Schlagwort-Archiv: chinoiserie

Axiamire, ou le roman chinois

 Axiamire ou Le roman chinois. (Paris: C. Barbin 1675)

Axiamire, ou le roman chinois (Paris: Barbin 1675)

  • Digitized:
    > Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (URN: urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb10780518-5)
    > Google Books (Original from Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, digitized 5 December 2011)
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie
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Savioli Corbelli: Bombenin

Alexander von Savioli Corbelli: Bombenin : eine aus dem Chinesischen übersetzte Geschichte; eine Zugabe zum hochadelichen Damenkalender in München für das Jahr 1774. ([München], 1774)

 

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Greenbank/Ross/Jones: San Toy [Musical Comedy]

[Harry Greenbank/Adrian Ross/Sidney Jones:]  San Toy = The Emperor’s own : a chinese musical comedy words by Edward Morton ; lyrics by Harry Greenbank & Adrian Ross ; music by Sidney Jones (London: [s.n.] 1899)

San Toy is a ‘Chinese’ musical comedy first performed in London in 1899 which enjoyed international success, for a synopsis see Fraser Charlton’s page San Toy <accessed March 31, 2013>.

 

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Jones: Lyric airs : consisting of speciments of Greek, Albanian, Walachian, Turkish, Arabian, Persian, Chinese and Moorish national songs a melodies

Edward Jones: Lyric airs. Consisting of speciments of Greek, Albanian, Walachian, Turkish, Arabian, Persian, Chinese and Moorish national songs a melodies; (being the first selection of he kind ever yet offered to the public), to which are added, basses for the harp, or pianoforte : likewise are subjoined, a few explanatory notes on the figures and movements of the modern Greek dances; with a short dissertation on the origins of the ancient Greek music by the editor, Edward Jones, Bard to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales (London: Printed for the author 1804)

For ‘Chinese’ music see p. 29: “Chin-chin-Joss. A Hymn, sung by the Chinese to their deity, Joss.

Edward Jones (1752–1824) was a Welsh harpist, bard/performer, and collector of music commonli known by the name of “Bardd y Brenin”. Apart his Muscial and Poetical Relics of the Welsh Bards (1784) he published this collection of more ‘exotic’ tunes. For a brief biography see the entry in Welsh Biography Online

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Grohmann: Ideen-Magazin für Architecten, Künstler und Handwerker

Johann Gottfried Grohmann: Ideen-Magazin für Architecten, Künstler und Handwerker (Leipzig: Baumgärtner’s Buchhandlung 1832-1842)

The Ideen-Magazin presents plates with architecutral sketches of buildings – in many of the issues there are Chinese-inspired pieces, e.g.: Volume 2, issue 11 (1836) shows a ‘floating garden’ inspired by Chinese gardens on plate 5, Volume 3, issue 3 (1837), issue 5 (1837) and issue 11 (1838) have more ‘Chinese’ bridges and pavillions, Volume 4. issue 8 (1841) has a kind of memorial arch.

 

Ideen-Magazin für Architecten, Künstler und Handwerker (1832)

Author: Grohmann, J. G. (Johann Gottfried), 1763-1805
Volume: 2
Subject: Landscape gardening; Garden structures; Country homes
Publisher: Leipzig : Baumgärtner’s Buchhandlung

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Ritter/Ritter: Der Mandarin, oder die gefoppten Chinesen. Komisches Singspiel in einem Aufzuge.

[Peter Ritter (music)/Heinrich Ritter (transl.)]: Der Mandarin, oder die gefoppten Chinesen. Komisches Singspiel in einem Aufzuge. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt von H. Ritter. Musik von P. Ritter [Libretto] (Stuttgart: Eichele [1821]))

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Mazzolà/Seydelmann: Das Ungeheuer, oder Liebe aus Dankbarkeit

Caterino Mazzolà (text)/Franz Seydelmann (composer): Das Ungeheuer, oder Liebe aus Dankbarkeit : Ein komisches Singspiel für das Churfürstliche Theater =   Il mostro ossia Da gratitudine amore [Libretto] (Dresden [1786.])

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Michl: Chaocungus. Tragoedia

Johann Joseph Ildephons Michl: Chaocungus. Tragoedia. Das ist: Heldenmüthige Treu Des Chaocungus Ersten Reichs-Mandarin An Dem Chinesisch-Kayserlichen Hof, Vorgestellet Auf der Schau-Bühne Von Dem Churfürstlichen Academischen Gymnasio der Gesellschafft Jesu zu Jngolstadt. Den 4. und 6. Herbstmonath 1736 (Ingolstadt: Schleig 1736)

  • Digitized: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (URN: urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb10885923-1)
  • Bibliographic reference: VD18 15246876-001
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

 

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La balance chinoise, ou lettres d’un chinois lettré, sur l’éducation …

La balance chinoise, ou lettres d’un chinois lettré, sur l’éducation contenant un paralelle de celle de la Chine avec celle de l’Europe (Amsterdam/Leipzig: Schreuder & Mortier 1763)

  • Digitized:
    > Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (URN: urn:nbn:de:bvb:12-bsb10762169-1)
    > Google Books (Original from Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, digitized 20 October 2011)
  • Bibliographic reference: BS 1856 (referring to an undated London edition)
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie
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