Too Many Sopranos

Too Many Sopranos is an opera by Indiana University Jacobs School of Music faculty member Edwin Penhorwood. Too Many Sopranos is a two-act opera in English with a pastiche of song from opera's various periods. A group of sopranos is trying to get into heaven, but there is no more room in the heavenly choir. So, something has to be done, and it looks like some will be sent to Hell!

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Too Many Sopranos - Synopsis
... Four sopranos are brought to heaven's gates, but are stopped by St ... Room has opened up in the heavenly choir for only one soprano ... The sopranos are told that if there were more tenors and basses that were in the heavenly choir, there would be no problem in letting them in ...

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