Headshot of La Cieca

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  • olliedawg: I agree with the phrase, too. I, too, have been in concert performances where the physical... 9:20 AM
  • David: Must be a slow news day. Or La Cieca’s heard a ‘commonwealt h accent’ again:... 8:45 AM
  • manou: Here is Siepi http://songbook1.f iles.wordpress.com /2010/06/cesare-si epi-in-don-giovann i-1.jpg And... 8:41 AM
  • DellaCasaFan: Cesare Siepi also had an earring in the Salzburg 1954 production. Ever since I saw it on video,... 8:19 AM
  • laddie: A very nicely done staging of the overture here, Robert Carsen, OF COURSE! http://www.yout... 5:19 AM
  • laddie: I was thinking the same…gloriou s voice! 4:54 AM
  • WindyCityOperaman: Born on this day in 1900 composer Ernst Krenek httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=M... 4:29 AM
  • Lohengrin: Same! 2:11 AM
  • Lohengrin: “Acting withe the voice”: a very good description, of what singers should be able to... 2:09 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: Just a few words since I am leaving here shortly but the last two performances in Salzburg... 1:33 AM

Hingegeben war ich stumm

pattinson“A tousle-haired and radiant young man called Ein Gast… appears” [NY Times]

32 comments

  • Camille says:

    Yes, Dear Doyenne, it is a good one. We liked Betsy’s first attempt very much as well as aloki miyeyi’s rhyme of tomassini+weenie as well.

    Well, how about a “strapping, dusky, husky, and/or earthy” limerick next up?