‘Music and Poetry’, by W. B. Yeats and Dorothy Wellesley, in Broadsides: A Collection of New Irish and English Songs (1937)
Part of the The Collected Edition of the Works of W. B. Yeats book series (CWWBY)
We fix a quarrel upon the concert platform. We must win if poetry is to get back its public.
KeywordsEurope Assure Verse Folk Carol
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- 6.Walter James Turner (1889-1946), in his biography of Mozart, observed that Mozart ‘remained incomprehensible to the Italian opera public practically ever since’ 1792, the first production in Italy of La Nozze di Figaro (1786), but Turner thought the reason was the musical sophistication of Mozart’s operas. See Turner, Mozart: The Man and his Works (London: Gollancz, 1938) p. 336.Google Scholar
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