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Acis and Galatea (HWV 49) is a musical work by George Frideric Handel with an English text by John Gay. The work has been variously described as a serenata, a masque, a pastoral or pastoral opera, a "little opera" (in a letter by the composer while it was being written), an entertainment and by the New Grove Dictionary of Music as an oratorio. The work was originally devised as a one-act masque which premiered in 1718. Handel later adapted the piece into a three-act serenata for the Italian opera troupe in London in 1732, which incorporated a number of songs (still in Italian) from Aci, Galatea e Polifemo, his 1708 setting of the same story to different music. He later adapted the original English work into a two-act work in 1739. Acis and Galatea was the pinnacle of pastoral opera in England. Indeed, several writers, such as musicologist Stanley Sadie, consider it the greatest pastoral opera ever composed. As is typical of the genre, Acis and Galatea was written as a courtly entertainment about the simplicity of rural life and contains a significant amount of wit and self-parody. The secondary characters, Polyphemus and Damon, provide a significant amount of humor without diminishing the pathos of the tragedy of the primary characters, Acis and Galatea. The music of the first act is both elegant and sensual, while the final act takes on a more melancholy and plaintive tone. The opera was significantly influenced by the pastoral operas presented at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane during the early 18th century. Reinhard Keiser and Henry Purcell also served as influences, but overall the conception and execution of the work is wholly individual to Handel. Acis and Galatea was by far Handel's most popular dramatic work and is his only stage work never to have left the opera repertory. The opera has been adapted numerous times since its premiere, with a notable arrangement being made by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1788. Handel never gave the work in the form in which it is generally heard today, since it contains music which, while by Handel, was never added by him. Acis and Galatea (en anglès, Acis i Galatea) és una òpera en dos actes de Georg Friedrich Händel, estrenada amb molt d'èxit en la localitat anglesa de Cannon l'any 1718. Acis and Galatea (HWV 49) ist eine Masque (manchmal auch als Oratorium oder von Mozart in seiner Bearbeitung als Pastorale bezeichnet) von Georg Friedrich Händel. Acis and Galatea (HWV 49) är ett musikaliskt verk av Georg Friedrich Händel med text av John Gay. Verket har ibland beskrivits som en , en masque, en pastoral eller pastoral opera, en "liten opera" (i ett brev från tonsättaren medan han arbetade med den) och till och med, felaktigt, ett oratorium. Verket var från början tänkt som ett maskspel i en akt då det hade premiär 1718. Händel gjorde senare om det till en "serenata" i tre akter för den italienska operatrupp han hade i London 1732 och infogade då ett antal sånger som interfolierades med originalets engelska. Han gjorde senare om verket till en opera i två akter 1739. 아시스와 갈라테아(Acis and Galatea, HWV 49a -1718/ HWV 49b - 1732년)는 게오르크 프리드리히 헨델이 작곡한 영어 전원 오페라 혹은 가면극이다. 헨델이 영국의 캐논에 살고 있는 동안( 제1 공작인 가 ), 1717년 의 오비디우스 영어 이 발간되었고, 1718년 여름 동안 존 게이, 알렉산더 포프, 존 휴스가 그 중 “아시스, 폴리페모스, 갈라테아의 이야기”를 빌려서, 가사를 작성하였다. 1732년 헨델은 이 작품을 수정하고 3막으로 늘렸다. 이 작품이 으로 올려졌는지, 인지, 연주회 작품으로 공연되었는지 분명치 않다. 합창에 배정된 부분은 현대 이탈리아 를 가진 작품과 연결된다. 대본은 오비디우스의 "변신이야기", 제13권의 "와 갈라테아"에 기초되었다. 이는 1722년에 처음 발간되고, 마침내 오늘날 일반적으로 공연하는 2막의 작품으로 되기전 까지 수많은 이 있었다. "아시스와 갈라테아"는 다양한 형식으로 수많은 공연이 있었으며, 작곡가의 생애동안 헨델의 가장 널리 공연되는 드라마적인 작품이었다. 헨델은 자주 그의 새 작품에서 예전 것을 재사용하였고, "아시스와 갈라테아"도 예외는 아니었다. 이는 그의 칸타타인 "Aci, Galatea e Polifemo (1708년)"의 일부를 포함할 뿐만 아니라, 그의 이탈리아어 칸타타도 사용되었다. 이 작품에서 아마도 가장 잘 알려진 아리아는 베이스 인 "I rage, I melt, I burn"와 테너의 아리아이다. "Love in her eyes sits playing" 1788년 볼프강 아마데우스 모차르트는 이 작품을, 그의 후원자인 남작을 위해 재편곡하였다. Acis y Galatea (Acis and Galatea en inglés, HWV 49) es una obra musical de Georg Friedrich Händel con un texto en inglés de John Gay. La obra se ha descrito de diversas maneras como una serenata, una masque, una pastoral u , una "pequeña ópera" (en una carta del compositor mientras la escribía), un entretenimiento y en The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians un oratorio. Acis and Galatea (HWV 49a/49b) est un semi-opéra en deux actes de Georg Friedrich Haendel, texte en anglais de John Gay incorporant des adaptations ou des pages originales d'autres auteurs dont Pope et Dryden, d'après la légende d'Acis et Galatée tirée des Métamorphoses d'Ovide. Il fut probablement écrit et créé à Cannons (où Haendel réside alors chez James Brydges, futur duc de Chandos) entre 1718 et 1720 puis représenté officiellement et dans sa version définitive à Londres en 1731. La légende : Galatée (soprano), une nymphe demi-divine aime le berger Acis (ténor) d'une passion partagée. Leur idylle est interrompue par le cyclope Polyphème (basse), également amoureux de Galatée. Polyphème écrase Acis sous un rocher. Galatée, brisée par la douleur, métamorphose Acis en un ruisseau. Haendel avait déjà traité le sujet dans la sérénade Aci, Galatea e Polifemo composée pendant son séjour en Italie, dont il réutilisa une partie dans ses versions ultérieures de l'œuvre. La même légende avait déjà inspiré Jean-Baptiste Lully en 1686 pour sa pastorale héroïque Acis et Galatée. Aci e Galatea (HWV 49) è una composizione musicale di Georg Friedrich Händel con un testo inglese di John Gay. Il lavoro è stato definito in vari modi come una serenata, un masque, una pastorale o opera pastorale, una "piccola opera" (in una lettera del compositore mentre veniva scritta), un divertimento e nel Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians un oratorio. Il lavoro fu originariamente concepito come un masque in un atto e la prima fu eseguita nel 1718. Händel più tardi adattò il lavoro in una serenata in tre atti per la compagnia d'opera italiana a Londra nel 1732, che comprendeva un certo numero di brani (sempre in italiano) da Aci, Galatea e Polifemo, la sua ambientazione del 1708 della stessa storia con musica diversa. In seguito adattò l'opera originale inglese in un'opera in due atti nel 1739. Aci e Galatea è stata la massima espressione dell'opera pastorale in Inghilterra. In effetti, molti scrittori, come il musicologo Stanley Sadie, la considerano la più grande opera pastorale mai composta. Come è tipico del genere, Aci e Galatea è stato scritto come un intrattenimento di corte sulla semplicità della vita rurale e contiene una quantità significativa di arguzia e di auto-parodia. I personaggi secondari, Polifemo e Damon, contribuiscono con una notevole dose di umorismo senza diminuire il pathos della tragedia dei personaggi principali, Aci e Galatea. La musica del primo atto è allo stesso tempo elegante e sensuale, mentre l'atto finale assume un tono più malinconico e lamentoso. L'opera è stata notevolmente influenzata dalle opere pastorali presentate al Theatre Royal, Drury Lane durante il XVIII secolo. Reinhard Keiser ed Henry Purcell hanno anch'essi influenzato, ma nel complesso la concezione e l'esecuzione del lavoro è completamente personale di Händel. Aci e Galatea è stata di gran lunga la più popolare opera drammatica di Händel, ed è la sua unica opera teatrale a non aver mai lasciato il repertorio operistico. L'opera è stata adattata numerose volte dalla sua prima, con un arrangiamento importante compiuto da Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart nel 1788. Händel non ha mai eseguito l'opera nella forma in cui è generalmente ascoltata oggi, dal momento che non tutta la musica che contiene, sebbene sia di Händel, è stata aggiunta da lui. 『エイシスとガラテア』(Acis and Galatea)HWV 49は、ゲオルク・フリードリヒ・ヘンデルが作曲した牧歌劇。オウィディウス『変身物語』の中の青年アーキスとニュンペーのガラテイアの物語にもとづく。 もともと私的に上演する仮面劇として1718年ごろに作曲されたが、その後さまざまな形式に編曲されている。現在では2幕ものの英語のオペラとして上演されることが多い。 ヘンデルのイタリア語オペラがその没後忘れ去られたのに対し、『エイシスとガラテア』はオラトリオ作品とともに生き残った。
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아시스와 갈라테아(Acis and Galatea, HWV 49a -1718/ HWV 49b - 1732년)는 게오르크 프리드리히 헨델이 작곡한 영어 전원 오페라 혹은 가면극이다. 헨델이 영국의 캐논에 살고 있는 동안( 제1 공작인 가 ), 1717년 의 오비디우스 영어 이 발간되었고, 1718년 여름 동안 존 게이, 알렉산더 포프, 존 휴스가 그 중 “아시스, 폴리페모스, 갈라테아의 이야기”를 빌려서, 가사를 작성하였다. 1732년 헨델은 이 작품을 수정하고 3막으로 늘렸다. 1788년 볼프강 아마데우스 모차르트는 이 작품을, 그의 후원자인 남작을 위해 재편곡하였다. Acis and Galatea (HWV 49) is a musical work by George Frideric Handel with an English text by John Gay. The work has been variously described as a serenata, a masque, a pastoral or pastoral opera, a "little opera" (in a letter by the composer while it was being written), an entertainment and by the New Grove Dictionary of Music as an oratorio. The work was originally devised as a one-act masque which premiered in 1718. Acis and Galatea (en anglès, Acis i Galatea) és una òpera en dos actes de Georg Friedrich Händel, estrenada amb molt d'èxit en la localitat anglesa de Cannon l'any 1718. Acis and Galatea (HWV 49) är ett musikaliskt verk av Georg Friedrich Händel med text av John Gay. Verket har ibland beskrivits som en , en masque, en pastoral eller pastoral opera, en "liten opera" (i ett brev från tonsättaren medan han arbetade med den) och till och med, felaktigt, ett oratorium. Verket var från början tänkt som ett maskspel i en akt då det hade premiär 1718. Händel gjorde senare om det till en "serenata" i tre akter för den italienska operatrupp han hade i London 1732 och infogade då ett antal sånger som interfolierades med originalets engelska. Han gjorde senare om verket till en opera i två akter 1739. Aci e Galatea (HWV 49) è una composizione musicale di Georg Friedrich Händel con un testo inglese di John Gay. Il lavoro è stato definito in vari modi come una serenata, un masque, una pastorale o opera pastorale, una "piccola opera" (in una lettera del compositore mentre veniva scritta), un divertimento e nel Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians un oratorio. Il lavoro fu originariamente concepito come un masque in un atto e la prima fu eseguita nel 1718. Acis y Galatea (Acis and Galatea en inglés, HWV 49) es una obra musical de Georg Friedrich Händel con un texto en inglés de John Gay. La obra se ha descrito de diversas maneras como una serenata, una masque, una pastoral u , una "pequeña ópera" (en una carta del compositor mientras la escribía), un entretenimiento y en The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians un oratorio. Acis and Galatea (HWV 49) ist eine Masque (manchmal auch als Oratorium oder von Mozart in seiner Bearbeitung als Pastorale bezeichnet) von Georg Friedrich Händel. Acis and Galatea (HWV 49a/49b) est un semi-opéra en deux actes de Georg Friedrich Haendel, texte en anglais de John Gay incorporant des adaptations ou des pages originales d'autres auteurs dont Pope et Dryden, d'après la légende d'Acis et Galatée tirée des Métamorphoses d'Ovide. Il fut probablement écrit et créé à Cannons (où Haendel réside alors chez James Brydges, futur duc de Chandos) entre 1718 et 1720 puis représenté officiellement et dans sa version définitive à Londres en 1731. La même légende avait déjà inspiré Jean-Baptiste Lully en 1686 pour sa pastorale héroïque Acis et Galatée. 『エイシスとガラテア』(Acis and Galatea)HWV 49は、ゲオルク・フリードリヒ・ヘンデルが作曲した牧歌劇。オウィディウス『変身物語』の中の青年アーキスとニュンペーのガラテイアの物語にもとづく。 もともと私的に上演する仮面劇として1718年ごろに作曲されたが、その後さまざまな形式に編曲されている。現在では2幕ものの英語のオペラとして上演されることが多い。 ヘンデルのイタリア語オペラがその没後忘れ去られたのに対し、『エイシスとガラテア』はオラトリオ作品とともに生き残った。
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