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    Last year the Korean National Opera staged La Traviata set in 18th century Korea to promote the Winter Olympics in Korea here is a very nice 53 minute compilation:



    Very nice.

    When I showed this to my mother and asked let her guess which opera it was she said Madama Butterfly. A hanbok looks very different from a kimono.

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    Ferruccio Furlanetto's top ten Verdi bass arias.



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    Some sounds of the season from JK:

    Adeste Fideles



    Cantique de NoŽl


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    More seasonal music, this time from Camilla Nylund. I think she sings these carols in Finnish -- but she sounds wonderful in whichever language she's singing.

    Cantique de NoŽl



    Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht


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    Another instance of searching on YouTube for one thing and stumbling on something else. This clip from a concert performance of Verdi's Otello has Limmie Pulliam in the title role -- and wow!, this gentleman is the real deal.



    Here's a link to his web site: https://www.limmiepulliam.com/about

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    why have i never watched this from the Magic Flute??

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    I've never heard this duet before, either. I'm guessing it must come very close to the end of the opera, since the couple has already produced the little Papagenos and Papagenas that they're looking forward to in the famous "Pa-Pa-Pa" duet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAuer View Post
    I've never heard this duet before, either. I'm guessing it must come very close to the end of the opera, since the couple has already produced the little Papagenos and Papagenas that they're looking forward to in the famous "Pa-Pa-Pa" duet.
    some one mention that Wolfie wrote but did not include it in the opera. ?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by halochef View Post
    why have i never watched this from the Magic Flute??
    This isn't from The Magic Flute. It's from a sequel that the librettist Schikaneder wrote called Das Labyrinth. The music is by Peter Winter, a student of Salieri. I've never heard the opera either; apparently it's not that good but gets brought back up every once in a while as a curiosity because of the obvious marketability.

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