Muslims, Christians and Mozart: Seeking Harmony at the Met Opera – New York Times


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Muslims, Christians and Mozart: Seeking Harmony at the Met Opera
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When the Ottoman Turkish overseer, Osmin, enters and sings about his rage against the Christian prisoners, he fantasizes about hanging them, impaling them on hot stakes and beheading them. Mozart and his librettists wrote a comedy. But it is hard to

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