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Law and Opera

Edited by: Filippo Annunziata, Giorgio Fabio Colombo

ISBN13: 9783319686486
Published: February 2018
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £119.99



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This book explores the various connections between Law and Opera, providing a comprehensive, multinational, and multidisciplinary (with approaches from jurists, philosophers, musicologist, historians) resource on the subject. Further, it makes a valuable contribution to studies on law and the humanities.

While, for example, the relationship between law and literature has been extensively researched, the relationship between Law and Opera remains largely overlooked. The book approaches the topic from three perspectives in three main sections: Law in Opera, Law on Opera, and Law around Opera.

Subjects:
General Interest, Art and Cultural Heritage Law
Contents:
Introduction by Filippo Annunziata and Giorgio Fabio Colombo

Part I - Law in Opera: Scalia/Ginsburg: the Rhythm of the US Federal Supreme Court by Francesca Benatti
Exile and Identity: Findings of Fact and Opinions of Law in Bellini's La Straniera by Louis Bertone
Fiat iustitia et pereat mundus. The Tragic Conflicts of the Judge in I due Foscari by Angelo Pio Buffo
"That may be Japanese law...but not in my country!". Marriage, Divorce and Private International Law in Giacomo Puccini's Madama Butterfly by Giorgio Fabio Colombo, Masabumi Suzuki and Dai Yokomizo
Crime, Prosecution and Justice in Verdi's Otello by Paolo Di Felice and Alessandro Accinni
Le Nozze di Figaro and the Sunset of Ancien Regime Legacy on Modern Legal Culture by Elena Faletti
Recurring Legal Issues in Italian Opera by Silvia Ferreri
Le nozze di Wolfgang: About the Meaning of Marriage in Mozart's Operas by Cesare Fertonani
The Depiction of Crimes in Puccini's Works by Pietro Gandetto
The "Gesualdo Case" in Contemporary Melodrama by Giovanni Iudica
Law and Fate in Norma, I Puritani, Aida and Tosca by Przemyslaw Krzywoszynski and Jan Wolenski
Equality and Social Complexity. A Comparison between Idomeneo Re di Creta and Le Nozze di Figaro by Mariano Longo
Revenge between Legal and Social Norms in Cavalleria Rusticana by Giuseppe Lorini
Paternal Justice in Giuseppe Verdi's Operas by Mario Antonio Riberi
Giacomo Puccini's Gianni Schicchi. Harmony in the System by Maria Teresa Sanza

Part II - Law on Opera: The Voice of the Opera Singer and its Protection: Another Look at the Maria Callas Case by Julia Ammermann Yebra
Critical Edition of an Opera: a New Look for an Old Lady? The Boundaries of Copyright Protection in the EU Countries by Giovanna Carugno
A Little-known Source for the Public at the Paris Opera: the Baux des Loges by Mark Darlow
What is Allowed in the Opera? - Law as the Boundary of Artistic Experiment by Ewa Letowska and Krzysztof Pawlowski
The Italian Scrittura Teatrale: a Peculiar Case of Unwritten Terms Integrating Contracts by Geo Magri
Der Ring des Nibelungen - From a Criminal Law Perspective by Peter Lewisch

Part III - Law around Opera: Law, Opera and the Baroque Mentality: Contradictions, Paradoxes and Dialogues by Mariana Lima Maia and Marcilio Toscano Franca Filho
Schiller's "An die Freude", Beethoven's Ninth and the Struggle over Europe's Identity by Giorgio Resta
The Current International and Music Society by Gustavo Troccoli Carvalho de Negreiros
Nemorino's Plagiarims. Author Copyright, Musical Theatre, and Circulation of Texts in the Siglo de Oro of Italian Opera by Filippo Annunziata.