Cardillac


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Cardillac

goldsmith who murders to regain what he created. [Ger. Opera: Hindemith, Cardillac, Westerman, 487]
References in classic literature ?
Macaire, Cardillac, Ryons, and all the cluster of flourishing towns which look upon Bordeaux as their mother, there thronged an unceasing stream of horsemen and of footmen, all converging upon the great city.
Camilla Bork looks at a scene in the first act of Paul Hindemith's Cardillac as an example of a "love discourse" under the auspices of the "Neue Sachlichkeit.
In Hoffmann's Mademoiselle de Scudery, Cardillac, a revered artisan by day, becomes a murderer by night.
Para bibliografia imprescindible vease: Pascual Boronat y Barrachina, Los moriscos espanoles y su expulsion, Universidad de Granada, 1992 (reedicion de la obra clasica de 1901); Louis Cardillac, Moriscos y cristianos: un enfrentamiento polemico (1542-1640), Mexico, Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1979; Antonio Dominguez Ortiz y Bernard Vincent, Historia de los moriscos.
The score combines jagged harmonies and melodies with baroque musical forms as it tells the story of the lonely, embittered master goldsmith Cardillac who loves his jewelry more than people, including his own daughter.
If it is Dupin's cold reserve and dark eccentricities that define his rationale and imagination, then here Scuderi's inherent purity outstrips her male counterparts, such as the peculiar, artistic, criminal genius Cardillac or the brutally inhumane and ineffective investigators in the police force and the criminal court.
Cardillac is the most gifted goldsmith in Paris and also one of the few who appreciates art for its own sake.
El potencial de amenaza subversiva de los moriscos es examinado en Louis Cardillac, "Morisques et protestants," Al-Andalus.
All but the 1940s are marked by major stage works: Cardillac (1925-26), Neues vom Tage (1928-29), Mathis der Maler (1933-35), and Die Harmonie der Welt (1951, 1956-57).
Cardillac in the former is interpreted as an artist who does not feel bound by moral codes, Scuderi as having moral principles but only a superficial understanding of art, and the novella as a whole as suggesting that any society that neglects either will fail its citizens.
And so this year the Opera of the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre presented Hindemith's Cardillac (for the first time ever in Ostrava and the first Czech staging for 84 years) and for 2012 is preparing Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress.
Ya en su epoca, esa obra padecio la incomprension a manos de varios directores de los teatros parisinos, quienes se negaron a aceptar la superproduccion biblica de tan pudibundas lujurias, con una tiesa linea expresiva afin a Hindemith (1895-1963) en Cardillac (1926 rev-1952), cuando pretende corporeizar las encontradas tensiones pasionales de sus personajes mediante una severa, arida, invencion a tres voces: ejercicio insipido cuanto pulido y atildado, merecedor por lo tanto de aquella presea escasamente codiciada (que antes hizo suya Saint-Saens): "La Monotes".