Saturday, July 7, 2012

F. J. Haydn's "The Creation," Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus, Janice Chandler-Eteme, Richard Clement, John Relyea, Sir Gilbert Levine

Theodore Dalrymple says that the composer "universally acknowledged to have been a delightful man with the most equable temperament" "refutes in his own person the romantic notion that a creative person must either be tormented or a swine" and "proves that it is possible to do brilliant work and yet be a good man" — Haydn Seek.

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