I'm not a Twain scholar, but I can think right
away of several "writings" about Mark Twain and
- he played the piano, and things have been
written about that, not to mention photos of him
- he reviewed musical events for some of the
papers he worked for (I believe I've read some of
those often hilarious reviews).
- the famous quote about Wagner's music not being
as bad as it sounds. Or is that apocryphal?
I'm looking forward to hearing more about Twain and music, for sure.
Benjamin N. Wise, Ph.D.
Keene State College