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With Both Farce And Feeling, Currentzis' 'Figaro' Succeeds Magnificently

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With Both Farce And Feeling, Currentzis' 'Figaro' Succeeds Magnificently

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With Both Farce And Feeling, Currentzis' 'Figaro' Succeeds Magnificently

With Both Farce And Feeling, Currentzis' 'Figaro' Succeeds Magnificently

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There are many recordings of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro. Do we need another? In the case of this new recording led by the young Greek conductor Teodor Currentzis, Fresh Air classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz says, "Absolutely."

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