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Sannicandro, Lisa (2014): ‘The Catiline Conspiracy’ di Iain Hamilton (1974). In: International Journal of the Classical Tradition, Vol. 21, No. 1: pp. 67-82

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The opera in two acts ‘The Catiline Conspiracy’ by the Scottish composer Iain Hamilton (1922–2000) was first performed in Scotland in 1974. Hamilton always regarded Catiline’s conspiracy as having contemporary significance; in particular, in this opera he focuses on the theme of corruption through power.

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