Sopranos, mezzos, tenors, bassos, and other friends
Unique and compelling portraits of the greatest stars from the world of opera. A deft combination of text and photographs, this exciting book evokes the drama and passion that is the grand opera. It's all here: personal and professional tensions, quirks, habits, explosions, and the agonies and the ecstasies of the great singers and conductors of our time.50 duotone illustrations.
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The Sopranos and Mezzos
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