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Nonfiction: The Last Civic Remnant of Authentic Spirituality at Christmastime

Jonathan Keates’s “Messiah: The Composition and Afterlife of Handel’s Masterpiece” seeks to save the oratorio from centuries of misinterpretatin.
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