Carmenology

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 1988 Number 5

Carmenology
Adrian Rifkin, pages -

Abstract

Looks at contemporary responses to Bizet’s opera Carmen, with particular reference to comparisons drawn with the work of the composers Wagner and Auber. Writings by Dominique Maignueneau, Theodor Adorno and Friedrich Nietzsche are discussed.

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Adrian Rifkin (1988) Carmenology, New Formations, 1988(5), -

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