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English: Florence Easton in "Saint Elizabeth".Photograph by Herman Mishkin

Identifier: morechaptersofop00kreh (find matches)
Title: More chapters of opera : being historical and critical observations and records concerning the lyric drama in New York from 1908 to 1918
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Krehbiel, Henry Edward, 1854-1923
Subjects: Opera
Publisher: New York : H. Holt and company
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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suggestion for his oratorio. Otto Roquette put the pictures into words, and Liszt, grouping the text into two divisions, set it to music of a partly dramatic, partly epical kind. The scenes may be briefly described thus: I. Arrival of Elizabeth as a child at the Wartburg. She is accompanied by magnates of her native Hungary, and is received with joy by a group of children, who are to be her playmates, and by the Thuringian nobility. II. Elizabeth has grown to maturity and been married to Ludwig of Thuringia, to whom she had been betrothed as a child and who had succeeded his father, Hermann, as Landgrave. On a hunting expedition Ludwig detects her carrying bread and wine to the poor, contrary to his commands. He upbraids her, but, though she confesses her pious guilt, when her basket is opened it is discovered that the viands have been miraculously changed to roses. III. The miracle turns the Landgraves mind to piety, and at the head of his vassals he starts out on a crusade to the Holy Land.
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Florence Easton In Saint Elizabeth A HUNGARIAN SAINT AND TANNHAUSER 405 IV. There he dies, and his mother, Landgravine Sophie, usurps Elizabeths rights and drives her out of the Wartburg. V. Elizabeth dies surrounded by the poor whom she had befriended and with whom she shares her last crust of bread. VI. She is buried with solemn pomp in the Cathedral in the presence of the Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, a magnificent company of German and Hungarian bishops and a large concourse of people. The circumstance that the scene of the oratorio or opera (Liszt called it a Legend, though it mixes historical and mythical material) is the Wartburg, near Eisenach, and that two of the characters bear the names of people who figure, as does the scene, in Wagners Tannhauser, is calculated to cause a little confusion in the minds of some people touching the relationship existing between the two works. Tannhauser deals with a contest of minstrelsy held in the Wartburg at the instance of Hermann, Land-g

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Florence Easton in "Saint Elizabeth".Photograph by Herman Mishkin Identifier: morechaptersofop00kreh (find matches) Title: More chapters of opera : being historical and critical observations and records concerning the lyric drama in New York from 1908 to 1918 Year: 1919 (1910s) Authors: Krehbiel, Henry Edward, 1854-1923 Subjects: Opera Publisher: New York : H. Holt and company Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: suggestion for his oratorio. Otto Roquette put the pictures into words, and Liszt, grouping the text into two divisions, set it to music of a partly dramatic, partly epical kind. The scenes may be briefly described thus: I. Arrival of Elizabeth as a child at the Wartburg. She is accompanied by magnates of her native Hungary, and is received with joy by a group of children, who are to be her playmates, and by the Thuringian nobility. II. Elizabeth has grown to maturity and been married to Ludwig of Thuringia, to whom she had been betrothed as a child and who had succeeded his father, Hermann, as Landgrave. On a hunting expedition Ludwig detects her carrying bread and wine to the poor, contrary to his commands. He upbraids her, but, though she confesses her pious guilt, when her basket is opened it is discovered that the viands have been miraculously changed to roses. III. The miracle turns the Landgraves mind to piety, and at the head of his vassals he starts out on a crusade to the Holy Land. Text Appearing After Image: Florence Easton In Saint Elizabeth A HUNGARIAN SAINT AND TANNHAUSER 405 IV. There he dies, and his mother, Landgravine Sophie, usurps Elizabeths rights and drives her out of the Wartburg. V. Elizabeth dies surrounded by the poor whom she had bef
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