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    Senior Member Involved Member Floria's Avatar
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    As someone said in another thread "You can never have too many La Traviata's."

    This is the circus version:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Floria View Post
    As someone said in another thread "You can never have too many La Traviata's."

    This is the circus version:

    What is it with Villazón and clowns? I haven't watched this yet but I feel pretty dubious that it is going to work.
    Natalie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    What is it with Villazón and clowns? I haven't watched this yet but I feel pretty dubious that it is going to work.
    But think how powerful it will be when Violetta sings "Vesti La Giubba"!

    Oh wait . . .

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    One year before the commercially available Fidelio conducted by Bernstein with Gundula Janowitz, here is Gundula playing Leonore in 1977 (this one appears to be available used on VHS tape though):
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    Excuse me if this was posted before, but worth a re-post anyway, with English subtitles, and an excellent Florestan:
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jq1qfG0r4LE
    I have no idea if this has been already posted, but as someone who have just recently listened to Elektra, and hated it, this video made me like it very very much. Elektra is to be watched and listened, it just doesn't work as a recoding (audio), at least for me...

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    Not sure if this has been posted before

    "The world calls them its singers and poets and artists and storytellers; but they are just people who have never forgotten the way to fairyland."
    Lucy Maud Montgomery

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    That's a great Cosě! For me it is the best updated staging so far, I like it much better than the 2009 Salzburg one, directed by Claus Guth, that gets so much praise in spite of Bo Skovhus. The asthma attack during Smanie implacabile gets me everytime.

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    Here is an old TV edition of the Flying Dutchman, sung in English, and staring Gwyneth Jones:


    Video quality is not the greatest, but here is a video that has the same production where Senta sings the ballad in somewhat better image quality.
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    This is an opera that I'm revisiting and it's taking more and more of my time!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Orestis23 View Post
    This is an opera that I'm revisiting and it's taking more and more of my time!



    I really like Duke Bluebeard's Castle, which surprises even me, considering my general aversion to modern works.

    I saw a wonderful production (well, I thought it was wonderful) in LA a year ago that was very spare on a huge revolving platform but with surprising and interesting effects. It was done in conjunction with the opening opera Dido and Aeneas, which also was terrific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoffmann View Post
    I really like Duke Bluebeard's Castle, which surprises even me, considering my general aversion to modern works.

    I saw a wonderful production (well, I thought it was wonderful) in LA a year ago that was very spare on a huge revolving platform but with surprising and interesting effects. It was done in conjunction with the opening opera Dido and Aeneas, which also was terrific.
    I spent years bludgeoning myself with Italian opera...I can eat Verdi all day, but lately I have been listening to various different operas just to 'eat some new foods an learn some new tastes' - Palestrina with Wunderlich is great and the full version is online and this is a nice production...


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

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    Saint-Saens Henry VIII
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    Quote Originally Posted by Florestan View Post
    Saint-Saens Henry VIII
    This is a very cool opera.
    Natalie

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