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;F-15J :Single-seat all-weather air-superiority fighter version for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force 139 built under license in Japan by Mitsubishi 1981-97, 2 built in St. Louis.

Also in 1995, Venture Technologies bought the dormant channel 19 license in Johnstown.

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libretto, and The Gondoliers is another hit.

The libretto is written in German (although both Polish and English adaptations exist) and it is fashioned into a series of thirty two scenes, which proceed, from one to another, quasi cinematically.

Beaumont, p. 312. Nancy Chamness has published an analysis of the libretto to Doktor Faust and a comparison with Goethe's version.

A libretto by Metastasio was often set by twenty or thirty different composers and audiences came to know the words of his dramas by heart.

Operatic terminology The words of an opera are known as the libretto (literally "little book").

In later culture Castor et Pollux was the title of a 1737 opera by Jean-Philippe Rameau (libretto by Bernard), modified in 1754. The latter version became quite popular.

When he played excerpts from the score of Rodrigue et Chimène to Paul Dukas in August of the same year, he confessed that Mendès' libretto was "totally at odds with all that I dream about, demanding a type of music that is alien to me." He is largely responsible for recasting the English libretto of The Creation in a German translation (Die Schöpfung) that Haydn could use to compose.

The ballet's libretto was by Tom Rothfield while the score was commissioned from Esther Rofe.

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