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Re: Tatiana in Cavalleria Rusticana

Those are wonderful photos! Thanks! And all three characters are wearing crucifixes which i never realized or saw before as a theme in their costuming ...
yanju2001
Mar 22
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Tatiana in Cavalleria Rusticana

Tatiana assumed one of her signature roles as Santuzza in San Francisco Opera's November 1980 production. I have uploaded three beautiful photos. Enjoy.
leonor2mur
Mar 21
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Dallas Dido

In March 1973, Opera reviewed the Dallas production of Dido and Aeneas. Roger Dettivier had this to say: "What went wrong with Dido can be traced to its
yanju2001
Mar 1
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"Don Carlo" 1989 on Sirius

The Met's "Don Carlo" broadcast from 1989 will be on SiriusXM this week, Wednesday afternoon at 3 and Friday night at midnight. This was Troyanos's
ombramesta
Feb 23
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Re: Gurrelieder

And please excuse the typos... the results of the above-mentioned rapture, no doubt.
plantschlinde
Jan 20
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Gurrelieder

Imagine my rapture when browsing youtube and coming across this gem. And my apaologiew to everybody should this already have been grought up and missed by me.
plantschlinde
Jan 20
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Shedding Light on "The Cellar Sisters"

Wonderful find! I can’t wait to see this Bell Tel. Hour video! Looking back again to Troyanos’ and the Sound of Music, it seems she not only sang in a
yanju2001
Jan 5
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Troyanos on the Telephone Hour, 1961

I finally ordered a copy of the Telephone Hour “Music of Richard Rodgers” show from November 1961 (this was the second anniversary of the opening of
ombra mesta
Dec 30, 2014
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Cosi fan TuTTe

Have to admit that WQXR chose a great (if slightly unexpected) photo to illustrate "The Heavenly Blend of Sopranos and Mezzos" - this week's episode of the
ombra mesta
Nov 25, 2014
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Re: A Memory of Early Troyanos, and TT in musicals pre-'63

I looked up the Boston Globe's review of the Boston Arts Festival's "Iolanthe" in 1964. “With the exception of murky diction from most, except Savoyard
ombramesta
Oct 31, 2014
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Re: A Memory of Early Troyanos

Ooops! I see this O'Neill piece has been posted within the past few years. However, those links are also defunct. Cheers!
yanju2001
Sep 26, 2014
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A Memory of Early Troyanos

It’s been twelve years since Paul O’Neill wrote these insightful, touching remembrances of summer nights at the ‘64 Boston Arts Festival …a look back
yanju2001
Sep 22, 2014
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Thinking of you ...

...on your 76th! Thanks for all the great music! @} ---}------------------- Julia
yanju2001
Sep 12, 2014
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Troyanos talkfest

There was a lot to read in a long page of comments about Troyanos in Parterre.com in late June and July, beginning around here:
ombramesta
Aug 31, 2014
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Re: Oedipus Rex

Just today poesie_miauw@... posted at operasell that he has the the largest vKarajan catalog of works in the world! One then would think he has this Rome
julia yan
Jul 17, 2014
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