Bernard Herrmann Hits 100
Herrmann‘s stock in this centenary year is high, celebrated around the world in performances of rarities like his 1951 opera, Wuthering Heights, and suites of his familiar film scores. Yet scholarly work seems oddly scant,” writes Jack Sullivan, the director of American studies at Rider University.“
Meanwhile, NPR’s Tom Huizenga sings Hermann’s praises.
And, more on that Bronte opera.
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