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  • Auteur:
    Cassa, Alessandro
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    Le voici, ce deuxième tome de la série Le chant des fées, un roman en deux actes. Un dernier opéra est le chapitre final de l'histoire de Rose, Gloria et Jane, ces femmes tour à tour passionnées, ambitieuses ou entièrement dévouées....

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    McMurray, Kate
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    Giovanni Boca was destined to go down in history as an opera legend until a vocal chord injury abruptly ended his career. Now he teaches voice lessons at a prestigious New York City music school. During auditions for his summer opera...

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    Cather, Willa
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    Thea Kronberg has a voice that can call down angels and the soul of a Colorado pioneer girl. But as she develops her talents and devotes herself to the life of an artist, she must consider the cost of the creative path she follows.

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    Chee, Alexander
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    When Lilliet Berne is finally offered an original role at the Paris Opera, she realizes with alarm that it's based on a hidden piece of her past. As she searches for clues, she recalls her life as an orphan who went to Europe and was...

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    Davies, Robertson
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    Book 3 of the Cornish Trilogy

    The Cornish Foundation is thriving under the directorship of Arthur Cornish when Arthur and his beguiling wife, Maria Theotoky, decide to undertake a project worthy of Francis Cornish, whose vast...

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    Davies, Robertson
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    When the Cornish Foundation decides to fund the production of an opera entitled Arthur of Britain, or The Magnanimous Cuckold, the participants find their lives begin to resemble the opera's plot.

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    Myers, Beverle Graves
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    In September of 1740, singer Tito Amato receives a curious invitation. The German composer Karl Johann Weber is rehearsing a new opera at an isolated villa nestled in the hills of the Venetian mainland. Would Tito accept the lead role?...

  • Auteur:
    Fawkes, Richard
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    The history of opera, illustrated by over 100 musical examples by Naxos artists and other singers.

  • Auteur:
    Graves Myers, Beverle
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    Venice, 1734: Castrato soprano Tito Amato has let fame go to his head. Neglecting his vocal practice for dubious pleasures, Tito finds himself demoted to secondary roles and overshadowed by a visiting star. When the murder of scene...

  • Auteur:
    Cassa, Alessandro
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    « Rose qui ne pouvait voir la colorature sur la scène, en déduit à ce moment précis, que ce chant était magique. Et elle compris que les fées existaient vraiment. Car pour son premier soir d’opéra, elle en entendait une, chanter pour...

  • Auteur:
    Myers, Beverle Graves
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    Tito Amato returns from an operatic tour expecting to relax with his family. Instead he finds his merchant brother Alessandro imprisoned on a trumped-up smuggling charge, a capital crime in 1740 Venice. The senator who controls...

  • Auteur:
    LEON, Donna
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    As Venice braces for a winter storm, the Italian sleuth Commissario Guido Brunetti finds out that an old friend has been savagely beaten at the palazzo home of a reigning diva. Then, as flood waters rise, a corpse is discovered....

  • Auteur:
    Davies, Robertson
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    An absorbing account of Monica Gall's education in London as a singer and as a human being, this novel is comic in the true sense, vivid and frequently moving.

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