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    I think a conclusion is being reached that The...

    I think a conclusion is being reached that The Verdi Question! is irrelevant in the greater philosophical quest for the next opera to become familiar with.
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    OMG what butterfly landed on your neck! And such...

    OMG what butterfly landed on your neck! And such epic hair! Do you still wear bow ties? I'm a bow tie guy too!
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    I actually really like Macbeth in comparison to...

    I actually really like Macbeth in comparison to other Verdi operas. But in the end it's always better to go with Tristan und Isolde. :tongue-new:
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    I updated my old (and broken) iPhone earphones to...

    I updated my old (and broken) iPhone earphones to a newer version. I can now hear this crazy stuff much clearer than before! Nice bass too. Does justice to the bass clarinet at times anyhow. :)
    ...
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    What do you look like?

    Only if you're comfortable to share a photo, that is.

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    Much much much better than the photos published by the media. This was just after a performance of my Sinfonia Concertante.

    What...
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    Very anxiously!

    Very anxiously!
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    Ooooooh do you have any photos of you in college?...

    Ooooooh do you have any photos of you in college? I believe that hair is actually passed through the mother's genes I think...and on the composer's mother's side of the family they all have very...
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    More interesting news, quite a pleasant article...

    More interesting news, quite a pleasant article to read actually http://www.theage.com.au/national/education/boy-composer-from-little-things-big-things-grow-20150821-gj4u60.html
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    You saw...which person live for the first time...

    You saw...which person live for the first time exactly? Sorry, I'm a bit slow :stupid:
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    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51d5P5xM5iL....

    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51d5P5xM5iL.jpg

    I think Charpentier must be one of my favourite baroque composers by now.
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    Okayyyyy I found time this afternoon to listen to...

    Okayyyyy I found time this afternoon to listen to an opera in full finally and for some reason I felt like giving La Traviata yet another chance
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    The Italian style R in French opera is my pet...

    The Italian style R in French opera is my pet hate...and also I find it annoying hearing English with those rolled Rs as well.
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    http://www.harmoniamundi.com/__media/document/4756...

    http://www.harmoniamundi.com/__media/document/4756/2901289.90_G.jpg

    I'm being a bit sneaky and incorporating this into how I practise French for school...I'm following along with a French urtext...
  14. I'm unfortunately unfamiliar with almost every...

    I'm unfortunately unfamiliar with almost every Rossini operas apart from Guillaume Tell, Il Barbiere Di Siviglia and La Cenerentola. So...pass.
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    I bet that in 100 years time Sciarrino will...

    I bet that in 100 years time Sciarrino will hardly be 'obscure!'
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    http://cps-static.rovicorp.com/3/JPG_400/MI0001/009/MI0001009843.jpg?partner=allrovi.com

    This is one of my favourite choral music recordings ever.
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    I usually hit the hay at 11pm when my brain...

    I usually hit the hay at 11pm when my brain ceases to function....but I try to squeeze in as much opera as I can prior to that. In terms of getting homework done....I would like to get back to the...
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    HAPPY BIRTHDAYYYYYYYYYYYYYY WAS THERE...

    HAPPY BIRTHDAYYYYYYYYYYYYYY

    WAS THERE CAKE???????

    :pig:
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    I believe that the play it was based upon was...

    I believe that the play it was based upon was even more overtly anti-aristocracy than the toned-down libretto Mozart worked with. I think that duet in act 1 between Susanna and Marcellina definitely...
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    This afternoon I listened to the Jacobs Don...

    This afternoon I listened to the Jacobs Don Giovanni.

    And now I am listening to this for the first time:

    http://cps-static.rovicorp.com/3/JPG_400/MI0001/079/MI0001079996.jpg?partner=allrovi.com
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    Yet another reason to become familiar with Don...

    Yet another reason to become familiar with Don Carlos...ok :)
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    Operas with political themes?

    I'm still and opera noob. What are the most notable operas with political themes in the repertoire? I guess this is an area I would like to discover more.
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    The thing with Vivaldi that has been making me...

    The thing with Vivaldi that has been making me decide against listening to him these days is the sheer amount of energy, which isn't especially what I want at 11pm at night at this time of the year.
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    Hopefully! Perhaps he could be working on a...

    Hopefully! Perhaps he could be working on a libretto for a long term project, but he might also be planning to get in contact with other writers with the prospect of writing an opera to their...
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    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/arts/mel...

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/arts/melbourne-students-composition-shines-spotlight-on-five-guitars/story-fni0fcgk-1227502144855?sv=6ad8ecf88bed66465426ac50574ef7b6

    Oh here is some...
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