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By Lou Fancher. Correspondent. WALNUT CREEK — Peek inside the libretto of Richard Strauss’ heroic and lighthearted 1916 opera “Ariadne auf Naxos” and you will find an opera within an opera. Peek inside the preparations made by Festival Opera to present the production at the Lesher Center July 10 and 12, and you will discover everyday humanity. Conductor/Director Michael Morgan and featured performer Othalie Graham (Prima Donna/Ariadne) could easily be imagined hanging out poolside, splitting a hot dog at a ballpark, organizing their closets or recommending a good book.

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Strictly speaking it’s the second app. Developer Musicsoft Arts released DJ Mixer for Spotify last October, but it was swiftly removed from the App Store after Spotify notified the developer that its ability to record mixes and upload them to SoundCloud was breaching the terms of Spotify’s API. Pacemaker is different: developed by the Swedish company of the same name working closely with Spotify, as a follow-up from a portable DJ device released in 2008. The new app enables you to crossfade, sync, loop and preview tracks (via a splitter adapter) from Spotify’s 20m-strong catalogue.