Table of contents for From Garrick to Gluck : essays on opera in the age of Enlightenment / Daniel Heartz ; edited by John A. Rice.

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Contents
List of Abbreviations
List of Illustrations
Editor's Preface
Overture: Les Lumières
Opera Buffa
1	Vis Comica: Goldoni, Galuppi, and L'Arcadia in Brenta
2	The Creation of the Buffo Finale
3	Goldoni, Opera Buffa, and Mozart's Advent in Vienna
Opera Seria
4	Metastasio, "Maestro dei maestri di capella drammatici"
5	Hasse, Galuppi, and Metastasio
6	Farinelli and Metastasio, Rival Twins of Public Favour
7	Farinelli Revisited: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous
Opéra-comique
8	Terpsichore at the Fair: Old and New Dance Airs in Two
	Vaudeville Comedies by Lesage
9	Watteau's Italian Comedians
10	The Beggar's Opera and Opéra-comiques en vaudevilles
11	The Beginnings of the Operatic Romance: Rousseau, Sedaine, 	and Monsigny
The Querelle des Bouffons
12	Grimm's Le petit prophète de Boemischbroda
13	Italian by Intention, French of Necessity: Rousseau's Le
	devin de village
14	Diderot and the Lyric Theater: "The New Style Proposed by Le
	neveu de Rameau
Reform Operas
15	From Garrick to Gluck: The Reform of Theater and Opera in 	the Mid Eighteenth Century
16	Traetta in Parma: Ippolito ed Aricia
17	Traetta in Vienna: Armida and Ifigenia in Tauride
18	Orfeo ed Euridice: Some Criticisms, Revisions, and Stage-	Realizations during Gluck's Lifetime 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Opera -- 18th century.
Enlightenment.