GILBERT AND SULLIVAN: Lost Chords and DiScords by Caryl Brahms

GILBERT AND SULLIVAN: Lost Chords and DiScords

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Nice idea, entrusting a G & S biography to a former That Was The Week That Was contributor. A lively, handsome volume with emphasis on the individual operas, embellished with programs, costume sketches, and photographs of the original performers as well as such sidelights as Stravinsky's confession that he vastly preferred Gilbert and Sullivan to Rosenkavalier.

Pub Date: Oct. 21st, 1975
Publisher: Little, Brown