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Subject: Met Repertory
From: HSok <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Tue, 17 Mar 1998 12:26:50 EST
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In a message dated 98-03-17 09:38:18 EST, Pierre M. Bellemare writes:

<< Some comments on the repertory as described in the article from the World
 Book Encyclopedia, which George Novokov read in the late 1950s .  Comments
from old timers are welcome...>>

As Casey Stengal said, "You can look it up."  The Metropolitan Annals tells it
all (until 1984-85), as well as "The Miracle of the Met" by Quaintance Eaton
(Meredith, 1968); "The Story of the Metropolitan Opera" by Irving Kolodin
(Knopf, 1953); "The Metropolitan Book of the  Opera" (Simon Schuster, 1937);
"The Golden Horseshoe" (Opera News, 1965); "Magnificence Onstage At The Met"
by Robert Jacobson (Simon Schuster, 1985); "Saturday Afternoons At The Old
Met" by Paul Jackson (Amadeus, 1992)  -- as well as other books that other
listers may want to add to the list.

Hal Sokolsky
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