Buelow's ``Andromeda'' (1612) and Campeggi's ``Andromeda'' (1610)

Autor(en): Woesler, Winfried
Stichwörter: Literature; Literature, German, Dutch, Scandinavian
Erscheinungsdatum: 2016
Herausgeber: DIDIER-ERUDITION
Journal: ETUDES GERMANIQUES
Volumen: 71
Ausgabe: 4
Startseite: 545
Seitenende: 558
Zusammenfassung: 
Caspar Brulow's first latin drama ``Andromede'' was premiered at the academy of Strasbourg in 1612. Brulow could have been inspired by the libretto of Ridolfo Campeggi for the opera `Andromeda'' composed by Girolamo Giacobbi who lived in Bologna, which is lost today. Parallels in the arrangement of the myth lead to this assumption. The composer Thomas-Christophorus Walliser, Brulow's colleague, has been the link between Brulow and Bologna. Based on the model of the Italian opera, Walliser further created the choral songs for Brulow's drama.
ISSN: 00142115

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