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Exoticism (opera)locked

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The concept of the exotic in opera – that is, the use of a setting that is alien and accordingly different from accepted local norms in its attitudes, customs and morals – appears first in French dramatic works and in particular opéra-ballets of the early 18th century. One of the entrées of Campra’s ...

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Cambridge Opera Journal
Music & Letters
Musical Quarterly