Contemporary American Opera : an Exploration of American Operas of the Past 25 Years.
Sadeghpour, Mitra M.
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The research team--two students and one faculty member--underwent an extensive study of American operas premiered since 1981, examining the operas themselves, the composers, and the history of American opera. The team then combined that research into a list of Operas, a research paper, and an hour long lecture performance. Finally, they answered the question "What is American about American opera?"
Opera--History and criticism
Color poster with text and images describing research conducted by Katie LeBrun and Allison Wells, advised by Mitra Sadeghpour.
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