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Music of all kinds thrived at the electoral court of Carl Theodor, whose orchestra was called "an army of generals" by Charles Burney. This edition presents for the first time most of the surviving ballet music performed at Mannheim in the 1760s and 1770s. Each ballet is complete and newly engraved in full score and includes an introduction to the music, translations of th Music of all kinds thrived at the electoral court of Carl Theodor, whose orchestra was called "an army of generals" by Charles Burney. This edition presents for the first time most of the surviving ballet music performed at Mannheim in the 1760s and 1770s. Each ballet is complete and newly engraved in full score and includes an introduction to the music, translations of the scenarios, and information on the sources, composers, ballet masters, and the famous orchestra. The edition will be a major contribution to the study of the development of dramatic ballet in the latter half of the eighteenth century.


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Music of all kinds thrived at the electoral court of Carl Theodor, whose orchestra was called "an army of generals" by Charles Burney. This edition presents for the first time most of the surviving ballet music performed at Mannheim in the 1760s and 1770s. Each ballet is complete and newly engraved in full score and includes an introduction to the music, translations of th Music of all kinds thrived at the electoral court of Carl Theodor, whose orchestra was called "an army of generals" by Charles Burney. This edition presents for the first time most of the surviving ballet music performed at Mannheim in the 1760s and 1770s. Each ballet is complete and newly engraved in full score and includes an introduction to the music, translations of the scenarios, and information on the sources, composers, ballet masters, and the famous orchestra. The edition will be a major contribution to the study of the development of dramatic ballet in the latter half of the eighteenth century.

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