Book: The Hidden Auditorium by Rosanne Dinglicategories: Book, Richard Wagner, Composer, Facts and Fiction, Venice Italy, Wagner and Nazism, Truth and Myth, Truth and History, Wagner's Death, Musical History, Wagner and Cosima, Historical Adventure, Historical Fiction
Rosanne Dingliabout this book: When Richard Wagner died in 1883, in Venice Italy, it was the end of an eventful, creative, and tumultuous life. His family grieved, and the whole world knew it lost a brilliant composer.
This novel takes the days around Wagner's death and fills the mysterious gaps that are obvious in any of the composer's biographies. It is a complex story with many layers constructed around available facts. In a contemporary novel full of mystery, romance, and the thrills of a quest, readers will find a great deal of verifiable evidence.
Read The Hidden Auditorium and find a quantity of historically accurate factors. Find a feasible story that will make you wonder about the way all history is recorded, and what factors fuel those who write it. Follow Nic Manton, an antiques dealer working in Rome, as he pursues a cryptic mystery contained in an exquisite pendant. See how he follows clues, falls in love, stumbles on an unhealthy obsession, and finally sees how Wagner constructed his own myths around his life.
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