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  • Cicciabella: Beautiful animation. If Maria had lived in ancient times, a constellation would have been named after her. 1:36 AM
  • m. croche: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=zQHT blcylF0 1:13 AM
  • zinka: OT httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=tNrR XyPNxqE&featur e=youtu.be So beautiful…an d sad!!!!! 12:33 AM
  • mia apulia: quite a romp, Forrester! a great relief from Arabella….. 12:26 AM
  • PCally: Camille, Studer is the empress on the Sawallisch, but she’s better on the Solti DVD. She is probably my favorite Elisabeth... 12:22 AM
  • Camille: Impromptu Opera Quiz— An aria from La Clemenza di Tito. In what other opera do we hear the exact same melody? httpv://youtube... 12:08 AM
  • Camille: Oh, you and I must have seen the same “iffy” Rosenkav, as ai know exactly what you are speaking of. Well, I love... 12:02 AM
  • PCally: Camille, I know that to you Ryansek will never be topped, but Studer is simply EXTRAORDINARY in as the empress especially on the... 11:48 PM

Geherheimnis

“Since no opera company in the U.S. has quite got up the courage to present a Herheim production, this webcast offers us a chance to sample this director’s unique style of Regie: it’s simultaneously brainy and exuberant, somehow balancing strict intellectual rigor and the brashest theatricality. It’s a bit like hearing a treatise from TDR performed by Lypsinka.” Our Own JJ returns to the pages of Musical America with his latest Rough and Regie column. (Thanks to Likely Impossibilities for the very handy neologism in the headline!)

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