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by Audrey Ekdahl Davidson
by Audrey Ekdahl Davidson.
by Audrey Ekdahl Davidson.
Includes bibliographic references and index. The Roskilde passion": p. 83-133.
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Drama was introduced to Britain from Europe by the Romans, and auditoriums were constructed across the country for this purpose. But England didn't exist until hundreds of years after the Romans left.
Clifford Davidson is professor emeritus of English and Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University.
Christianities before modernity. Early Drama, Art, and Music. Texts, translations, musical transcriptions and facsimiles of the Swedish music-dramas for Holy Week and Easter: "Depositio," "Elevatio," and "Visitatio Sepulchri.
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Clifford Davidson, Medieval Institute Publications, Early Drama, Art, and Music Monograph Series, 21 (Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University, 1994), 128–45. Butterworth, Philip, Magic on the Early English Stage (Cambridge University Press, 2005). Butterworth, Philip, ‘Prompting in Full View of the Audience: A Medieval Staging Convention’ in Drama and Community: People and Plays in Medieval Europe, ed. Alan Hindley, Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe, 1 (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 1999), 231–47.
During the Renaissance art and literature developed. As in Greece drama in England was in the beginning a religious thing. These dramatic performances with music were very pleasing and were played till the end of the 17th century. Soon the plays became more complicated. People liked to sing and act. Drama became a very popular genre of literature. The clergymen began playing some parts of Christ’s life in the church. The oldest plays in England were the Mysteries and Miracles which were performed on religious holidays. These were stories about saints and had many choral elementsin them. Professional actors travelled from town to town performing in innyards.
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