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  • mirywi: Stephanie Blythe also inexplicably ignored. 10:49 PM
  • DerLeiermann: Is english with the ocassional reference to italian/german/fre nch the only acceptable language on parterre? Is there some... 10:09 PM
  • LT: He didn’t complain. He asked what it meant. So, at least for once, quit bitchin’. 10:06 PM
  • DerLeiermann: (Both are correct!) 10:05 PM
  • Camille: Qu’est-ce que ça veut dire, — “beurrrkkk&# 8221;??? Parlez en français, s’il vous plaît!!!!!!! Les... 9:53 PM
  • Rudolf: @ schweigundtanze Well … that’s a surprising statement. :-) 9:49 PM
  • Camille: oh yes, I inherited that recording and it was my introduction to the work and remember a quote from the back of the album;,... 9:49 PM
  • Rudolf: @ Camille Not at all time challenged … after Lily Pons clad in historic sound I just had to unearth the wonderful... 9:20 PM

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“The finale of Sweeney Todd left the stage of Avery Fisher Hall littered with corpses, but the evening, for all its flaws, felt vibrantly alive. If only the Met could get similarly revved for its production of Wozzeck. On Thursday night, the opera, whose graphic violence quotient is small potatoes compared to the Sweeney Todd bloodbath, played to a listless half-empty house.” [New York Observer] (Photo: Chris Lee)

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