Johann Friedrich Reichardt and His Liederspiel "Liebe und Treue"

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The purpose of this investigation is to examine Reichardt's reasons for his development of the genre Liederspiel. A brief biographical sketch of Reichardt reveals an innovative character who was responsible for several developments within the history of music. The Liederspiel was particularly affected by the French vaudeville. However, an investigation into the character of each shows that they are really quite different. A translation of an article by Reichardt from the Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitun discloses the purpose of the composer in his presentation of the Liederspiel to the public. The first Liederspiel was Liebe und Treue and was a complete ... continued below

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iv, 129 leaves: music

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Peacock, Daniel F. May 1979.

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The purpose of this investigation is to examine Reichardt's reasons for his development of the genre Liederspiel. A brief biographical sketch of Reichardt reveals an innovative character who was responsible for several developments within the history of music. The Liederspiel was particularly affected by the French vaudeville. However, an investigation into the character of each shows that they are really quite different. A translation of an article by Reichardt from the Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitun discloses the purpose of the composer in his presentation of the Liederspiel to the public. The first Liederspiel was Liebe und Treue and was a complete success. The libretto and piano vocal score shows the construction of liebe und Treueand an English translation aids in its understanding.

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Peacock, Daniel F. Johann Friedrich Reichardt and His Liederspiel "Liebe und Treue", thesis, May 1979; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc504152/: accessed January 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .