The 3rd question in the Weshtran Claashical Muzik and Operaa Theme week
A is/was a famous classical music composer at some really famous Philharmonics.
[ photo credits: Jack. If you see this, Thanks for an awesome pic and Sorry for lifting it off your site]
B is a much older creature. The maker of many a musical dramas, he’s particularly known for a certain ring, and a particularly ominous/climactic ride.
C is a famous jewish character from one of B’s librettos ( The title of the play features a town, rather infamous in the Natzi scheme of affairs ).
The ideal personification of a pedantic critic, is C.
So, if you mix A and C in equal proportions, you’d end up with the fictional character D, who apparently didn’t die of an current shock once, because he was such a poor conductor 🙂
If you give me A, B, C and D , I’ll assume that you know the libretto’s name.
Fair deal, eh?
Cracked by panda, and Chandrakant. Nice work fellas…
Quoting Chandrakant ( I put the links though )