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Lloyd Schwartz

The inaugural show at the Metropolitan Museum’s Met Breuer branch raises the question of what makes a finished work of art. Critic Lloyd Schwartz calls it “an astonishing gathering of masterpieces.”
The opera, by the late composer Maurice Ravel, spins a modern fairy tale about a naughty child at bedtime. Critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews a new recording of it by conductor Seiji Ozawa.