Cher Public

  • Camille: Here you be, darlin’̵ 2; httpv://youtube.co m/watch?v=JudgofOU Sas I admire Mme Gens very much but need to listen a bit... 1:59 PM
  • derschatzgabber: I am baffled my Stewart Wallace’s career as an opera composer. Even after the significant revisions that Lotfi... 1:54 PM
  • armerjacquino: Yes, lovely stuff. And thank you for Norman, too- the first recording of the work I ever owned. My favourite is Veronique... 1:26 PM
  • Camille: Assolutamente strepitosa!!!! Recall having read an interview with Ms. Streep in which she recounted listening to “some... 1:16 PM
  • kashania: I listened to all the Dido’s Laments that Kruno posted. I think the one that struck me most was Anderson, even with her... 1:15 PM
  • Camille: Sorry, that should be 1955. Features Tucker, Singher, Amara and I just heard McCracken gargling out a few lines as some minor... 1:06 PM
  • Camille: It perhaps bears mentioning that Miss Peters is singing her Olympia this week on a Sirius broadcast of Les Contes d’Hoffm... 1:05 PM
  • aulus agerius: He does sing it twice, exactly the same afaict. And no hi D. It’s amazing the wiggery can’t do any better by... 12:49 PM

The singing dead

“Somehow with opera, just as with theatre, it turns out that the monster’s head still hasn’t been cut off. Or else, like any monster worthy of the name, it keeps finding ways to rise from the grave.” Occasional friend of the box Joseph Cermatori offers an obituary of sorts for opera in New York in 2011-2012 in PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art.