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Flight of the Wagnerites

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Today in Tablet Magazine, classical music critic David P. Goldman interrogates Israel’s informal ban on the performance of the music of the great anti-Semitic German composer Richard Wagner, weighing the beauty and cultural significance of the work against the comfort it rationally gave to Nazis and continues to give Jew-haters. For which side he comes down on, you’ll have to read to the end.

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