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  • Feldmarschallin: People need to lighten up a bit here. Everything gets taken so seriously. Kruno has a... 1:43 PM
  • moi: 1:37 PM
  • Buster: Haitink conducts the Four Last Songs. He conducted so many singers in this (Janowitz, Söderström,... 1:04 PM
  • messa di voce: Agree about A-L. Every technical challenge is met, but the basic sound of the voice is just... 12:57 PM
  • antikitschychick: Yay looking forward to your report Lohengrin :-). Fidelia: I will! Probably after I finish... 12:50 PM
  • Fidelia: P.S. To Lohengrin, greetings to the charming older lady with the white hair whom we also met on... 12:43 PM
  • Fidelia: Lohengrin, I just sent you an SMS with my e-mail address. Let me know here if you don’t get... 12:42 PM
  • kennedet: Sorry, but this is a combination of ingratitude and arrogance, Krunoslav. Should Cieca have... 12:41 PM
  • luvtennis: I have heard the following live performances of the aria by Price: 1957 – San Francisco... 12:37 PM
  • Lohengrin: Fidelia, could it be possible to contact You outside parterre.com? 12:32 PM

I’ve been working on the regie road

Remember, remember, the first of November, the Occupy regie and quiz! In fact, it required only a few hours of that fateful day for spiderman to identify the opera in question. It was indeed Verdi’s Macbeth, in a staging by Ivo van Hove for the Opéra de Lyon. Another puzzler, this one “period” in style, follows the jump.

36 comments

  • Quanto Painy Fakor says:

    Has anyone quessed War and Peace yet?

  • lucy brown says:

    Has someone set Dr. Zhivago to music? (And would that mean that the book no one ever finished became the movie through which no one ever stayed awake, and then the opera no one ever heard of?)