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21
May

Blind Injustice: The Opera

Mark Godsey’s Blind Injustice: A Former Prosecutor Exposes the Psychology and Politics of Wrongful Convictions has inspired an opera of the same name to be performed by the Cincinnati Opera. Listed as …

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02
Nov

Haunted by Voices

This guest post is published as part of our blog series related to the American Musicological Society conference from November 1–4 in San Antonio.  By Mary Ann Smart, author of Waiting for Verdi: Opera and Political …

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31
Oct

The Eoan Group and Opera in the Age of Apartheid

This guest post is published as part of our blog series related to the American Musicological Society conference from November 1–4 in San Antonio.  By Hilde Roos, author of The ‘La Traviata’ Affair: Opera in the …

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30
Oct

Britten Betwixt and Between Brows

This guest post is published as part of our blog series related to the American Musicological Society conference from November 1–4 in San Antonio.  By Christopher Chowrimootoo, author of Middlebrow Modernism: Britten’s Operas and …

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06
Sep

Classical Music Month Reading List

In celebration of Classical Music Month, we are pleased to present the below reading list highlighting some of our recent and forthcoming titles of interest.  To save 30% now—including backorders on not …

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17
Sep

Classical Music Month: Celebrate with 30% Off

September is Classical Music Month. To celebrate, we’re offering 30% off our Classical Music titles.   Animation, Plasticity & Music in Italy, 1770–1830 by Ellen Lockhart “This very innovative study illuminates such …

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15
Sep

Classical Music Month: Wagner contra Nietzsche

By Karol Berger, author of Beyond Reason: Wagner contra Nietzsche This guest post is in celebration of #ClassicalMusicMonth. Stay tuned for more posts throughout September, and enjoy free access to curated Classical …

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