Principal Characters in Don Giovanni

January 2001
Don Giovanni (Mozart) Mini Guide;2001, p2
The article presents the principal characters of the opera entitled "Don Giovanni: Opera Journeys Mini Guide Series." It includes the main character's vocals classification as well as significant roles that each actor and actress depicted within the story setting. It also illustrates the 17th century musical drama in Seville, Spain.


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