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Subject: Giordani
From: Miguel A DeVirgilio <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Miguel A DeVirgilio <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 10 Feb 2003 06:51:23 -0800
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After hearing  Il Pirata broadcast, I came to the final conclusion that Giordani new technique has solidified
his extreme upper register at he expense of consistency in the middle.
In addition, his voice has taken a comprimario quality that makes difficult to identify him on a blind test.

If you listen to the commercial  recording of Il Pirata  with Caballé and Bernabé Marti, you will find a
similarity between Marti and Giordani voices,in this role at least.

The only memorable moment from last Saturday broadcast was René Fleming  Qual Sorriso....

Miguel de Virgilio

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