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From the books of Jane Austen to Carmen, great literature has often been the inspiration behind great music, as this gallery proves...
Offenbach’s opera is a loose adaptation of Dafoe’s famous novel, owing more to British pantomime than to the book itself. Despite a positive reception by the public and press at its 1867 premiere, it wasn’t professionally performed again until 1973 at the Camden Festival.
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