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  • operaassport: James Morris? Wasnt Donald McIntyre available? 1:44 PM
  • kashania: Wow, that’s some major stuff. Too bad that Latonia Moore’s much-anticipated return will... 1:38 PM
  • Krunoslav: Bill– Who would have cast Callas as Pamina? I’d have wanted to hear the Queen, Donnas... 1:32 PM
  • Bill: Krunoslav – well La Scala was not really presenting alot of Mozart during Callas’ best... 1:21 PM
  • Milady DeWinter: Alas DellaCasaFan, I don’t think the Duparc was ever sung or taped. It would surely... 1:18 PM
  • antikitschychick: so did I and I can totally attest to the truthfulness of that statement :-D. Loved your... 1:18 PM
  • Daniel: Amen re that horrific Figaro shit-show a couple years ago. The men did a fine job, but the women,... 1:14 PM
  • Lindoro Almaviva: well, I think the issue was that she was offered Gretel and not Hanz. I think she could do... 1:11 PM
  • kashania: OMG, I can’t believe I forgot Gioconda!!! I love both of them. 1:04 PM
  • Evenhanded: Well. +2 on Alejandro’s post. I especially sympathize with: “I also love that 1963(?)... 1:04 PM

Things go better with Coote

Sophie Koch, a mezzo-soprano favoured by the current management over Brits Alice Coote and Sarah Connolly, sang Charlotte very intelligently and musically, without ever suggesting a woman on the brink of losing self-control.” [The Telegraph]