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Waiting for Johann Strauss (on the beginnings of Viennese operetta)

Voloshko Svetlana Viktorovna

PhD in Art History

Associate Professor at the Department of Musicology of Saratov State Conservatoire n.a. L.V. Sobinov

410012, Russia, Saratovskaya oblast', g. Saratov, prosp. im. Kirova S. M., 1

v_svetlana_v@mail.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/2453-613X.2019.2.29663

Review date:

29-04-2019


Publish date:

06-05-2019


Abstract.

The research subject is the phenomena and processes related to the beginning of the Vienna operetta genre as a phenomenon of the emerging mass culture.
On the cusp of the 18th and 19th centuries, Vienna, the capital of Austria, was the largest music center, where a range of music and theatre genres, anticipating the emergence of new music phenomena, became widely spread - aristocratic Italian opera, French operetta, Austrian-German busk comedy and singspiel. The specificity of the socio-political conditions in the country (the Age of Metternich) facilitated the utmost development of the art of entertainment, in music - vocal lyrics and dance (waltz), in theatre - comic genres. The author uses the comparative historical method, the historical-typological approach, general scientific methods of analysis, generalization and classification. The novelty of the approach consists in the fact that Vienna operetta is considered as one of the initial stages of mass culture formation.
The model of French operetta showed Vienna composers and playwriters the example able to combine the advantages of “high” and “low” genres, foreign influence and domestic traditions. As a result, Vienna operetta (F. von Suppé) was formed as a variant of a young genre possessing the features of a fundamentally new mass culture.

Keywords: Popular culture, Waltz, Farce, Singspiel, comic opera, French operetta, Vienna operetta, Italian opera, musical theatre, von Suppé
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