Music: Metropolitan Line-Up

Like football fans waiting to hear who will play in the backfield, Manhattan operagoers have been waiting to hear what stars would sing in the Metropolitan's long-debated 1932-33 season. Last week as he sailed for Europe Manager Giulio Gatti-Casazza announced the changes. Soprano Maria Jeritza will no longer sing with the company. Mr. Gatti has had to cut his cloth to fit a season one-third shorter than usual. Jeritza and 26 others whose contracts expired have been dropped from the roster. Tenor Beniamino Gigli had a long-term contract but he chose to leave...

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