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Although there had been sporadic performances of the operas of Monteverdi in the 20th century, Raymond Leppard was instrumental in bringing them, as well as the operas of Cavalli, to the sustained attention of broad audiences, and for that, music lovers will forever be in his debt. The modern Monteverdi renaissance began with Leppard's introduction of The Coronation of Poppea at the 1962 Glyndebourne Festival, and this recording of the opera, in the English translation of Geoffrey Dunn, comes from a live 1971 performance at ...

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