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Don Perlimplín in Venice: Nono and Maderna

Andrés Soria Olmedo    Universidad de Granada, España    

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The present paper is a study of two musical adaptations of Federico García Lorca’s play Amor de don Perlimplín con Belisa en su jardín by two venetian composers linked to the Darmstadt School, Luigi Nono and Bruno Maderna, respectively a ballet entitled Der rote Mantel, which uses the German translation by Enrique Beck, and a radiophonic opera based on the Italian translation by Vittorio Bodini, Don Perlimplín ovvero il trionfo dell’amore e dell’immaginazione.

Published
June 29, 2017
Accepted
July 22, 2016
Submitted
April 7, 2016
Language
ES

Keywords: TransmedialityTranslationTheaterAvant-gardeMusic

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