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Series: English National Opera Guide

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English National Opera Guide : Rossini : La Cenerentola by English National Opera1
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : Aida by English National Opera2
English National Opera Guide : Mozart : The Magic Flute by English National Opera3
English National Opera Guide : Beethoven : Fidelio by English National Opera4
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : La traviata by English National Opera5
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : Tristan und Isolde by English National Opera6
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : Otello by English National Opera7
English National Opera Guide : Strauss : Der Rosenkavalier by English National Opera8
English National Opera Guide : Debussy : Pelléas & Mélisande by English National Opera9
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : Falstaff by English National Opera10
English National Opera Guide : Musorgsky : Boris Godunov by English National Opera11
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : Der fliegende Holländer by English National Opera12
English National Opera Guide : Bizet : Carmen by English National Opera13
English National Opera Guide : Puccini : La bohème by English National Opera14
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : Rigoletto by English National Opera15
English National Opera Guide : Puccini : Tosca by English National Opera16
English National Opera Guide : Mozart : The Marriage of Figaro : Le nozze di Figaro by English National Opera17
English National Opera Guide : Mozart : Don Giovanni by English National Opera18
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : The Mastersingers of Nuremberg : Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg by English National Opera19
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : Il trovatore by English National Opera20
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : The Valkyrie : Die Walküre by English National Opera21
English National Opera Guide : Mozart : Così fan tutte by English National Opera22
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : La forza del destino by English National Opera23
English National Opera Guide : Britten : Peter Grimes : Gloriana by English National Opera24
English National Opera Guide : Massenet : Manon by English National Opera25
English National Opera Guide : Puccini : Madama Butterfly by English National Opera26
English National Opera Guide : Puccini : Turandot by English National Opera27
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : Siegfried by English National Opera28
English National Opera Guide : Tippett : The operas by English National Opera29
English National Opera Guide : Strauss : Arabella by English National Opera30
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : Twilight of the gods : Götterdämmerung by English National Opera31
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : Simon Boccanegra by English National Opera32
English National Opera Guide : Janáček : Jenůfa : Káťa Kabanová by English National Opera33
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : Parsifal by English National Opera34
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : The Rhinegold : Das Rheingold by English National Opera35
English National Opera Guide : Rossini : The barber of Seville : Moses by English National Opera36
English National Opera Guide : Strauss : Salome : Elektra by English National Opera37
English National Opera Guide : Tchaikovsky : Eugene Onegin by English National Opera38
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : Tannhäuser by English National Opera39
English National Opera Guide : Verdi: Un ballo in maschera by English National Opera40
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : Macbeth by English National Opera41
English National Opera Guide : Berg : Wozzeck by English National Opera42
English National Opera Guide : Stravinsky : Oedipus Rex : The rake's progress by English National Opera43
English National Opera Guide : Bartok : The stage works by English National Opera44
English National Opera Guide : Monteverdi : Orfeo : The return of Ulysses : The coronation of Poppea by English National Opera45
English National Opera Guide : Verdi : Don Carlos by English National Opera46
English National Opera Guide : Wagner : Lohengrin by English National Opera47
English National Opera Guide : Musorgsky : The Khovansky affair by English National Opera48

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