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  • kashania: Agreed. Harteros is perhaps more ideally suited to Wagner/Strauss/Moz art (her Elsa in the Jones... 1:44 PM
  • Feldmarschallin: Fidelia and Lohengrin do not waste your time. This creature has been trashing Harteros for... 1:41 PM
  • Camille: o mon dieu! Now I want Confiture Ispahan, aussi!!!! YUM! thank you for introducing me to such... 1:39 PM
  • PCally: Kraneled, even if I shared your opinion (which I don’t) can you name a soprano who currently... 1:36 PM
  • NPW-Paris: Ah yes, roses… My Iranian friends love Pierre Hermé’s Ispahan as well! It turns up at... 1:35 PM
  • Camille: O danke Feldmarschallin und Lohengrin. Jetzt verstehe ich was ist ein “Diwan” ;! 1:35 PM
  • rapt: Heard her live just two years ago–have already raved about it a couple of times here. Her voice... 1:34 PM
  • NPW-Paris: I’m not complaining. The remarkable thing is that the recording is as good as it is. 1:32 PM
  • Buster: Wesseling is excellent too, but I don’t know any of the other singers either. No giants... 1:32 PM
  • Camille: httpv://youtube.co m/watch?v=EmPpDXvn Rr4 A rose from Ispahan along with a lily de la belle France. 1:30 PM

Magrets de canard

Sound please!For our weekly meander through mendacity, we turn to no less than Gotham Chamber Opera’s own Neal Goren (not pictured), who writes, “People repeat as fact that women ruin their voices, or at least sacrifice their high notes, by singing in chest voice. So untrue!”

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