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Otto Preminger's Carmen : from French opera to American swing

Abstract : This volume offers new contributions to international scholarship on musical films (1927–1961), focusing in particular on the relationships between entertainment genres such as operetta, café music, music hall, cabaret, revue that were prominent during the early years of film. In this volume twenty scholars investigate a number of significant aspects of the topic, exploring the interrelations and possible borrowings between European film culture (including some reference to Eastern European film culture), and the musical theatre and film tradition of the United States. The authors featured are: Lauren Acton, Beatrice Birardi, Antonio Caroccia, Marija Ćirić, Jonathan De Souza, James Deutsch, Alexandra Grabarchuk, Clara Huber, Ryan P. Jones, Raymond Knapp, Isabelle Le Corff, Sergio Miceli, Matilde Olarte, Jaume Radigales, Elena Redaelli, Marida Rizzuti, Cécile Vendramini, Isabel Villanueva, Delphine Vincent, Emile Wennekes, Leanne Wood, Iryna Yaroshchuk.
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Isabelle Le Corff, Cécile Vendramini. Otto Preminger's Carmen : from French opera to American swing. Massimiliano Sala. From stage to screen musical films in Europe and the United States (1927-1961), 19, Brepols Publishers, 2012, Speculum Musicae, 9782503546148. ⟨hal-01113642⟩

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