Cher Public

  • Camille: As well, what about this Wotan and why haven’t I heard more about him from some parterrian or other? True that he sings... 10:21 AM
  • Camille: Tantissimi auguri al Egregissimo Maestro di MUsica, Riccardo MUTI! httpv://youtube.co m/watch?v=lr8FIaHh aS8 In his finest... 10:03 AM
  • Krunoslav: Those Archives can be tricky…. 9:56 AM
  • Orlando Furioso: GERAINT Evans. I honestly don’t know if that was autocorrect or me typing carelessly. 9:53 AM
  • Orlando Furioso: As has been recounted in more than one book (I recall those by Bing and Gearing Evans), Solti wanted Watson for the Peter... 9:52 AM
  • Christopher Corwin: Thanks. Both the SF archives (again) and an old friend in Chicago let me down. 9:46 AM
  • Camille: What a rare treat! I can hardly wait to hear this one and, certainly, didn’t expect the luxury of hearing Mrs Watson in... 9:36 AM
  • Krunoslav: Two other major Watson studio recordings: Anna in Klemperer’s not quite gelled DON GIOVANNI and Agathe in the von Matacic... 9:28 AM

Wingless victory

Of particular visual interest in last weekend’s Lohengrin (though not perhaps so tantalizing as Jonas Kaufmann‘s aristocratic bare feet, pictured above) is the very obvious change in the staging that was made between the antegenerale (in which Anja Harteros sang Elsa) and the telecast opening night. Read more »