Mylo P.

asked • 10/01/17

A typical Baroque oratorio might include all of the following except:

A. Costumes, scenery, and acting
B. da capo arias
C. secco recitatives
D. the telling of a religious story

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Matt H. answered • 10/01/17

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Mark M.

The oratorio is a large scale performance, without costumes, and with a text based on religious themes. Three notable examples are Bach's Christmas Oratorio, Handle's Messiah, and Haydn's Creation.
 
A performance of an opera without sets and costumes is called a "staged" performance.
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Mark M.

Or sometimes a "concert" performance.
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