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Cambridge Studies in Opera

The potential for the study of opera and its cultural ramifications today is vast indeed. Cambridge Studies in Opera is pleased to offer a forum for this growing and lively area of contemporary scholarship. The series intends its methodological focus to be inclusive, ranging from musicological studies of composers and works or forms of analysis to the varieties of approaches that critical theories in other humanistic disciplines can now offer to the study of opera.

General Editors: Arthur Groos, Cornell University
Editorial Board: Tim Carter, University of London; John Deathridge, University of London; James Hepokoski, University of Minnesota; Paul Robinson, Stanford University; Ellen Rosand, Yale University

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