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Edward A. Berlin

in which it existed, has become an important document on the time and the music. In 1914 he became a contributing editor of the black newspaper the New York Age. In 1915 , he translated the libretto for Enrique Granados’s opera Goyescas into English; the translation was sold at the New York première performance by the Metropolitan Opera the following year. In 1916 he joined the NAACP as Field Secretary, later becoming Executive Secretary. At the same time, in the 1920s, he became a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance. Concerned with the preservation of


Peter Kemp

aus der Geschichte der “Fledermaus” in Wien’, ÖMz , 28 (1974), 217–25 P. Kemp : ‘Der Schelm von Bergen: [Johann] Strauss’s Other Opera’, Tritsch-Tratsch , 28 (1975), 12–21 F. Racek : ‘Zur Entstehung und Aufführungsgeschichte der “Fledermaus”’, ÖMz , 30 (1975), 264–72 N.A. Godel : ‘The Operetta Wiener Blut : an Analysis of its Score’, Tritsch-Tratsch , 30 (1976), 8–20 A.M. Lamb : ‘ Die Fledermaus : from Vaudeville to Opera House’, About the House [Journal of the Friends of Covent Garden], 5/4 (1977), 4–9 P. Kemp : ‘ Aschenbrödel : Johann’s Cinderella