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15 Mar 2007

Imelda de’Lambertazzi, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/4017d4ac-d2e5-11db-829f-000b5df10621.html

By Andrew Clark [Financial Times, 15 March 2007]

It used to be assumed that because Donizetti had composed so many operas – his nickname was “Dozzinetti”, man of the dozen – only a handful could withstand serious consideration. That view is looking increasingly suspect, thanks to a recent surge of recordings, revivals and research.

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