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Edited By Simone Caputo
Studi Pergolesiani/Pergolesi Studies 7 collects the papers presented at the conference «Roma 1735: Pergolesi e l’ Olimpiade» held at «La Sapienza» University of Rome on September 9th-10th, 2010. The conference, conceived by Franco Piperno, was part of a series of events celebrating the third centenary of Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s birth. Rome was identified by pro-Habsburg patrons as the starting point of an attempted promotion of the rising star of the Neapolitan school of music. Pergolesi’s music for Olimpiade by Metastasio was expected to launch the composer in the Italian and European theatrical circuits since until then he was renown only on the Neapolitan scene. The project failed, probably due to the overlapping of politically motivated conflicts to the ability of the Pergolesi’s music to reach Roman audience. This book is the outcome of two fertile days of study in which a concrete object of musical theater was examined from multiple disciplinary perspectives, with significant contributions from scholars of Italian studies, linguistic, bibliography and musicology.
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