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Cher Public

  • ML: I hated his Philip — all flailing around and superficial grasp of the text. 9:43 PM
  • ML: Big family. Understood. Of course, how stupid of the Met to have a glorious Hungarian bass on the... 9:36 PM
  • Gualtier M: Morris is one of the greatest Wagner singers of all time. His Wotan is historic, a friend... 9:18 PM
  • Gualtier M: He has already sung the Flieder Monolog in concerts and recorded “Wahn, Wahn” as well... 9:11 PM
  • Bill: Bretz has 5 or 6 Children – so I imagine he will continue to sing alot in Budapest where this... 9:11 PM
  • ML: 1-2 years of heavy study? 9:01 PM
  • Bluebeard: another article I read years ago made mention of the fact that Pape didn’t quite find Hans... 8:57 PM
  • ML: Answering my own question, the Glasgow “yes” margin seems lower than expected —... 8:20 PM
  • La Cieca: Yes, please use this link: http://goo.gl/8fjA Jz 8:15 PM
  • Jack Jikes: Cara La Cieca – Can I order via Parterre? 8:10 PM

Schrödinger’s cat fancy

“So is opera as vibrant as ever, or is it hanging on by a thread? How to write the history of an art form that hovers, Schrödinger’s catlike, simultaneously alive and dead?” As we awaken from our holiday nap, what better reading to curl up with than a review by Zachary Woolfe (not pictured) of the new study A History of Opera?