1. Opera, Musicology, and History
  2. Theodore K. Rabb
  3. pp. 321-330
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  1. Why Venice? Venetian Society and the Success of Early Opera
  2. Edward Muir
  3. pp. 331-353
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  1. Censoring Eliogabalo in Seventeenth-Century Venice
  2. Mauro Calcagno
  3. pp. 355-377
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  1. Poppea's Legacy: The Julio-Claudians on the Venetian Stage
  2. Wendy Beth Heller
  3. pp. 379-399
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  1. Commentary: Why Opera? The Politics of an Emerging Genre
  2. Dennis Romano
  3. pp. 401-409
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  1. Commentary: Seventeenth-Century Venetian Opera as Fondamente nuove
  2. Ellen Rosand
  3. pp. 411-417
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  1. With Eyes on the East and Ears in the West: Handel's Orientalist Operas
  2. Ellen T. Harris
  3. pp. 419-443
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  1. The Politics of Handel's Early London Operas, 1711-1718
  2. Paul Kleber Monod
  3. pp. 445-472
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  1. Beethoven's Leonore and Fidelio
  2. Lewis Lockwood
  3. pp. 473-482
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  1. Cosmopolitanism and the National Opera: Weber's Der Freischutz
  2. Michael Charles Tusa
  3. pp. 483-506
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  1. Redefining the Status of Opera: London and Leipzig, 1800-1848
  2. William Weber
  3. pp. 507-532
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  1. The Myth of Venice in Nineteenth-Century Opera
  2. James H. Johnson
  3. pp. 533-554
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  1. Commentary: Opera in the Age of Revolution
  2. Thomas S. Grey
  3. pp. 555-567
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  1. Preface
  2. Theodore K. Rabb
  3. pp. 319-320
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