I have a soft heart. When I hear about a new production of La Bohème, I think not of Puccini, the genius who created it, but of another composer who almost did.
Ruggero Leoncavallo had more than earned his place in the panoply of opera's minor saints when he composed his one-act I Pagliacci, a work that brought the *verismo* concept to opera (basically lifelike plots about real peopl, instead of the long-held...
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