ORFEO


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ORFEOOptical and Radar Federated Earth Observation
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A very smart audience arrived for Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice , complete with picnic hampers or anticipating a champagne supper in one of the discreet marquees during the long mid-performance interval.
Aunque citados con amplitud, los ataques en verso al Orfeo pocas veces se recuperan con una intencion mas profunda que la anecdotica (2).
Orfeo ed Euridice, first performed in 1762 in Vienna, represented a new direction for opera, a movement away from the complexity and rigor of opera seria.
All these elements support the belief that textual and representational have to go hand in hand if we want to fully understand Orfeo as well as the traditions to which it belongs.
Este titulo coloca lado a lado el mito de Orfeo y el morro de la Concepcion, la tragedia griega y Rio de Janeiro, realidades que se superponen sin fundirse nunca totalmente.
En el libro primero de la Biblioteca historica, Diodoro de Sicilia relata con pormenor la ascendencia egipcia en el origen de los mitos orficos; en I, 92 dice que despues de la visita de Orfeo a Egipto y de observar sus costumbres trajo "buena parte de sus ceremonias, los ritos orgiasticos y la fabulosa historia,--falsa en su opinion--del descenso al Hades" (I, 96, 1-5).
The book is at its strongest in its analysis of Sir Orfeo through the prism of the thought of Giorgio Agamben, with Wade finally giving fairies their due in his reading of the tale of Orfeo, which, of all other medieval English narratives, provides us with the most comprehensive account of the fairy Otherworld.
That's what happened to me when I finished Orfeo, Richard Powers' astonishing new novel that captures one fictional composer's life in a text that is almost a soundtrack, by turns mysterious, dissonant, harmonious, repetitive, sweet and always, always provocative.
Para mostrarlo, examino la negativa de Ficino de comentar el pasaje del Banquete (179d) donde se presenta a Orfeo como contraejemplo del valor de los amantes y la comparo con la posicion de Pico della Mirandola.
The first of the book's three parts, "La Musica and Orfeo," offers a fascinating and thorough discussion of the prologue to Monteverdi's Orfeo, showing how La Musica gradually draws the audience into the drama through the developing focus of her words and music.
El resultado es una poesia que, si no llega a tener los extremos de la burlesca, donde a Jupiter se le convierte en una lluvia de dinero/oro (soneto "A Apolo siguiendo a Dafne") o a Orfeo se le muda en un marido harto de Euridice y dichoso por quedarse viudo (romance "Califica a Orfeo para idea de maridos dichosos"), llega a tener ciertos matices de ese tono 'mixto' o 'intermedio' de lo burlesco que hace anos senalaba Martinengo como un rasgo estudiado en Gongora pero pendiente de profundizar en Quevedo y que, hoy en dia, me parece que sigue siendo todavia poco trabajado (8).
His celebrated Fabula di Orfeo (c1480) was an entertainment in various verse forms for a half-spoken, half-sung performance.