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ROYAL VAGABOND (W) Goelzl

ROSE OF ALGERIA (W) Herbert

ROSE OF ALHAMBRA (H)....Hosmer

SOCIAL WHIRL (H) Kerker

SOUL KISS (W) Levi

STRIKE UP THE BAND (NW)

Gershwin

STUDENT PRINCE (H) Romberg

TAKE IT FROM ME (W).... Anderson

TATTOOED MAN (W) Herbert

THREE TWINS (W) Hoschna

TOP O' THE WORLD (W).. Caldwell

TOURISTS (H) Kerker

VELVET LADY (W) Herbert

VIENNESE NIGHTS (H) Romberg

WEDDING TRIP (R) DeKoven

WHEN SWEET SIXTEEN ( W) Herbert
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WONDERLAND (W) Herbert

YANKEE TOURIST (W) Robyn



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IN THE PASHAS GARDEN
by John Laurence Seymour

A one-act opera first produced at the Met-
ropolitan Opera House in !934 during trie
famous rra between 1 906 and 1 937 in
which, the impresario Giulio Gatti-Casazza
directed every effort in an endeavor to es-
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sound basis.



DONNA JUANITA by Franz von Suppe
(Revised by Artur Bodanzky)

A comic opera Irom the pen of one of its
most famous exponents. "Donna Juanita
was first produced at the, Metropolitan
Opera House in 193I in its present re*
vised form under Bodanzkys direction. The
revision and excellent English translation
bring a new and enlivened investiture.



MERRY MOUNT by Howard Hanson

One of the most oustanding of purely
American operas, "Merry Mount" re-
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politan Opera House in I934. The book,
by Robert Stokes, is based on Haw-
thorne's "The Maypole of Merry Mount".
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PARSIFAL by Richard Wagner
(English version by
Henry E. Krehbiel)

At the instigation of Artur Bodanzky,
when, during the last war German opera
was sung at the Metropolitan Opera
House in English, the dean of American
music critics was invited to fashion a
singable English version to this greatest of
the Wagner music-dramas. It is the only
English setting which has succeeded in
public performance. The piano reduction
is the authentic Klcinmichcl arrangement.



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