The name Charles Villiers Stanford always seems strangely removed from the city of his birth, Dublin. Why is this so? It‘s possible that he ascended so high in the British musical ranks that he lost touch with his Irish roots. Or, more likely, that we lost contact with him.
It was the Dublin of the 1860s that gave Stanford his taste for opera. There he heard the likes of great visiting superstars such...
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