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For this composer, one opera won't do

Scott Wheeler plans to write five - and to draw on the best of musical theater while he's at it

(Wiqan ang for the boston globe)
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / September 14, 2008

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Two monks wander into a mountain shrine in China. They sit down to rest and begin discussing, naturally, American monetary policy - specifically, the meaning of the gold standard. They can't quite grasp it, but they review all the details, including the various denominations of a dollar and what it means for a currency to have value. (Full article: 1632 words)

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