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Table Of Contents: January 1995
Madama Butterfly and Japonisme
Vol. 59, No. 8
Victoria De Los Angeles
Madama Butterfly, Die Fledermaus
The Lady Vanishes
's lost consulate act. By ARTHUR GROOS
Veteran soprano De Los Angeles is cultivating a whole new generation of fans. By CORI ELLISON
Bridge of Dreams
How the mystique of the Far East led to the rise of
. By JOSEPH KESTNER
is Thea Musgrave's newest opera. By JANICE HAMER
Sight and Sound
Dream Gear. By HANS FANTEL
Broadcast of January 14:
Report from the U.K.
Broadcast of January 7:
Coda: Anniversary Waltz
By F. PAUL DRISCOLL
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For soprano Kiri Deonarine the Met was never an unfamiliar place. She was a regular backstage as a child, when her father, baritone Kim Josephson, was singing there.
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, Plácido Domingo still evinces a brilliance and clarity that most singers would kill for.
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