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    Opera Lively Media Consultant Top Contributor Member Ann Lander (sospiro)'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sospiro View Post
    I didn't like the production. What in heaven's name was Manon's costume all about? Her Russian ladyship should have told them to 'on yer bike, luv' 'I ain't wearing that stoopid get up, no way' or however you say it in Russian.
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    Nyet?
    "Nyet" isn't really diva-ish enough. She should have flounced off the stage like Gheorghiu did when told she had to wear a blonde wig in Carmen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sospiro View Post
    "Nyet" isn't really diva-ish enough.
    Quite agree but unfortunately I don't know the Russian for "on yer troika, tovarich".
    Natalie

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    I have this one on DVD. Very good.
    Since that night at the Polka, I don't understand you, Sheriff.
    --Ashby, La Fanciulla del West

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    Don Giovanni from Opéra de Liège

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    Lucy Maud Montgomery

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    Le Nozze di Figaro from La Scala

    Conductor Franz Welser-Möst
    Staging Frederic Wake-Walker

    CAST
    Il Conte Carlos Àlvarez
    La Contessa Diana Damrau
    Figaro Markus Werba
    Susanna Golda Schultz
    Cherubino Marianne Crebassa
    Bartolo/Antonio Andrea Concetti
    Don Basilio/ Don Curzio Kresimir Spicer
    Barbarina Theresa Zisser*


    Natalie

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    One of my problems is that I can't always remember if I posted an opera here in the past and it is a bit of work to try figuring that out by paging back or going through my posts. Anyway, this is a fun one and sung in English:
    Since that night at the Polka, I don't understand you, Sheriff.
    --Ashby, La Fanciulla del West

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    I just stumbled across this on You Tube and it looks really good, Paisiello's Nina:
    Since that night at the Polka, I don't understand you, Sheriff.
    --Ashby, La Fanciulla del West

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    Already posted in the small talk thread but this video of the same 1904 butterfly contains subtitles in English for those interested in the changes!
    "Non sono in vena" Rodolfo summing up P.B's feelings on his dissertation.

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    I really wanted the Shostakovich orchestration, and did find it with English subs, but the second one down looks like a much cleaner video but is the Rimsky-Korsakov orchestration. Third one down, no subs, but longer--don't know which orchestration.





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    Il Barbiere di Siviglia from Glyndebourne 2016 with Danielle de Niese, Taylor Stayton (a young light tenor worth watching out for), Björn Bürger and Alessandro Corbelli.

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    oh, I just remembered I recorded this on the picture box and have not watched it yet. Is it

    watch it straight away

    watch it when you can

    other

    ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clayton View Post
    oh, I just remembered I recorded this on the picture box and have not watched it yet. Is it

    watch it straight away

    watch it when you can

    other

    ?
    Probs watch straight away as it is likely to get taken down.
    Natalie

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    Wow, this is great. Sawallisch complete Ring on You Tube. Too bad no subtitles. I watched part of Rheingold and would have to say this would be the perfect second set after my 1990 Levine. All the Ring is here in 7 videos queued up on the right hand side if you open it in You Tube. Unfortunately, no commercial DVD release.

    EDIT: You have to use THIS LINK to get the side queue of the rest of Sawallisch's ring to show up.

    Since that night at the Polka, I don't understand you, Sheriff.
    --Ashby, La Fanciulla del West

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    IL MATRIMONIO SEGRETO - CIMAROSA

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmlxiKPV-zY
    Since that night at the Polka, I don't understand you, Sheriff.
    --Ashby, La Fanciulla del West

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    Ah, my favorite of all Fidelio videos is now up with English subtitles:
    Since that night at the Polka, I don't understand you, Sheriff.
    --Ashby, La Fanciulla del West

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