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  • m. croche: Stolthet och Foerdom (2011) httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=MsgN DGkFGaI httpv://www.you... 3:10 PM
  • zinka: We have a HUGE number of wonderful essentially LYRIC tenors today….Rarel y do they sing dramatic... 2:50 PM
  • zinka: Siepi,Treigle,Hine s,Pape,etc…. what is he doing in all the big roles?????? 2:48 PM
  • Feldmarschallin: She managed to bring something special to every role which she sang. I miss her as well and... 2:48 PM
  • moritz: Yes, that’s how I remember her as well: An amazing dynamic range, the ability to turn a forte... 2:38 PM
  • Milady DeWinter: Ah! That’s true FeldM – I had forgotten; of course, she gave up that “exit... 2:36 PM
  • Feldmarschallin: In March usually. Feuriger Engel Maskenball Benedikt von Peter, Harteros, Beczala,... 2:20 PM
  • moritz: I’ve heard Zampieri quite frequently from 1980 on, mostly in Vienna and Zurich, but also at the... 2:15 PM
  • aulus agerius: Too bad there doesn’t seem to be a cabaletta for Pavarotti’s aria. 2:09 PM
  • Satisfied: I guess its that time of year for season announcements. Feld, when does Munich generally release... 2:06 PM

“Mary Garden Sad” (actual headline)

“I found Miss Garden… with her head resting on her hand, in a pose of interesting melancholy. In the mysterious atmosphere of the room, adorned with strange bibelots and with the setting sun forming a mystic halo around her head, she appeared almost like the ghost of Mélisande, while the languorous Anglo-Saxon accent of her voice rendered her sad speech the more interesting.” [New York Times]

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