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Power and Seduction
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This volume opens a new series by the Don Juan Archiv Wien: Don Juan Studies, dedicated to the topic of Don Juan as a fascinating cultural subject of literature and theatre from the early 17th century up to the present day. Da Ponte's and Mozart's Don Giovanni (Prague 1787) was performed in New York for the first time in 1826, twenty-one years after Da Ponte emigrated to the United States. In that same year in New York Da Ponte published Tre drammi, namely Don Giovanni, Figaro (Vienna 1786) and Axur (Vienna 1788), whose libretti explore the themes of power and seduction in different and subtle ways. This book investigates the dissemination and cultural transfer of these three operas, and especially the way in which Don Giovanni was received in North America, with particular attention to the specific social and cultural conditions Da Ponte encountered in the New World.

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Power and Seduction
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This volume opens a new series by the Don Juan Archiv Wien: Don Juan Studies, dedicated to the topic of Don Juan as a fascinating cultural subject of literature and theatre from the early 17th century up to the present day. Da Ponte’s and Mozart’s Don Giovanni (Prague 1787) was performed in New York for the first time in 1826, twenty-one years after Da Ponte emigrated to the United States. In that same year in New York Da Ponte published Tre drammi, namely Don Giovanni, Figaro (Vienna 1786) and Axur (Vienna 1788), whose libretti explore the themes of power and seduction in different and subtle ways. This book investigates the dissemination and cultural transfer of these three operas, and especially the way in which Don Giovanni was received in North America, with particular attention to the specific social and cultural conditions Da Ponte encountered in the New World.

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Stefan Polónyi
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Since the 1950s Stefan Polónyi has realized a large number of buildings of all kinds from his Cologne office, working with famous architects all over the world. In his view, load-bearing structure, form and function have to form an indissoluble entity, and thus create an aesthetic appearance: beauty feeds on structural consistency. Architects who have worked with Polónyi see this ambitious claim as something that has enriched their own design process. First of all Polónyi, working with Josef Lehmbrock and Fritz Schaller, developed bold folded structures and shells for church buildings, and this at a time before statical calculations were not done by computer, but a lot of things still had to be tried out in model form. Polónyi cooperated closely with Oswald Mathias Ungers on the Galle-ria for the Frankfurter Messe, among other projects. He made the flying roof for Axel Schultes’ Kunstmuseum Bonn possible, and also the undulating metal ceiling in the auditorium of Rem Koolhaas’ Nederlands Dans Theater and the umbrella-like roofing for the approach tracks in Cologne’s main station. Polónyi’s bridges, built from the 1990s in the Ruhr District, have become landmarks in the meantime with their red curved tubes as a structural and aesthetic element. Today he creates his bridges as buildings over the river, so-called Living Bridges. Polónyi’s wide range of professional experience had a considerable bearing on his teaching at Berlin and Dortmund Technical Universities. Working with architects Harald Deilmann and Josef Paul Kleihues, Polónyi established the »Dortmund Model for the Building Sciences«. It provides joint training for architects and civil engineers in a single faculty. The present book is appearing to accompany the exhibition of the same name in the »Dortmun-der U«. The essays address specific aspects of Polónyi’s work. So Karl-Eugen Kurrer and Ulrich Pfammatter look at the development of structural analysis and the resultant distinction drawn between the professional territories of the civil engineer and the architect. Patrik Schumacher, partner in Zaha Hadid’s practice, represents a current po- sition in terms of cooperation between the two disciplines. Katrin Lichtenstein’s account of the Dort-mund Model and Atilla Ötes’ view of the current study situation consider the effect on training and teaching. Sonja Hnilica analyses the folding systems and shells in the church projects, and Polónyi presents his bridges, including the designs for the Living Bridges. Ursula Kleefisch-Jobst and Peter Köddermann from the M:AI Museum für Architektur und Inge-nieurkunst NRW and Katrin Lichtenstein and Wolf-gang Sonne from the A:AI Archiv für Architektur und Ingenieurbaukunst NRW at the TU in Dortmund represent the cooperation that has taken place between the two institutions for the exhibition and the present book.

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Stefan Polónyi
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Since the 1950s Stefan Polónyi has realized a large number of buildings of all kinds from his Cologne office, working with famous architects all over the world. In his view, load-bearing structure, form and function have to form an indissoluble entity, and thus create an aesthetic appearance: beauty feeds on structural consistency. Architects who have worked with Polónyi see this ambitious claim as something that has enriched their own design process. First of all Polónyi, working with Josef Lehmbrock and Fritz Schaller, developed bold folded structures and shells for church buildings, and this at a time before statical calculations were not done by computer, but a lot of things still had to be tried out in model form. Polónyi cooperated closely with Oswald Mathias Ungers on the Galle-ria for the Frankfurter Messe, among other projects. He made the flying roof for Axel Schultes’ Kunstmuseum Bonn possible, and also the undulating metal ceiling in the auditorium of Rem Koolhaas’ Nederlands Dans Theater and the umbrella-like roofing for the approach tracks in Cologne’s main station. Polónyi’s bridges, built from the 1990s in the Ruhr District, have become landmarks in the meantime with their red curved tubes as a structural and aesthetic element. Today he creates his bridges as buildings over the river, so-called Living Bridges. Polónyi’s wide range of professional experience had a considerable bearing on his teaching at Berlin and Dortmund Technical Universities. Working with architects Harald Deilmann and Josef Paul Kleihues, Polónyi established the »Dortmund Model for the Building Sciences«. It provides joint training for architects and civil engineers in a single faculty. The present book is appearing to accompany the exhibition of the same name in the »Dortmun-der U«. The essays address specific aspects of Polónyi’s work. So Karl-Eugen Kurrer and Ulrich Pfammatter look at the development of structural analysis and the resultant distinction drawn between the professional territories of the civil engineer and the architect. Patrik Schumacher, partner in Zaha Hadid’s practice, represents a current po- sition in terms of cooperation between the two disciplines. Katrin Lichtenstein’s account of the Dort-mund Model and Atilla Ötes’ view of the current study situation consider the effect on training and teaching. Sonja Hnilica analyses the folding systems and shells in the church projects, and Polónyi presents his bridges, including the designs for the Living Bridges. Ursula Kleefisch-Jobst and Peter Köddermann from the M:AI Museum für Architektur und Inge-nieurkunst NRW and Katrin Lichtenstein and Wolf-gang Sonne from the A:AI Archiv für Architektur und Ingenieurbaukunst NRW at the TU in Dortmund represent the cooperation that has taken place between the two institutions for the exhibition and the present book.

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Power and Seduction
65,00 € *
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This volume opens a new series by the Don Juan Archiv Wien: Don Juan Studies, dedicated to the topic of Don Juan as a fascinating cultural subject of literature and theatre from the early 17th century up to the present day. Da Ponte’s and Mozart’s Don Giovanni (Prague 1787) was performed in New York for the first time in 1826, twenty-one years after Da Ponte emigrated to the United States. In that same year in New York Da Ponte published Tre drammi, namely Don Giovanni, Figaro (Vienna 1786) and Axur (Vienna 1788), whose libretti explore the themes of power and seduction in different and subtle ways. This book investigates the dissemination and cultural transfer of these three operas, and especially the way in which Don Giovanni was received in North America, with particular attention to the specific social and cultural conditions Da Ponte encountered in the New World.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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