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Steven Ledbetter

revised by Jonas Westover

Glyndebourne in 1990 of Die Zauberflöte , interestingly updated to the West Coast of the 1950s, provoked adverse criticism for its cutting of all the spoken dialogue (some was restored in a revival in 1991 ), with detrimental effects on the coherence of the work. Sellars’s first production in the UK was an oblique one of the equally enigmatic The Electrification of the Soviet Union ( 1987 , Glyndebourne Touring Opera), a collaboration with Craig Raine (text) and Nigel Osborne (music). Other notable productions include a richly comic Giulio Cesare ( 1985 , Purchase)

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Marisol Negrónh

released by the newly formed Fania Records. Affectionately nicknamed “ El judío maravilloso ” (the marvelous Jew) by fellow musicians, he became a member and producer of the original Fania All-Stars, an ensemble band that achieved international acclaim for its live concerts. In 1973 Harlow brought Latin music to Carnegie Hall with the opera Hommy (inspired by the Who’s rock opera Tommy ), and in 1974 he released Salsa , considered one of his best recordings. In addition, La Raza Latina: a Salsa Suite ( 1977 ), which narrated the diasporic histories of salsa

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Jonas Westover

Carey, Mariah ( Angela ) ( b Huntington, NY , March 27, 1970 ). American singer , composer , producer , and actress . She is one of the top-selling artists of all time, a star in R&B and pop who sold, according to some estimates, more than 200 million albums during the 1990s and 2000s. She learned to sing as a child from her mother, an opera singer and vocal coach. While in high school she sang backing vocals for other artists and developed her own compositional style. She moved to New York in the mid-1980s and became a backing singer for Brenda