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Marco Polo describes the city of Adelma, where all the
citizens have the faces of people the traveler knew
but are now dead. He describes the various characters
that take on the appearance of his lost love ones:
his grandmother, his father. In horror, he realizes that
this must mean he, too, is dead. Khan hears the tale
and fears that “this means the end is not happy.”

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from INVISIBLE CITIES: An Opera by Christopher Cerrone, released November 4, 2014

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An independent label creating high-quality recordings of The Industry’s productions and diverse projects that share the spirit of our organization. We strive to be an artist-friendly label: all artists and creators receive royalties from the first album sale. The Industry Records is an extension of our mission to find new pathways to support, document and disseminate contemporary operatic works. ... more

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