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Carmen and the Staging of Spain: Recasting Bizet's Opera in the Belle Epoque

  • Author: Christoforidis, Michael
  • Author: Kertesz, Elizabeth

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Contents

  • Introduction
  • Prelude: The Spains of Paris, Merimee and Bizet's Carmen
  • PART 1: CARMEN'S EARLY ESCAPADES (1875-90)
  • Chapter 1: Premiere and Revival: Paris, Galli-Marie and Spanish Affairs
  • Chapter 2: Impersonating Carmen in Victorian London
  • PART 2: SPAIN DISCOVERS CARMEN (1887-91)
  • Chapter 3: Duelling Carmens in Madrid
  • Chapter 4: Profusion and Parody in Barcelona
  • PART 3: AUTHENTICATING CARMEN IN THE AGE OF VERISMO (1889-1908)
  • Chapter 5: Gypsy Primitivism and the Rise of Emma Calve
  • Chapter 6: Transatlantic Carmens in Dance and Drama
  • Chapter 7: Finding a Spanish Voice for Carmen: Elena Fons and Maria Gay
  • PART 4: CARMEN AS POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT (1900-15
  • Chapter 8: Carmen's Music Hall Embrace
  • Chapter 9: Reproducing Carmen in the USA: Geraldine Farrar, the Met, and Beyond