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Gabriele Dotto describes the total control that Toscanini exercized in the preparation and performance of the first production of Puccini's La Fanciutta del West} Given the acoustical problems of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City and the relative strengths of the performers, the conductor made alterations to the score, some of which were tacitly accepted by the composer for later performances. Even though the practice of altering a score for the means of a specific production fitsdoi:10.5642/perfpr.199104.01.5 fatcat:gug6e7kn5ncwngf7iu3zaefbxi