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Offenbach's operas were a significant force for cultural change, both in his own time and in the decades to follow. In this book, Laurence Senelick demonstrates the ways in which this musical phenomenon took hold globally, with Offenbach's work offering an alternative, irreverent, sexualized view of life which audiences found liberating, both personally and socially. In the theatre, the composer also inspired cutting-edge innovations in stagecraft and design, and in this book, he is recognized as a major cultural influence, with an extensive impact on the spheres of literature, art, film, and even politics. Senelick argues that Offenbach's importance spread far beyond France, and that his provocative and entertaining works, often seen as being more style than substance, influenced numerous key artists, writers, and thinkers, and made a major contribution to the development of modern society.


'At long last someone has written a brand new Offenbach book - in English. And what’s even better, it’s a great book full of historical facts mostly overlooked (or ignored) by the English language operetta world … Laurence Senelick paints a much more ‘gritty’ and ‘sexually charged’ picture of the genre and how it started in Paris and Vienna in the 1850s, asking what made operetta so revolutionary - and what made Offenbach so incredibly successful.'

Kevin Clarke Source: The Operetta Research Center

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