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    Just arrived:
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    Aida-Conducted by Pappano.
    With Jonas Kaufmann as Radames

    And:

    My first listen to the opera Khovanshchina. I'm liking it very much so far

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    Idomeneo from the Chandos Opera in English series

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    Wohlers is an excellent tenor who sings Jaquino here, and Lionel in in the You Tube of
    Flotow's Martha
    (which I just finshed watching for the third time, it is so good).


    This is not exciting me as much as it once did, so I am glad the Leontyne Price set is ordered.
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    ^ Also should get the DVD of that performance. It is wonderful.


    Current listening:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Florestan View Post
    ^ Also should get the DVD of that performance. It is wonderful.
    I do have it. Good to just listen because it made me realise how"prokofievy" the music is, in contrast to the 18C intermezzo plot.
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    First listen. Is very good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Florestan View Post
    First listen. Is very good!
    I'm glad you like it so far Florestan!

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    I need to watch and listen to this one too!

    Currently, Renee Fleming:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Florestan View Post
    ^ Also should get the DVD of that performance. It is wonderful.


    Current listening:

    I must say, the last track on this is worth the whole set. Callas does a superb job freaking out when she finds out her lover is indeed dead and it was not a fake shooting.
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    A pair of Verdi operas.

    Beverly Sills in La Traviata:


    And Otello with Renata Tebaldi

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    Necessities of life: food, water, air, shelter, and opera.

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    Offenbach: The Tales of Hoffmann

    My first listen to this French opera. Sills' recording had to be my first listen. I really do like Joan Sutherland as well as Victoria De Los Angeles & Elisabeth Shwartzkopf....probably all four are in my top dozen of female opera singers. So really I'm going to have to get around to at least two other versions of this work at some point too

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    Necessities of life: food, water, air, shelter, and opera.

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    I am home! Listened to Cariven's Belle Helene twice on the flight (with all the shout-y dialogue bits removed) and once more when dealing with customs/retrieving checked luggage.

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    Also, a brief trip summary.

    Operas watched: Tannhauser, Lucia di Lammermoor, Jenufa, Nabucco, La Forza, Oberon, Semiramide, La Favorite, Hoffman, and Andrea Chenier
    Concerts: Anja Harteros lieder, Simon Keenlyside & band
    Biggest disappointment (relative to expectations): La Forza?
    Biggest surprise delight (also relative, what are other ways to say "opposite of disappointment"?): Jenufa
    New fan of: Georg Zeppenfeld, Elena Pankratova, Vitalij Kowaljow, Rachael Wilson, Johannes Kammler, and Michael Spyres

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