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Hear Nadia Sirota Play Greenstein's 'In Teaching Others We Teach Ourselves'

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Conductor Charles Mackerras, photographed in 1974, will be remembered for rebuilding the reputation of Czech composer Leos Janacek. Getty Images hide caption

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Káta Kabanová, opera, JW 1/8 [Act 1. Vís, co mi napadlo?]

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Hercules had perfect abs. For that reason and a few others, this statue of him stands in Florence, Italy. iStock hide caption

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Why George Frideric Handel Still Matters

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Listen: Handel's 'Messiah'

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Belshazzar

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