On Opera

Schubert failed at it; Mendelssohn and Brahms didn’t even try; Stravinsky wrote only one. Writing an opera is supremely demanding. Roger Scruton thought he’d risk the effort…
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Schubert failed at it; Mendelssohn and Brahms didn’t even try; Stravinsky wrote only one. Writing an opera is supremely demanding. Roger Scruton thought he’d risk the effort… more»

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