TITLE

Lord Byron In Kansas City

AUTHOR(S)
Rorem, Ned
PUB. DATE
May 1972
SOURCE
New Republic;5/6/72, Vol. 166 Issue 19, p23
SOURCE TYPE
Review
DOC. TYPE
Entertainment Review
ABSTRACT
Reviews several operas. "Lord Byron," and "Four Saints In Three Acts," composed by Virgil Thomson; "Angelica," composed by Kenneth Koch.
ACCESSION #
10451039

 

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