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Normalizing the Preposterous

Opera is an acquired taste, probably because it’s so preposterous, but if you want to introduce someone to its charms, so to speak, you start with Puccini. The music is gorgeous and the plots are a hoot. There’s Manon Lescaut, … Continue reading

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