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Martin, George Whitney

MARTIN, George Whitney

MARTIN, George Whitney. American, b. 1926. Genres: Institutions/ Organizations, Music, Biography. Career: The Opera Quarterly, book editor, 1983-92. Publications: The Opera Companion: A Guide for the Casual Operagoer, 1961, 4th ed., 1999; Battle of the Frogs and Mice: An Homeric Fable, 1962, 2nd ed., 1987; Verdi, His Music, Life, and Times, 1963, 5th ed., 2001; The Red Shirt and the Cross of Savoy: The Story of Italy's Risorgimento, 1748-1871, 1969; Causes and Conflicts: The Centennial History of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1870-1970, 1970, 2nd ed., 1997; Madam Secretary: Frances Perkins, 1976; The Damrosch Dynasty: America's First Family of Music, 1983; Aspects of Verdi, 1988, 2nd ed., 1994; Verdi at the Golden Gate, Opera and San Francisco in the Gold Rush Years, 1993; Twentieth Century Opera, a Guide, 1999. Address: 53 Crosslands Dr, Kennett Square, PA 19348-2010, U.S.A.

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