Das Orchester der Hamburger Oper 1678 - 1738

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Title

Das Orchester der Hamburger Oper 1678 - 1738

Creator

Wilhelm Kleefeld (1868 - 1933)

Date

1899/1900

Type

Article (published in a periodical)
Book (published in a periodical)

Is Referenced By

Internet Archive

Is Part Of

Sammelbände der Internationalen Musikgesellschaft 01 - 1899-1900. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Härtel [1900] v. 1, p. 219-289. Oskar Fleischer (1856 - 1933) and Johannes Wolf (1869 - 1947)

Abstract

Kleefeld references an early mention of the triangle found in the libretto, "Bon vivant" by Richard Keiser, also known as "Leipziger Messe". Kleefeld goes on to say of the triangle, "... these rhythm-enhancing percussion instruments were well known and used back then. In particular, they may have worked diligently at the numerous ballets and were probably beaten by the dancers on the stage."

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Collection

Citation

Wilhelm Kleefeld (1868 - 1933), “Das Orchester der Hamburger Oper 1678 - 1738,” The Triangle Research Hub, accessed July 18, 2024, https://triangleresearchhub.omeka.net/items/show/2485.