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  • Camille: Merci bien, mon ami L’oseau lyre! Yes, I auditioned this version as well but decided to go for the one more close in time... 10:25 PM
  • Gualtier M: As for the fusty English translation – I have a suspicion that they used an old, out of copyright translation from the... 10:15 PM
  • Henry Holland: I went to my first opera in 1988, LP’s were still the only way to get a lot of opera recordings as they hadn’t... 10:06 PM
  • skoc211: What a lovely story. I grew up in a stiflingly conservative Catholic family, but the one godsend was that my grandmother was a... 9:49 PM
  • DeepSouthSenior: Last month, Mrs. DSS and I took a preacher friend and his wife to their first opera – The Live in HD Summer Encore... 9:20 PM
  • Camille: ‘Twould be a SCANDALE if she didn’t ever do the Duchess of K.— She’d mop the floor with all them other fools on... 8:48 PM
  • Camille: What? All this sex and bustiers and Der ZeeWoolfe mentions neither the Turandot or the Liù? What’s up? Edit? Nary a... 8:42 PM
  • Quanto Painy Fakor: At least this is fun to watch: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=RczD Mrh8cSU 8:31 PM

Thanking you so much

La Scoopenda tries on Vera Galupe-Borszkh‘s mantle of grandezza for an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer (“I don’t even know where Indiana, Pa., is – but I’m going there soon, for a concert”), describing herself as being from the old school, “especially compared to the young turks running around on the operatic stages in Europe these days, sometimes wearing nothing but their underwear. Opera over there has become quite a youthful pursuit and competitive sport.”