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A Cadenza for Caruso: Opera Mystery, Book 1 | [Barbara Paul]

A Cadenza for Caruso: Opera Mystery, Book 1

A new mystery featuring Enrico Caruso as an amateur detective during the tense premiere of The Girl of the Golden West, at the Metropolitan Opera, in 1910.
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A new mystery featuring Enrico Caruso as an amateur detective during the tense premiere of The Girl of the Golden West, at the Metropolitan Opera, in 1910.

©1984 Barbara Paul (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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    What did you love best about A Cadenza for Caruso?

    Great story wrapped in historical accuracy of the premiere of Girl of the Golden West. Very convincing portrayal of the singers, composer, director, conductor and general manager. The reader was entertaining for the most part except for his inability to pronounce the names of very important operas.


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    Historical picture of early days of Metropolitan Opera


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