The Operatic State: Cultural Policy and the Opera House (Routledge Harwood Studies in Cultural Policy)

THE OPERATIC STATE Since its beginnings in the palaces of sixteenth-century Italy, opera has developed not only as an ...
Author:  Ruth Bereson

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