Cher Public

  • gustave of montreal: « greatest of all Puccini scores » is a surprise to all of us. 7:21 PM
  • Camille: All the Bernard Herrmann one could ever ask for or want: httpv://youtube.co m/watch?v=9uIEIelz _SM About halfway through you may... 6:52 PM
  • Camille: Oh, I just notice Le Mage! That one is a fave of Mr Belfagor and we have had a little discussion at some point in time. I... 5:52 PM
  • Camille: You are not butting at all and your information is more than welcome as I see very clearly I have gotten lazy and relied to... 5:48 PM
  • Camille: Don’t worry about fiddle-arcing. It is okay, whenever and wherever. I am highly unreliable myself, so no es problema!! 5:35 PM
  • Camille: Thank you so much Monsieur Hippolyte! I used to always go there–they have saved me so many dollars, but I’ve gotten... 5:34 PM
  • NPW-Paris: Camille I’m in a place so remote I can only reply by smartphone and it’s too fiddle-arsing. I hope to find time... 5:33 PM
  • Hippolyte: According to its website, the New York Public Library owns two circulating copies of the Gounod Polyeucte CD on Dynamic–a... 4:50 PM

To the victors go the DVDs

Congratulations and thanks to all the many, many parterriani who participated in the second annual Bühnenweihfestspielkrieg, an event that La Cieca is overjoyed to note sparked the liveliest discussion of the sort she so avidly welcomes here on her little chat board. The winners of the competition are named after the jump. Read more »

After the apocalypse

A reminder, cher public, that the Bühnenweihfestspielkrieg will finish tomorrow afternoon at the end of the broadcast/HD performance (and chat!) of Götterdämmerung from the Met. If you have any last-minute brainstorms, hurry now to the original posting and get them down and black and white. Read more »