Romans Clash Over Musical Treasures

Charles Davis passed along
This One
on the president of one of Romes most venerable musical institutions, who has sparked a row with
another organisation over the custody of valuable music artefacts.
He had joked that in their new home, musical treasures would be preserved and available for
research, unlike the original manuscript of Bellinis Norma, which he said is currently being gnawed
by mice under the very noses of the librarians.

But a journalist took the comment seriously and the librarian of the Conservatorio was asked to
respond.

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