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  • Camille: Mme Marshie — I would listen to BILL on this one, for I think his judgment is correct... 3:28 PM
  • armerjacquino: Camille, I was in NYC about a month before the production of FOLLIES opened in 2011. I... 3:27 PM
  • Feldmarschallin: She was booed by one person and that is the one who has been trashing her on youtube for... 3:26 PM
  • Feldmarschallin: Well a friend of mine flew back on the same flight as he did on Saturday 14.50 which got... 3:16 PM
  • Camille: armerjacquino — indeed, I had that recording of Aïda, als Kind, and still remember it, chiefly... 3:15 PM
  • Buster: Acts two and three were sometimes combined, with cuts in both acts. I don’t believe this is... 3:13 PM
  • Claudia4Ever: ooh! where/how did you get this recording? is it possible to download? thank you thank you! 3:09 PM
  • moi: Still on the famous Aida concert… another surprising hero has popped out; Erwin Schrott gets a lot... 3:00 PM
  • Lohengrin: Sure, seemed ambitious, but flu is no question of that, flu happens…R 30;……. 2:58 PM
  • Milady DeWinter: Well, the good news is that Mr. Lee is a very fine tenor. 2:51 PM

Thanking you so much

La Scoopenda tries on Vera Galupe-Borszkh‘s mantle of grandezza for an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer (“I don’t even know where Indiana, Pa., is – but I’m going there soon, for a concert”), describing herself as being from the old school, “especially compared to the young turks running around on the operatic stages in Europe these days, sometimes wearing nothing but their underwear. Opera over there has become quite a youthful pursuit and competitive sport.”

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