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T HE revised edition of the second volume of the Oxford History of Music covers the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries

The Crimson Bookshelf

I N the first volume of what is to be an annual series depicting the foreign relations of the United


Years ago, and there is no concealing the fact that it was indeed years ago, when musical extravaganzas were still

The Crimson Playgoer

A Viennese setting, two excellent sopranos, a well chosen male cast, and a waltz of Strauss-like sweep form the main