19 jun. 2018

¡Bienvenidos a la ópera, juristas, el mayor espectáculo del mundo!


Filippo Annunziata • Giorgio Fabio Colombo (Eds.)
Law and Opera
Cham Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG 2018, 416 pp.
ISBN 978-3-319-68648-6
ISBN 978-3-319-68649-3 (eBook)

This book explores the various connections between Law and Opera, providing a comprehensive, multinational, and multidisciplinary (with approaches from jurists, philosophers, musicologist, historians) resource on the subject. Further, it makes a valuable contribution to studies on law and the humanities. While, for example, the relationship between law and literature has been extensively researched, the relationship between Law and Opera remains largely overlooked. The book approaches the topic from three perspectives in three main sections: Law in Opera, Law on Opera, and Law around Opera.


Law in the Opera, Law on the Opera, Law Around the Opera:
A Multidisciplinary Approach
Filippo Annunziata and Giorgio Fabio Colombo

Part I Law in Opera

Scalia/Ginsburg: The Rhythm of the US Federal Supreme Court
Francesca Benatti

Exile and Identity: Findings of Fact and Opinions of Law,
in Bellini’s La Straniera
Louis Bertone

Fiat iustitia et pereat mundus. The Tragic Conflicts of the Judge
in I Due Foscari
Angelo Pio Buffo
“That May Be Japanese Law . . . but Not in My Country!” Marriage,
Divorce, and Private International Law in Giacomo Puccini’s Madama
Giorgio Fabio Colombo, Masabumi Suzuki, and Dai Yokomizo

Crime, Prosecution, and Justice in Giuseppe Verdi’s Otello
Alessandro Accinni and Paolo di Felice

The Marriage of Figaro and the Sunset of Ancien Régime Legacy
on Modern Legal Culture
Elena Falletti

Legal Issues in Italian Opera
Silvia Ferreri

Part III Law Around Opera

Law, Opera, and the Baroque Mentality Contradictions, Paradoxes,
and Dialogues
Marcilio Toscano Franca Filho and Mariana Lima Maia

Beethoven’s Ninth and the Quest for a European Identity:
A Law and Music Perspective
Giorgio Resta

The Current International and Musical Society
Gustavo Troccoli Carvalho de Negreiros

Nemorino’s Plagiarism: Copyright and Circulation
of Texts in the Golden Age of Italian Opera
Filippo Annunziata

Filippo Annunziata, Angelo Sraffa Department of Legal Studies, Bocconi Universtiy Milan, Italy
Giorgio Fabio Colombo, Graduate School of Law. Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
George Herbert Baker (1878-1943). Night at the Opera (ca. 1910)
Richmond Art Museum. IN. EEUU

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