studies on a little-studied period of the history of opera at the beginning of the 19th century (the so-called "interregnum", according to Stendhal's formula). That period precedes and prepares the golden age of Italian opera, from Rossini to Verdi.
- this period and this matter have not been treated to date in musicological publications.
- the book is aimed at music lovers, fans of Italian opera and people interested in the rarities of this repertoire
- it is aimed at students in musicology, performing arts and history of literature
- for lovers of the novels of Stendhal and Balzac, it offers an overview of the works mentioned by these authors.