Guide: Songs, Lyrics
Puccini, Giacomo. La Boheme. Perf.
Luciano Pavarotti, Mirella Freni, Rolando Panerai, and Elizabeth Harwood.
Berliner Philharmoniker and
Chor der Deutschen
Oper Berlin. Cond. Herbert
Rec. Oct. 1972. London. 1987.
Simon, Paul. "Me and Julio Down by the
Concert in the Park.
Warner Bros., 1991.
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In his lyrics for "Me and Julio Down by
the School Yard," Simon has mixed his earlier flippant qualities with an
earnest social statement (Simon).
Liner Notes, Booklets
Vedder, Eddie. "Theory of Vitalogy."
Vitalogy: Music of
Pearl Jam. Epic, 1994.
Weaver, William. "Puccini's Perenially
Booklet. La Boheme.
By Giacomo Puccini.
"Puccini may very well have known of
Leoncavallo's project in advance, but by the time of their stormy meeting, his
own Boheme was definitely in progress" (Weaver).