Opera and O Guide - Resources and Review

Source for technical and business resources and information for anyone developing for Apple's software and hardware platforms worldwide. Includes programs, products, services, and technical documentation for existing and emerging Apple technologies.
Provides access to materials documenting the history of the performing arts in the San Francisco Bay Area from the Gold Rush to the present. Includes books, photographs, programs, newspaper clippings, audio and video tapes, original artwork and artefacts, as well as archives of local dance organisations. The online catalogue is both searchable and browsable, and collections cover dance, music, theatre, opera, musical theatre, and design.
Help and documents in relation to computing, including assistance in DOS, programming, hardware, Unix, Internet, VAX/VMS, Macintosh, Windows 95, Networks, Windows NT, and OS/2.
News and information about the Bolshoi Theatre, company structure, reconstruction of the theatre itself and a programme of forthcoming events.
Selection of annotated links to resources relating to 17th and 18th Century opera and theatre music, arranged by country.
Listing of pages dedicated to singers, directors and conductors from the world of opera.
Collection of essays, which explore the concept of applying themes from manoeuvre conflict to business strategy. Concentrates on the writing of John R Boyd whose theory of OODA loop speed is applied to the isolation of the opposition, shaping and being successful in the marketplace, and instigating mutual trust between customers and businesses. Featured authors include Jonathan Shay, Dr Linda P Beckerman and Franklin C Spinney.
Opera resource including performance histories, synopses, libretti, discographies and pictures.
Searchable collection of arts resources with sections on performance television, classical music, ballet, opera, contemporary dance, and jazz. Includes a UK events guide with tickets available for sale online.
Index to opera music in the UK, including companies, theatres, singers and magazines.
Collection of links relating to opera libretti resources, includes works by composers such as Gershwin, Berloiz, Mozart, Wagner, Purcell, Bizet, Strauss, and Verdi.
Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Includes program information, news and a searchable archive of information about 9800 artists, 2500 authors, librettists or choreographers, over 11500 different shows, more than 5800 performances in La Scala Theatre and 170000 performances of various characters. Information in Italian and English.
Major command whose mission is to provide responsive forward presence and decisive air and space power for the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. News items, publications and links to operating bases, USAFE headquarters, directorates, units and contingency sites are available.
Collection libretti for selected operas by over 80 composers, including Gluck, Massenet, Mozart and Wagner.
Information about the Cardiff
based opera company, including a performance diary, cast lists and opera synopses.
Magazine providing news of recent developments in the world of Macintosh computers. Includes information about software and products, and provides opinions on various aspects of Macintosh technology.
List of French operas, arranged alphabetically by title and composer, offering details of cast, librettist, first performance and a synopsis.
Essays on the general features, style characteristics and composer styles of the music of the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods, and on specific genres such as the concerto, opera and the symphony.
Information about over 700 operatic arias including libretti, vocal range, brief synopsis and translations.
Information on 19th Century opera in countries including Britain, Italy, Germany, France, Russia and the Czech lands.
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to military medicine.
News, features, criticism and interviews about art exhibitions, concerts, opera stars, jazz, dance, CDs and CD
Roms, international cuisine and technology in English, French and German.
A centre providing operational training for Canadian Forces and other personnel prior to deployment on peace support operations. Details of tasks, training and courses are given, together with relevant publications and training news on topics such as cultural awareness.
Provides a listing of commands under the UNIX operating system, with a brief description of the function of each, and an indication of correct command syntax.
Information about the Zarzuela, a Spanish lyric theatre genre. Includes history, composers, CD reviews, song translations, images, and an index of works.
A selection of opera synopses and composer biographies.
Monthly magazine featuring the latest Sun related news, articles, and technical information. A complete archive is available from July 1995 onwards.
Online book aiming to convert the opinions of those who dislike opera. Also offers a chronology of opera and operatic composers.
Extensive listing of music resources covering dissertations, music libraries and catalogues, journals, opera, song, orchestras and composition.
Chapter 27 of the book 'Practical UNIX and Internet Security' which outlines security problems posed by bugs, hackers, viruses and computer staff.
History, diaries of performances and artists for the Royal Ballet, Royal Opera and the Royal Opera House Orchestra. Also includes booking information and education resources.
Collection of resources for technical support on Apple hardware and software products. Includes official Apple pages, news, and a selection of independent resources.
Offers schedules, ticket and broadcast information, news and history of the New York based opera company.
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Technical support for the computer industry, providing forums for discussing Windows, Macintosh, Unix, and OS/2 operating systems, a search mechanism for finding software for different specifications, and a help section to assist completion of common tasks and problem solving.
Weekly magazine and trade paper of the UK entertainment industry, founded in 1890. Includes reviews of theatre, opera, dance, television, radio, and job vacancies in the performing arts. Registration is required for some features.
Information about the combined and individual works of Gilbert and Sullivan. Includes biographies, discography, full text libretti, sound clips and event details.
Essay following the development of singing from antiquity, through to the development of opera, modernism and the present day.
Technical support for the computer industry, providing forums for discussing Windows, Macintosh, Unix, and OS/2 operating systems, a search mechanism for finding software for different specifications, and a help section to assist completion of common tasks and problem solving.
Large collection of the words to operas, oratorios, song cycles and other choral music, listed by title and composer.
Extensive international encyclopaedia of opera, containing entries for opera composers, performers and works. Also includes details of opera houses worldwide, with schedules.
Guide to Mozart's opera The Marriage of Figaro providing a tonal analysis and information on dramatis personae and historical background such as the Restoration and droit du seigneur.
Examines the design and manufacture of the Macintosh operating system considering topics such as counterculture and computing, the early Macintosh, the Apple mouse, technical documentation, marketing, and user groups. Features primary documents, images such as technical drawings, notes from user tests, and interviews with the development team throughout.
Help and documents in relation to computing, including assistance in DOS, programming, hardware, Unix, Internet, VAX/VMS, Macintosh, Windows 95, Networks, Windows NT, and OS/2.
Information about Massenet's operas, ballets, oratorios, songs and instrumental music, including a discography and articles from the New York Times written between 1881 and 1926.
Set of documents exploring how US diplomats and the military differ on the use of forceful interventions in the post
Vietnam era. Features biographies and interviews with US ambassador Richard Holbrooke and Admiral Leighton Smith, who commanded NATO forces in Bosnia. Also includes information on uses of military force, nation building in Bosnia, lessons learned from Vietnam, and a chronology of US military interventions in the last 30 years.
Includes news, fact sheets and photographs of weapons systems, biographies of leaders, Air Force publications, and information on current operations around the world.
Disseminates lessons learned from analysis of recent Canadian and Allied military operations and training experiences. Information is offered in English and French.
Contains basic facts sheets about landmines, country overview, casualty data, clearance standards, and details of landmine treaties, conventions, and documents.
Society which represents users of UNIX and open systems in the UK and is independent of specific hardware and software vendors. Membership is drawn from the information technology, commercial, and academic sectors.
Opera resource which includes databases of performances, artists, schedules, opera houses and festivals. Also provides news, reviews, related links and Opera Timelines.
Information and special features on defence issues, a free news subscription service and information on defence publications.
Index to opera links, including composers, opera houses and festivals, schedules, news, reviews, singers, CDs, books and videos.
Manufacturer of the Apple Macintosh and supplier of MacOS operating system.
MIDI files and full libretti for six 19th century light operas: Ages Ago, The Contrabandista, HMS Pinafore, The Mikado, Pirates of Penzance and The Zoo.
Features background information, articles, and reference information on on
going military procedures. Also offers coverage of historical operations including Desert Shield and Desert Storm, and NATO involvement in Bosnia and Kosovo.
Lists of recent publications on peacekeeping and multilateral military operations. Published bi
weekly. US emphasis, though international in scope.
Official information from English National Opera, with programme information, booking and seating details, and a guide to disabled access services.
Information about the Scottish Opera company, its history, productions, performance diary, and contacts.
A weekly electronic publication that covers news and views relating to the Macintosh and the Internet.
News service from the Canadian armed forces, featuring articles relating to military and international affairs from a range of the world's press.
Gateway to arts and culture information. Headings include Artists, Art Museums, Art Exhibitions, Commercial Arts, Art Education, Art History, Crafts, Dance, Opera, Theatre, Antiques, Architecture, Film and Literature.
Searchable guide for those using Unix operating systems, with sections on tasks, commands, concepts and utilities. A glossary of terms is also available.
Details of Sun's commercial Solaris version of Unix, plus free Solaris software and news.
Information about US military operations in Bosnia. Contains maps and charts, fact sheets, news releases, photos, and biographies of key personnel.
Provides information on conflict diamonds, described as gems which originate from areas opposed to legitimate governments, and subsequently used to fund military operations against them. Describes steps being taken to halt such trade, and examines UN activity on conflict diamonds in Sierra Leone and Angola.
Set of links to selected, evaluated and annotated Internet resources relevant to military science.
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