Opera Companies of the World: Selected Profiles

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OPERA COMPANIES OF THE WORLD
SELECTED PROFILES

Edited by ROBERT H. COWDEN

Greenwood Press New York Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xix
  • Introduction xxiii
  • Opera Companies Of The World xxvii
  • Argentina 1
  • Australia 4
  • Austria 11
  • Belgium 22
  • Bulgaria 27
  • Canada 31
  • Chile 41
  • People's Republic of China 43
  • Czechoslovakia 46
  • Czechoslovakia 53
  • Estonia 55
  • Finland 57
  • France 61
  • Germany 73
  • Greece 126
  • Hungary 127
  • Republic of Ireland 132
  • Japan 159
  • Lithuania 161
  • Monaco 164
  • New Zealand 166
  • Norway 168
  • Poland 170
  • Portugal 184
  • Romania 185
  • Republic of South Africa 186
  • Spain 191
  • Sweden 194
  • Switzerland 200
  • Turkey 206
  • Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 210
  • United Kingdom 216
  • United States of America 233
  • Yugoslavia 301
  • Appendix: Additional Opera Companies 305
  • Chronology of Foundings For Opera Companies Profiled 315
  • Selected Annotated Bibliography 321
  • Index 327
  • About the Editor And Contributors 333
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