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'It's Perfectly True'

'It's Perfectly True'

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Hans Christian Andersen's house in Odense, Denmark, has been turned into a popular museum. iStockPhoto.com hide caption

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Hans Christian Andersen's house in Odense, Denmark, has been turned into a popular museum.

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A short reading from the story "It's Perfectly True" is complemented by an overture composed in 1926 by Danish composer Finn Hoffding. And baritone Christian Gerhaher sings two songs by Robert Schumann that used Andersen poems.

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