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By Burton D. Fisher
A entire new OPERA examine consultant AND LIBRETTO of Verdi’s RIGOLETTO, that includes significant Characters within the Opera; short tale Synopsis; tale Narrative with tune spotlight Examples; a newly translated LIBRETTO with Italian and English translation side-by-side, with track spotlight Examples; and Burton D. Fisher's extensive and insightful statement and research.
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