Purcell: "The Indian Queen"
Henry Purcell's influence is far, wide, and diverse. Fans of the 17th-century English composer include Benjamin Britten and the Who's Pete Townshend. The Handel and Haydn Society presents Purcell's last major work, the semi-opera "The Indian Queen," with the Period Instrument Orchestra and Chorus. - June Wulff, Globe Staff
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