Dutchman Controversy lands at Bayreuth

Zachary Woolfe covers the latest controversy at Bayreuth – the cancellation of Evgeny Nikitin- in this weekend’s edition of the International Herald Tribune. Today I visited the apartment at 14 rue Jacob where Wagner composed ‘Flying Dutchman’ in the winter of 1841-1842.



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