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  • Camille: Hmmmm…..when I heard him sing Otello at Carnegie a few years ago with Muti et al, I thought it would develop more over time.... 12:22 AM
  • Niel Rishoi: I listened to the “O patria mia” and “Un bel di 3 times each. My word. What a full-bodied, luscious tone,... 12:11 AM
  • Camille: NO more Adinas, that is. Adriana is very nice and the triumphant “L’asp etto!!” at the end of the Butterfly is... 12:08 AM
  • pavel: That there’s some luscious singing! Spasibo to whoever recorded this, and to La Cieca for posting it. 12:05 AM
  • Camille: Bella e brava! This time no breathing in middle of words. As close as she could get to what the composer had indicated. That C... 11:29 PM
  • Camille: Exhibit A: httpv://youtube.co m/watch?v=FwhFusHe 00c Exhibit B: httpv://youtube.co m/watch?v=FwD5-Tas Hec 11:01 PM
  • gustave of montreal: Elle roupillait la vilaine 10:45 PM
  • Camille: httpv://youtube.co m/watch?v=pHDJ3YXH 4yU 10:43 PM

Breaking dawn

When Giuseppe Filianoti isn’t busy being one of the world’s more versatile tenors (as he will be next season at the Met, headlining La rondine and La clemenza di Tito), he plays detective. The latest target of his crafty Calabrian grey cells is the score to Francesco Cilèa’s L’Arlesiana, which he will perform in concert next week at Theater Freiburg, and in typically tenorial fashion, his discovery involves a “lost” aria for his character of Federico. Read more »