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More to the point of the current analysis, George Yuri Porras has noted that "if lope de Vega often utilized songs and dances almost in a spontaneous way throughout the action, Calderon de la Barca modified and expanded their use by relating them directly to the plot and to dramatic structure" ("extant Music" 19).
Perhaps one of the most striking moments in the trajectory of the Golden Age comedia is captured in Pedro Calderon de la Barca's brief foray into the world of opera, Celos aun del aire matan, his 1660 collaboration with composer Juan Hidalgo.
Blue, "Versions on the Battle of Cadiz, 1625" (105-14); Charles Victor Ganelin, "Polyphony and Calderon de la Barca's La dama duende" (115-30); Frederick A.