Keiser

Keiser

Reinhard Keiser was a popular German opera composer based in Hamburg. He wrote over a hundred operas.

He helped transition opera from the mid-baroque idea of it, to the late-baroque idea of it. He not only did that, but even introduced a more varied type of aria into his operas, with more passive arias, and also faster arias being introduced into his bilinugal and non-bilinugal operas all by the 1703-04 season, with his five-star works, Nebukadnezar, and Salomon.

Display: List / Grid
Show:
Sort By:
Keiser - Die Grossmutige Tomyris
Reinhard Keiser, the "Honour of Germany", baroque contemporary of Handel and Telemann, composed more..
£15.99