IL TEATRO DI CEFALU'FRA STORIA E RESTAURO

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The author is the restoration of the Municipal Theater of Cefalu "Salvatore Cicero" built between 1813 and 1817 by framing the specific history of the factory in the broader international scene from the famous Theatre of Besançon, with bell-shaped, designed by Claude- Nicolas Ledoux, until the formation of the type "horseshoe" typical of the Italian theater that is consolidated between the XVIII and XIX with the construction of famous buildings such as the Teatro Argentina in Rome (1732), the San Carlo in Naples (1737), the Teatro alla Scala in Milan (1778), la Fenice in Venice (1792). Discusses methods and aims of the critical restoration compared with the historical peculiarities of the Cefalu theater that, being crossed inside the megalithic walls of the city,
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationAGATHON- NOTIZIARIO DEL DOTTORATO DI RICERCA "RECUPERO E FRUIZIONE DEI CONTESTI ANTICHI"
Pages35-36
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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Asta, F. (2008). IL TEATRO DI CEFALU'FRA STORIA E RESTAURO. In AGATHON- NOTIZIARIO DEL DOTTORATO DI RICERCA "RECUPERO E FRUIZIONE DEI CONTESTI ANTICHI" (pp. 35-36)