Posted by MATTHEW DEAN. Student at the University of Massachusetts.

This poster is expressing the loneliness and sadness that Madama Butterfly underwent when Lieutenant Pinkerton left for 3 years, with the reflection of his Navy ship.

The cover of an early Italian edition of the music and words for Puccini's opera Madama Butterfly

Puccini, Madama Butterfly

Puccini Madame Butterfly Opera Poster available in small to very large sizes, framed in period appropriate frames and unframed - Unique Wall Art — made in USA by MUSEUM OUTLETS

This is not a music tech resource as such, but free and highly useful!  There are a few opera strips to see - each one explains an opera synopsis clearly and succinctly.  Excellent for students

Graphic artist William Elliott created a short comic strip explaining Madama Butterfly

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Madame Butterfly Poster

Madame Butterfly. San Francisco Opera. Scenic design and projections by Jun Kaneko. Lighting by Gary Marder.

Scenic design and projections by Jun Kaneko. Lighting by Gary Marder.

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