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

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

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The Crimson Playgoer

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

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