Etiket: composer

  • A Long Journey of German Opera through History

    Many German courts were heavily influenced by both Italian and French opera traditions. The Habsburg Empire which had its headquarters in Vienna was also influenced in an equally significant manner. In fact, great German composers such as Handel and Johan Sebastian succeeded because of their synthesis of these two opera traditions. Hamburg had time for […]

  • Mozart and Opera History 1

    During the latter part of the eighteenth century, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart innovated new perspectives for opera history, imbuing his operas with portrayals of profound matters of the heart, all set against the explosive social and political struggles of Enlightenment Europe. It was the beginning of Mozart and Opera history. Mozart became the first psychologist of […]

  • When Title Meets Content

    To present any kind of content, we need titles. It can be  song titles, album titles, movie titles, book titles, story titles, poem or painting titles or a project, a website… Each work needs a title. When the title meets content, it gives us an idea of what kind of a content the composer offers. […]