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Oper intern

Oper intern

Berufsalltag vor und hinter den Kulissen


  • Langue : allemand
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Description
The opera, probably the most spectacular and demanding of all art forms, undoubtedly holds its very own fascination for the opera-goer, and many a one of them may ask him-/herself how the often magnificent performances come about.
This book reveals the secret of the 'stage' and takes a look behind the scenes. It grants an insight into the complex work processes and the interplay of the different forces and factors that characterize the daily routine of the music theatre: From the business, artistic and literary directors via the artistic to the technical staff, all sections and departments of an opera house are introduced to the reader. The description of the development process of a new production eventually shows the number of personnel as well as the expense and organisational and technical efforts that are required to ensure a successful opera performance.
An informative guide to the work at an opera-house – not only for fans of the opera.
 
Arnold Werner-Jensen, born in Innsbruck in 1941, studied school music, German language and literature as well as art history and did a PhD in musicology. He trained as a conductor, then grammar school teacher and music critic. He was appointed professor of music and music didactics in Heidelberg and Weingarten. He works as a pianist and harpsichordist with concert performances and radio recordings. Numerous musico-educational and musicological publications.
Détails
Contenu du texte: Einleitung - Berufe und Tätigkeiten in einem Opernhaus
Intendant
Verwaltunsdirektor
Chefdisponent
Künstlerisches Betriebsbüro
Dramaturgie
Kontakt zu den Medien
Marketin
Regie: Regisseur und Regieassistent
Inspizient; Souffleur
Kapellmeister; Studienleiter; Korrepetitoren
Sänger
Orchester
Opernchor
Ballett
Statisten
Technische Leitung
Werkstätten
Tontechnik
Beleuchtung
Bühnenbildner
Malersaal; Bühnenplastiker
Schneiderwerkstatt; Kostümbildner
Maske
Requisiteur
Bühnenarbeiter
Personal- und Rechnungswesen
Hau- und Verwaltungspersonal; Hausinspektor
Die Entstehung einer Neuproduktion
Langfristige Vorausplanung
Wahl des Stückes
Auswahl der Mitarbeiter
Bekanntgabe des Spielplanes
Fassungen
Entwicklung der szenischen Konzeption
Bauprobe
Bühnenbildbesprechung
Disposition
Einstudierung
Szenische Einstudierung
Musikalische Einstudierung
Technische Einrichtung
Beleutungsproben
Hauptproben
Generalprobe
Premiere und Repertoire
Ausgewählte Literatur
Bildnachweis
Stichwortverzeichnis
ISBN: 978-3-254-08210-7
Maison d'édition: Schott Music
Nombre de pages: 208
Reliure: Broché
Séries: Series Music
The opera, probably the most spectacular and demanding of all art forms, undoubtedly holds its very own fascination for the opera-goer, and many a one of them may ask him-/herself how the often magnificent performances come about.
This book reveals the secret of the 'stage' and takes a look behind the scenes. It grants an insight into the complex work processes and the interplay of the different forces and factors that characterize the daily routine of the music theatre: From the business, artistic and literary directors via the artistic to the technical staff, all sections and departments of an opera house are introduced to the reader. The description of the development process of a new production eventually shows the number of personnel as well as the expense and organisational and technical efforts that are required to ensure a successful opera performance.
An informative guide to the work at an opera-house – not only for fans of the opera.
 
Arnold Werner-Jensen, born in Innsbruck in 1941, studied school music, German language and literature as well as art history and did a PhD in musicology. He trained as a conductor, then grammar school teacher and music critic. He was appointed professor of music and music didactics in Heidelberg and Weingarten. He works as a pianist and harpsichordist with concert performances and radio recordings. Numerous musico-educational and musicological publications.
Contenu du texte: Einleitung - Berufe und Tätigkeiten in einem Opernhaus
Intendant
Verwaltunsdirektor
Chefdisponent
Künstlerisches Betriebsbüro
Dramaturgie
Kontakt zu den Medien
Marketin
Regie: Regisseur und Regieassistent
Inspizient; Souffleur
Kapellmeister; Studienleiter; Korrepetitoren
Sänger
Orchester
Opernchor
Ballett
Statisten
Technische Leitung
Werkstätten
Tontechnik
Beleuchtung
Bühnenbildner
Malersaal; Bühnenplastiker
Schneiderwerkstatt; Kostümbildner
Maske
Requisiteur
Bühnenarbeiter
Personal- und Rechnungswesen
Hau- und Verwaltungspersonal; Hausinspektor
Die Entstehung einer Neuproduktion
Langfristige Vorausplanung
Wahl des Stückes
Auswahl der Mitarbeiter
Bekanntgabe des Spielplanes
Fassungen
Entwicklung der szenischen Konzeption
Bauprobe
Bühnenbildbesprechung
Disposition
Einstudierung
Szenische Einstudierung
Musikalische Einstudierung
Technische Einrichtung
Beleutungsproben
Hauptproben
Generalprobe
Premiere und Repertoire
Ausgewählte Literatur
Bildnachweis
Stichwortverzeichnis
ISBN: 978-3-254-08210-7
Maison d'édition: Schott Music
Nombre de pages: 208
Reliure: Broché
Séries: Series Music