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Reviewed Work: Three Modes of Perception in Mozart: The Philosophical, Pastoral, and Comic in 'Così fan tutte' by Edmund Goehring
Review by: Stephen Rumph
Cambridge Opera Journal
Vol. 19, No. 1, The Divo and the Danseur: On the Nineteenth-Century Male Opera and Ballet Performer (Mar., 2007), pp. 91-96
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Page Count: 6
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