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disscusion and analusis on Rimskii korsakov golden cockerel
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Rimsky Korsakov Golden Cockerel Student name: Subject: Professor: December 2, 2012 Rimsky Korsakov Golden Cockerel Introduction. Opera is one the music-based art genres. The research delves on satire. The research delves on Golden Cockerel themes. The satire, Golden Cockerel opera, pokes fun at real life issues…
The story centers on making the audience happily laugh after seeing the entire opera. One such satiric scene is the small fragile powerless Golden Cockerel easily killing of the strongly overpowering king. Another satiric scene is king’s being late to save his sons from the deadly onslaught of the enemy army. A third satiric opera scene is disloyal astrologer’s forcing his superior king to turn over the Shemakha queen to the astrologer. The king was right to kill the astrologer. Viewing the Youtube Video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gva90C_7NeQ, Olga Trifonova played the important musical parts of the play, as the lead singer. Olga is the soprano of the Rimksy-Korsakov tragedy. Music, text, etc. of Nationalism and Exoticism. The opera musical score is excellently orchestrated. The characters are assigned different singing voice levels. King Dodon sings the bass tone. Prince Guidon sings using the tenor tone. Prince Afron sings using the baritone tone. General Polkan sings using the bass tone. Armelfa, the royal housekeeper sings using the contralto tone. The Astroloer sings using the tenor tone. The queen of Shemakha sings using the soprano tone. Lastly, the Golden Cockeral sings using the soprano tone (Osborne 2007, 362). ...
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