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Midway through Act 1 of Rossini's "Maometto II," the approach of the Turkish warrior is heralded by booming cannon and flashes of light.
A ghostly gloom dominates the stage of the London Coliseum, where the English National Opera is closing out its season with Benjamin Britten's 1951 shipboard tragedy "Billy Budd."