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WAR (insert echoes): What is it Good For? … Some Pretty Rad Music At Least (Exploring the Classical Music World of the First World War)

WAR (insert echoes): What is it Good For? … Some Pretty Rad Music At Least (Exploring the Classical Music World of the First World War)

This is going to blow your mind!

by Melissa Wimbish

Welcome, Operagasm soldiers, to the next month of the rest of your lives! Sound off.

Did you know that World War I began around this time in 1914? We thought it would be fascinating to begin a war series in which we explore the developments in classical music and the lives of musicians during the major wars. Please give us your feedback as the month progresses so we can make this the shit. The plan is to learn a lot.

Of course, war isn’t the most pleasant subject, so do know that we will be throwing in bits of fun wherever we can. You know, it’s important to keep morale high!

This is all in addition to the news, reviews, interviews, and other fun operaganda we bring to you on the daily because we are dedicated to our platoon of Operagasm readers. Stay alert and alive out there!

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