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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    Aramis will be pleased to see a new JDF vehicle coming out:
    Absolutely, I already have JDF-bike, JDF-washing machine, JDF-submarine and many, many more... but I always want one more to come out from his workshop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    Aramis will be pleased to see a newJDF vehicle coming out.
    "I'm your vehicle, baby; I'll take you anywhere you wanna go."

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx--Juan Diego Florez, lead singer of The Ides of March

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    Puccini Il Trittico release date 7/31/2012

    I will probably pick this up, blu ray with Pappano ROH team makes me interested.
    Suor Angelica features a new beauty unknown to me Ermonela Jaho


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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    I've been hoping a video version of this opera would be released one, day, and here it is:

    WOW! Where can I get this? I went to amazon.ca/com/co.uk and nothing!!!

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    I've been hoping a video version of this opera would be released one, day, and here it is:


    I tried very hard...please where can I get it?

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by myaskovsky2002 View Post
    I tried very hard...please where can I get it?

    Martin
    It seems to be unavailable although it is on the unitel website. I have emailed them asking where to buy it.
    Natalie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    It seems to be unavailable although it is on the unitel website. I have emailed them asking where to buy it.
    Oh! What is unitel website? Could you give me their address?

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by myaskovsky2002 View Post
    Oh! What is unitel website? Could you give me their address?

    Martin
    I'd not heard of Unitel but I found it through Google.
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    Everyone keeps blabbing on and on about Le Grand Macabre. Is it really that epic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarpsichordConcerto View Post
    Everyone keeps blabbing on and on about Le Grand Macabre. Is it really that epic?
    Le Grand Macabre - Gran Teatre del Liceu - Barcelona

    Conductor: Michael Boder
    Stage Director: La Fura dels Baus

    Piet the Pot - Chris Merritt
    Amando - InÚs Moraleda
    Amanda - Ana Puche
    Nekrotzar - Werner Van Mechelen
    Astradamors - Frode Olsen
    Mescalina - Ning Liang
    Venus / Gepopo - Barbara Hannigan
    Prince Go-Go - Brian Asawa


    Premiere of this opera in Barcelona. In those days, many times most of the advertisement and the supposed excitement of an opera, is in the staging.

    In this case, it's really so. First, La Fura dels Baus's is a powerful staging, indeed, and, second and most important, Ligeti had in mind more a conventional piece of theater than an opera (mainly in his first version. The second version, the one performed yesterday, is more balanced).

    This giant doll, Claudia, 7x18 meters, is the physical and symbolic embodiment of the final tragedy/farce announced by Nekrotzar. And the last message, so aligned with the current situation in many countries of Europe:

    Fear not to die, good people all!
    No one knows when his hour will fall!
    And when it comes, then let it be...
    Farewell, till then, in cheerfulness


    The singers / actors were ok, just to stand out Brian Asawa and the best one in the cast, Barbara Hanningan:



    Interesting, but just interesting, evening

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    Quote Originally Posted by sospiro View Post
    I'd not heard of Unitel but I found it through Google.
    This was quite useful, I could get the code, A93001806. Thanks

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    It seems to be unavailable although it is on the unitel website. I have emailed them asking where to buy it.
    Here is the reply from Unitel:

    Le Grand Macabre will be released in September 2012. Then you can buy the DVD or Blu-ray in specialized trade.

    With best regards,

    Unitel GmbH & Co.KG
    Natalie

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    Wow! Two DVD/Blu-rays I will be getting then: Le Grand Macabre (peer group pressure), and Giulio Cesare in Egitto. Talk about contrast!

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