Why Opera Sings to Me
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Why Opera Sings to Me

The Washington Post's Emily Langer on why some young people love old music.Audio: Emily Langer/The Washington PostEditor: Jonathan Forsythe/washingtonpost.comMusic: "Bella figlia dell'amore" Callas, 1955Photos courtesy of: The Washington Post, AP, Anne Peterson - Virginia Opera, Washington National Opera

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