Bravo! Brava! A Night at the Opera: Behind the Scenes with Composers, Cast, and Crew

Oxford University Press, USA
Anne Siberell

From curtain rise to curtain fall, experience the opera backstage and front. You'll learn how opera began, why some folks find it boring, and what some of the most famous stories are about. Playful and colorful pictures, along with readable accounts, make this a delightful introduction to opera. To listen to some opera, consider the following cd's for kids: World's very best opera for kids or Pavarotti's Opera Made Easy.

Topic: music
Age Level: elementary
You'll use it: occasionally

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