Among the composers mentioned in Death Comes for the Archbishop are Giuseppe Verdi, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Stephen Foster. Here are a few works of theirs to enjoy; your library may have other works by these composers.
Giuseppe Verdi: Nabucco
Details from the original Youtube page for the above video:
Nabucco (short for Nabucodonosor, English Nebuchadnezzar) is an opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Temistocle Solera, based on the Biblical story and the 1836 play by Auguste Anicet-Bourgeois and Francis Cornue. It is Verdi’s third opera and the one which is considered to have permanently established his reputation as a composer.
Nabucco follows the plight of the Jews as they are assaulted, conquered, and subsequently exiled from their homeland by the Babylonian King Nabucco (in English, Nebuchadnezzar). The historical events are used as background for a romantic and political plot.
Its first performance took place on 9 March 1842 at the Teatro alla Scala, Milan under the original name of Nabucodonosor.
Orchestra: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
J.S. Bach: Easter Oratorio, BWV 249
The Amsterdam Baroque Choir
The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra
Stephen Collins Foster (1826-1864)
1. Soirée Polka
2. Holiday Schottisch
3. Village Bells Polka
Noel Lester, piano
When in Excellence in Literature will you read the book that mentions these composers?