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“Sorry, Steve, but you are quite wrong: in terms of performance quality, 'Betrothal' is a phenomenon.”
“Betrothal," now, I believe, rarely if ever practised, it was customary to place the ring on the right hand.”
“Graciously and mercifully hear the plea of Thy servants, O God, so that we who have gathered to celebrate the Betrothal of the virgin Mary, Mother of God, may at her intercession be saved by Thee from pressing evils: through the same Christ our Lord.”
“Four years before Cinderella, when Europe was capsizing into war and Prokofiev was entangled in a turbulent love affair, he wrote a comic opera, the rarely seen – and no need to wonder why – Betrothal in a Monastery.”
“With Scottish Opera and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland jointly staging a new production of the same composer's Betrothal in a Monastery, the cards were dealt.”
“Emanoel Velozo and Kim-Lillian Strebel in Betrothal in a Monastery: ‘This long, farcical saga has no character you care about and many you would like to shoot.’”
“The title story, The Betrothal of Sontar, by John Tomlinson and Nick Abadzis, is an interesting retake on Colony in Space with Sontarans instead of human colonists; of the two protagonists, one is nasty even by Sontaran standards, the other somewhat unrealistically nice.”
“Betrothal to his piano has meant a lifetime of emotional denial for Philip and the crunch builds slowly and inexorably as circumstances toss Philip around like the lost soul that he feels.”
“The Opera did "Betrothal in a Monastery" several seasons ago and I loved it.”
“Betrothal was the first step in a two-stage marriage process.”
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