Petite histoire de l'opéra

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Reputed to be difficult to access, elitist or outdated, opera is in reality a living and modern art form that brings together singing, writing, fashion, painting and architecture...
From Monteverdi to Gershwin, via Mozart, Wagner and Stravinsky, dive into the heart of three hundred years of opera history. Discover the greatest works and the essential arias of the repertoire, illustrated by master paintings, original sketches and photographs of contemporary productions.

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Dimensions
25,5 cm × 25,7 cm × 1,2 cm
Number of Pages
53
EAN
9782358322997