Coming off of the success of his first two operas, young Erich Wolfgang Korngold set out to write his third. His success was so massive, that opera houses all over duked it out for the rights to stage the premier, leaving Korngold with the tough decision of who to give those rights to.
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Music used in this episode:
Rendevous in D Minor by Trevor Kowalski
Banshee by Jay Varton
Breath of Life by Gavin Luke
Walk Tall by Johannes Bornlof
The Lost Cities by Johannes Bornlof
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