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The P. Craig Russell Library of Opera Adaptations (2003) - HC vol. 02
"Adaptations of Parsifal, Ariane & Bluebeard, I Pagliacci & Songs by Mahler"
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Awards:
  • 2004 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards - Nominee - Best Graphic Album: Reprint: (by P. Craig Russell (NBM))

Cover Date: 2003
Cover Price: US $ 24.95

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Hardcover; 132 pages

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Synopsis:
None entered.

Reprints/Collects:
Ariane & Bluebeard (1989) OGN SC
The Clowns (I Pagliacci) (1998) #1
Night Music (1984) #1
Parsifal (1978) #1
Star*Reach (1974) #8
Star*Reach (1974) #10

Notes:
Collects PCR Opus #05, 16, 18, 26 & 45

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"Parsifal" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Patrick C. Mason

Penciller(s):
Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

Inker(s):
Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

Colorist(s):
Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

Letterer(s):
Annette Kawecki
Tom Orzechowski - 'Tom Orz'

Editor(s):
Mike Friedrich

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Synopsis:
Adapted from the opera by Richard Wagner

Part I: His Journey
Part II: His Temptation
Part III: His Victory

Notes:
PCR Opus #05

Introduction by Patrick C. Mason

Translated from German by Patrick C. Mason

Originally published in Star*Reach (1974) #8, 10 and Parsifal (1978) #1

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"Songs by Mahler: The Drinking Song of Earth's Sorrow" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Patrick C. Mason

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

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Pete Iro

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Synopsis:
Adapted from the composition by Gustav Mahler

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PCR Opus #16

Introduction by Letitia Glozer

Translated from German by Patrick C. Mason

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"Songs by Mahler: Unto This World" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Patrick C. Mason

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

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Pete Iro

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Synopsis:
Inspired by a song by Gustav Mahler and a poem by Friedrich Rucker.

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PCR Opus #18

Translated from German by Patrick C. Mason

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Writer(s):
Barry Daniels

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

Colorist(s):
Tom Packis
Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

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Bill Pearson

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Catherine Yronwode - 'Cat'

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Synopsis:
Adapted from the poem by Maurice Maeterlinck

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PCR Opus #26

Introduction by Olivier Messiaen

Translated from French by Barry Daniels

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Writer(s):
Marc Andreyko

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'
Galen Showman

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Philip Craig Russell - 'P. Craig Russell'

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Galen Showman

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Scott Allie

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Synopsis:
From the opera "I Pagliacci" by Ruggero Leoncavallo.

Notes:
PCR Opus #45

Introduction by P. Craig Russell

Translated from Italian by Marc Andreyko

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