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Rake’s Progress Blends the Beautiful with the Ugly
by Faith Richards

Although Stravinsky is probably best known for his ballet scores, the reception on opening night of Oberlin’s production of his opera, The Rake’s Progress, left nothing to be desired. The opera’s combination of the comic and the grotesque, the beautiful and the disturbing, struck the audience deeply and left them with an impression not easily forgotten.

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