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Reginald Dekoven's "rob Roy."

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Those who attended the delightfnl opera of "Rob Roy" at tbe Grand opera house last season, will be pleased to bear that it is again billed to appear in Ann Arbor on Friday eveniug nexfc, Dec. 18. Those who missed the rich treat at that time, will many of them, avail themselves of this opportunity to bear the opera. In "Rob Roy" Reginald DeKoven has not only written soine exquisito bits that are Scotohy Scotch in color, bnt has most cleverly introduced and arranged some of the best known Scotch airs. Harry B. Smith's libretto is good in the more serious portions and excruciatingly fnuny otherwise. The lyrios are always bright and some of them exqnisite. The Whitney Opera Company has not an inadequate member. The principáis are artists and the chorus is large and made up of good fresh voices and pretty girls, the oostnming is a series of beautiful pictnres for the eye, while the soenio efïects leave nothing to be desired. I


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