Verdi: Part 1

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Monday, October 07, 2013

A towering presence in Italian art and perhaps the greatest composer of 19th century opera, Giuseppe Verdi is one of the most venerated figures in classical music. This week WQXR's Verdi Week kicks off a 10-part series on Exploring Music that investigates his life and music.

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Marilyn Johnson from Sister Bay, Wisconsin

My husband and I are thoroughly enjoying your program on the life and music of Verdi. BEAUTIFUL music and we thank you so much. We have also ordered the Gary Wills book which you recommended entitled Verdi's Shakespeare.

Oct. 09 2013 10:50 PM

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