Miss Julie; Aftermath

January 2006
American Record Guide;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p180
Entertainment Review
The article reviews two music releases featuring works composed by Ned Rorem and performed by Joslin Romphf, Howard Reddy, Fiona Murphy, James Kee, Nikael Eliason, Nicholas Canellakis and the Curtis Opera with conductor David Agler including "Miss Julie" and "Aftermath."


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