(Anthony Tommasini’s article review ran in The New York Times, 9/28.)

But in another Met tradition, “Das Rheingold,” the first of Wagner’s “Ring” operas, begins in almost complete darkness. The conductor sneaks in, then cues the sustained low E flats in the orchestra that begin the piece so mysteriously.

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