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Start-Up At the New Met.

Start-Up At the New Met

Paul Jackson

Amadeus Press

c/o Hal Leonard Corporation

512 Newark Pompton Turnpike, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444

1574671472 $49.95 www.amadeuspress.com 1-800-637-2852

Music professor and critic Paul Jackson's last two books on the Metropolitan Opera were published to much acclaim, and here he expands his survey by examining the period from 1966-76 when the opera house moved from its old locale to modern housing at Lincoln Center. Any involved in opera on more than a casual level, and with Met history in particular, will relish this in-depth survey of this transitional period along with analysis of performances and legendary opera stars. A hundred photos of performers and performances lends excitement and depth to a survey any college-level collection strong in opera history will want.
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