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    Opera Lively Site Owner / Administrator / Chief Editor Top Contributor Member Luiz Gazzola (Almaviva)'s Avatar
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    Outstanding, Desiree!!
    Is the index thread being updated? Soave?
    "J'ai dit qu'il ne suffisait pas d'entendre la musique, mais qu'il fallait encore la voir" (Stravinsky)

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    Richard Strauss
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    Teatro Lirico di Cagliari
    Conductor - Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos
    Director - Luca Ronconi
    Graefin - Dagmar Schellenberger
    Graf - Wolfgang Holzmair
    Flamand - Giuseppe Filianoti
    Olivier - Markus Werba
    La Roche - Jan-Hendrik Rootering
    Clairon - Doris Soffel
    Monsieur Taupe - Bruno Lazzaretti
    Una cantante italiana - Anna Chierichetti
    Un cantantate italiano - Massimiliano Pisapia
    Un giovane ballerina - Anjella Kouznetsova
    Il maggiordomo - Hans Gunter Nocker






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    Quote Originally Posted by treemaker View Post
    HERE is the link.

    Elsewhere someone asked about Anna Netrebko as Susanna in Mozart's "Nozze di Figaro". I found this.
    I have this DVD, it's part of the M22 box. The general consensus (and I agree) is that it is a very bad staging. Pretty much the only good thing there is Anna. Otherwise it is a disaster that sucks the fun out of this opera.
    "J'ai dit qu'il ne suffisait pas d'entendre la musique, mais qu'il fallait encore la voir" (Stravinsky)

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    Anna Netrebko singing La Traviata from Saint Petersburg, in 1994:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    Thanks so much Emiel. Now I can see what all the fuss is about without spending a fortune.
    You're welcome, but I have to admit, looking back through the thread - this one has already been posted on page 12. The index needs to be updated!

    Edit: The previous post seems to be missing the first act.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emiellucifuge View Post
    Edit: The previous post seems to be missing the first act.
    That's right - I had seen that but didn't want to watch just part of it, especially in such a weird-*** production.
    Natalie

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    Mother's Ring, by Manolis Kalomiris, written in 1939:


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    Gustav Holst's Savitri (1908):


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    One of the Jesuit operas composed for the upbringing of the Chiquitanos, San Ignacio de Loyola was written by Domenico Zipoli, a composer that decided in 1716, at 28 years old, to renounce everything and go to America, to the Missions.


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    One of the operas based on Garcia Lorca's works, is Yerma, by Heitor Villa-Lobos. We can hear it complete, and recently uploaded, in youtube:


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    In the 1920s Darius Milhaud wrote the three Opéras-Minutes (Mini-Operas), with a libretto by Henri Hoppenot, based on Greek mythology. All together, they amount for around 27 minutes. They are:

    1.- L'enlèvement d'Europe
    2.- L'abandon d'Ariane
    3.- Le délivrance de Thésée

    All can be heard complete in youtube:



    recorded in 1929 under the conducting of Milhaud himself.

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    Angelique (1926) was arguably the most popular opera by Jacques Ibert:


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    What we ask of music, first and last, is that it communicate experience - experience of all kinds, vital and profound at its greatest, amusing or entertaining at another level. But communication is two-sided - vital and profound communication makes demands also on those who are to receive it... demands in the sense of concentration, of genuine effort to receive what is being communicated.

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    Some reflections on music of American composer Roger Sessions, also one of the more influential teachers in America for several generations, from his position at Princeton.

    The Idyll of Theocritus (1954) One act opera:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Schigolch View Post
    Parsifal - Bayreuth 2012
    Thanks, Schigolch! Watching this now; really fascinating. As usual, Herheim throws in everything but the kitchen sink, but in a very beautiful, orchestrated way.

    Opus Arte, I'm waiting for the DVD!

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    Carlisle Floyd - Susannah


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