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    Quote Originally Posted by Gigli13 View Post
    Here r some remastered CD's don't think they sound as good as the LP S.? Not bad though not that much difference let alone the equipment you play on etc. No can of worms or Forest Fire? I am neutral like Switerland. Always something good to find in any artist.(hopefully) I like the pictures and wonder how these Singers had the energy to dress up learn their parts get along w conductor and other performers, deal with traveling by boat and train as well as planes and give same performance night after night. These older costumes and pictures almost make one feel the pride involved in the total production. If someone likes her or doesn't shouldn't matter so long as people give the Performer the credit for trying their best and it is then the personalities are fun to observe. The critic myself included should remember it's the Performer who gives the performance not the critic. It's still fun to compare though.
    Thank you for this reply, I could not have said it better myself. I am completely with you with the compare thing.
    However I did meant the Warner remastering . That's what I am curious about.

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    Here is something comparable to that 1956 clip (I guess):

    http://klassikundopern.web.tv/video/...4__ikr8azjaclk

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    Last few days I've been enjoying listening in the car this 1952 live recording of Rigoletto, with Giuseppe di Stefano:

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