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by Michael Kennedy Paperback, 210mm x 150mm, 72pp, black & white and colour illustrations. Price includes post & packing in UK only (Please enquire for Europe/Rest of World prices) A concise history of Glyndebourne telling the fascinating story of the opera house, from the inauguration of the Festival under the direction of three exiles from Nazi Germany, through the great post-war years to the grand reconstruction of the opera house in the 1990s, and beyond. Illustrated with gems from Glyndebourne's archive, this is an affectionate portrait of one of the most influential music institutions in Britain. Only one copy left!