Kreutzer Sonata


Saturday, November 16, 2002

Beethoven, Leo Tolstoy, and Leos Janacek each have a story to tell, and they say it's the same one. Studio 360’s Julie Burstein uncovers the tale that began to twist in the late-19th century.

Produced by:

Julie Burstein


Sarah Lilley

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