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Operetta: A Celebration
Vol. 60, No. 2
Soprano Marta Eggerth, star of great stage and screen operettas, still lives her life in 3/4 time. By BRIAN KELLOW
RICHARD TRAUBNER spotlights his favorite operetta recordings.
A Night in Venice with Naughty Marietta on the
BARRYMORE LAURENCE SCHERER pays tribute to the never-never land of operetta.
Land of Dreams
RICHARD TRAUBNER considers the state of operetta today - and makes a wish list for the future.
The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company 1875-1982
by Tony Joseph;
Luisa Tetrazzini: The Florentine Nightingale
by Charles Neilson Gattey;
by Maynard Solomon
I Dream of Jeanette. By F. PAUL DRISCOLL
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, Plácido Domingo still evinces a brilliance and clarity that most singers would kill for.
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