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  • armerjacquino: Bloody hell, you’re really clutching at straws if you have to dredge up the Express.... 8:04 AM
  • Krunoslav: I don’t think having Troyanos’ more beautiful voice and style on record for Solti... 6:43 AM
  • Krunoslav: Not a patch on Our Own ‘ideally suited’ diva, no nonsense about her! http://www.expr... 6:40 AM
  • PushedUpMezzo: Well – if this has spurred your enthusiasm, there are a few places left on this holiday... 4:55 AM
  • moi: I guess we don’t have to worry about that…. I just read, that she’ll be singing... 3:49 AM
  • LT: Her first aria was sung quite well too. Certainly better than that dependable workhorse of today. 2:36 AM
  • Buster: Thanks – her intensity here reminded me of Frida Leider, love her. A lot of Symposium̵... 12:59 AM
  • Buster: Moi: the next Hamburg Fanciulla will be Barbara Haveman. 12:52 AM
  • Vergin Vezzosa: @parpignol – I find your comments about La Rad very interesting as I have had much the... 12:22 AM
  • Sempre liberal: I must admit, the Robert Greenberg Great Courses talks can help pass the time. The Verdi... 11:37 PM

C’est la guerre, mais ce n’est pas magnifique

“If war is hell, then Soldier Songs should rank somewhere around ‘purgatory.’ David T. Little’s hourlong opera, which made its NYC debut Sunday, takes a serious and exciting idea—the experiences of ordinary soldiers before, during and after combat—and reduces it to a mishmash of verbal and musical clichés.” [New York Post]