8 edition of Convent theatre in early modern Italy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 262-290) and index.
|Statement||Elissa B. Weaver.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in Italian history and culture|
|LC Classifications||PN3178.C64 W43 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 304 p. :|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||2001025770|
While the tradition of convent theatre in various parts of early modern Italy has been well-documented, this essay seeks to elucidate the heretofore unsurveyed performance tradition by nuns in seventeenth-century Venice. In 16th-century Italy – and across Europe – convents were the backbones of the economic and spiritual wellbeing of a city. At their core were expertly-run choirs of nuns, so talented and so popular that they were considered tourist attractions, talent scouts would hunt for voices and the Pope and other VIPs could attend private performances of non-liturgical repertoire.
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Convent Theatre Early Modern Italy: Spiritual Fun and Learning for Women (Cambridge Studies in Italian History and Culture) Paperback – Aug by Elissa B. Weaver (Author)Cited by: 7. Convent Theatre in Early Modern Italy emerges as a significant socio-historical document.' Italian Studies 'This is a fascinating book that will be useful for students and researchers of Italian literature and theatre and for feminist theatre historians alike.'.
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Cambridge University Press, Author: Margaret Aziza Pappano. Book easily and securely online at Italy is rich in sights, sounds and scents - but did you know about the opportunity to sleep in the surrounds of a true monastery or convent guest house.
Monastery Stays opens the door to rooms in Italy, staying as the guest of monks or nuns. That became another story as Montmartre does not do early. The view from the Montmartre convent.
Photo: Nigelle de Visme. There are excellent guide books in French and Italian to these convents and monasteries, one that comes to mind is the Guide Saint-Christophe but there are others. The content will indicate whether guests are accepted.
Convents in early modern Europe (–) absorbed many unmarried and disabled women as nuns. France deemed convents as an alternative to prisons for unmarried or rebellious women and children. It was also where young girls were educated as they waited to be married.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data Lowe, K.
Nuns’ chronicles and convent culture in Renaissance and Counter-Reformation Italy / K.J.P. Lowe. Includes bibliographical references and. Piecing together years of convent history, this engaging narrative tells the story of the nuns of Santa Cristina della Fondazza--gifted singers, instrumentalists, and composers who used music to circumvent ecclesiastical authority and to forge links with the world beyond convent walls.
Craig Monson reconstructs the daily lives of Italian nuns, often in their own words, and relates their. The Convent is a book that takes you back and forth on a gentle roller coaster ride of life.
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Convent Space and the Theater Stage in The Jew of Malta Visual images of religious as well as secular monuments and spaces often create a sense of place within a community or territory.
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Throughout Europe the middle class took over the theatres and effected changes in repertoire, style, and decorum. In those countries that experienced revolutionary change. Portrait of Eleonora Ramirez di Montalvo.
Eleonora Ramirez di Montalvo was born in in Genoa, Italy. Her mother was Italian and her father was Spanish. Montalvo's father died when she was 5 years old. At the age of nine she was taken to the convent of San Jacopo in Via Ghibellina. She remained there for nine years.
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Discover how you can have the best convent, monastery or religious guest house experience in. Evangelisti emphasizes early modern convent culture and links monastic experiences in Europe and the New World. Rapley vividly captures the daily rhythms of monastic life in the teaching congregations of Old Regime France.
Evangelisti, Silvia. Nuns: A History of Convent Life. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, When eight-year-old Lucrezia Orsina Vizzana (–) entered one of the preeminent convents in Bologna inshe had no idea what cloistered life had in store for her. Thanks to clandestine instruction from a local maestro di cappella—and despite the church hierarchy’s vehement opposition to all convent music—Vizzana became the star of the convent, composing works so thoroughly.
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