The Play of Daniel: Critical Essays (Early Drama, Art, and Music Monograph Series)

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The Play of Daniel from Beauvais was the first medieval music-drama to be staged in a popular modern production by the legendary Noah Greenberg's New York Pro Musica. This book provides for the first time a critical introduction to the staging and production, music, and setting of the play in its architectural and historical context. It also reproduces the pages in the manuscript which contain the play in facsimile, and it provides a new and faithful transcription of the music as well as a fresh translation of the text by A. Marcel J. Zijlstra of the Schola Cantorum Quem Quaeritis of the Netherlands, a group which performs regularly at the Utrecht Festival.

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Dunbar H. Ogden is a professor of theater, dance, and performance studies at the University of California, Berkley.

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