In Verdi and/or Wagner, author Peter Conrad evokes the life and times of two titanic composers — and the mythic power of opera itself. FRED COHN talks to Conrad.
A statue of Wagner in Venice's Giardino Pubblico
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You'll never read anything else quite like Peter Conrad's Verdi and/or Wagner. For one thing, nobody has ever before written a book treating the two composers in tandem. And nobody has ever discussed ...
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