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  • Bill: Mrs.jc – Sciutti was very fine as Susanna -her sound was not as full as Seefried’s or... 11:59 AM
  • Cocky Kurwenal: Yes, Regina must have seen Roschmann’s Susanna on his travels somewhere, she has only... 11:48 AM
  • redbear: Warning! Excessive consumption could be hazardous to your health and irritate those whom you are... 11:37 AM
  • Milady DeWinter: Wonderful critique, Rowna – thank you. (I liked the fast recits too, a real time... 11:35 AM
  • Rowna: The chat last night was a lot of fun. We all tried to help each other as the feed on some browsers... 11:04 AM
  • Feldmarschallin: Mrs Claggart it is so nice to have you back here. Hope you stay. 11:00 AM
  • Bill: MMII – yes listen to Schwarzkopf as the Countess and there are many renditions of her meltingly... 10:58 AM
  • uwsinnyc: Yes – much as I love Levine, I agree- this seemed a bit inconsistent. Parts too heavy, parts... 10:51 AM
  • Chester: Loved Mattei too; liked Peteresen after Act 1. I expected more for Ildar and thought Leonard was... 10:48 AM
  • Bill: Rowna – on the contrary I found Upshaw vocally unalluring as Susanna – hardly one of my... 10:45 AM

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  • WindyCityOperaman says:

    Born on this day in 1865 composer Jean Sibelius

    Born on this day in 1879 composer Rudolf Friml

    Born on this day in 1890 composer Bohuslav Martinu

    Born on this day in 1903 soprano Irene Eisinger

    Born on this day in 1920 baritone Gérard Souzay

    Happy 78th birthday tenor Edward Sooter

    Happy 65th birthday tenor Yury Marusin