Opera in America: A Cultural History

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Dizikes tells how opera, steeped in European aristocratic tradition, was transplanted into the democratic cultural environment of America. With a wealth of colorful detail, he describes how operas were performed and received in small towns, covers the African American contribution to operatic history, and more. 128 illus.

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