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- 22 Jan 2016, 22:59
- Forum: Opera Pub
- Topic: Which genres other than opera do you love?
- Replies: 5
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I love all kinds of classical music ; orchestral , chamber music, choral works, piano music, oratorios, lieder , etc. I'm also a big fan of the amazing Tuvan throat singing of southern Siberia and Mongolia, where one singer produces two or more pitches by producing audible overtones ! Years ago, I s...
- 22 Jan 2016, 19:08
- Forum: Opera
- Topic: Interesting rare Operas In My CD Collection
- Replies: 2
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I'm very interested in hearing operas outside the standard repertoire , and have learned that there are so many really interesting ones out there which deserve to be better known . I have quite a few of these in my CD collection , and among them, in no particular order are : Jonny Spielt Auf by Erns...
There have been so many notable operas written from around the mid 20th century to the present day . For example, St. Francis D'Assise of Messiaen, his only opera, Lear , based on Shakespeare by Aribert Reimann, Barber's Antony and Cleopatra , very underrated despite the negative critical reaction a...
I've heard the CD of the revised version of Le Grande Macabre conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen , and it's a lot of fun ! Alain Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic did a sort of semi-staged version in what is now David Geffen hall a few years ago which I did not see unfortunately .
Hello ! I'm new to the Operavivra forum . I've been a passionate opera fan for nearly 50 years since I was a teenager , and I think I know a thing or two about this wonderful art form . I have very wide-ranging tastes in opera and am familiar with a vast amount of operatic repertoire ranging from Mo...