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Classical Music

Recording liberates Golijov's 'Ainadamar'

The role of Margarita calls for 'Dawn Upshaw' qualities, especially radiant soft high notes at the end of the opera.

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / May 28, 2006

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Osvaldo Golijov is now the most famous and successful composer of his generation. And Deutsche Grammophon has embarked on an ambitious project to record his major works. ``Ayre," a song-cycle for soprano and chamber ensemble, was released in September, and his opera ``Ainadamar" recently appeared, the first of two all - Golijov discs to feature the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra under ... (Full article: 891 words)

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