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Masonic Temple Theater, Stage View
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You are standing very close to the exact spot where the great tenor, Giuseppi di Stefano, sang an in-the-show encore--the reprise from Yours Is Mine Heart  Alone (Dein Ist Mein Ganzes Herz)--during a performance of Lehar's Land of Smiles in 1968.  In addition to di Stefano, many of the world's great musicians and orchestras have played in this theater.  The Masonic Temple in Detroit--an architectural marvel--was built in 1926, and  is the largest Masonic Temple in the world.  The building contains two theaters, two ballrooms, and hundreds and hundreds of rooms.  Many thanks to Steve and James of the Temple staff for their cooperation and assistance on this project.

Copyright: David Mariotti
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Hochgeladen: 05/04/2011
Aktualisiert: 28/08/2014
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Tags: detroit; architecture; masonic temple; theaters; music
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