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Subject: Tenors
From: Kenn Harris <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Sat, 8 Feb 2003 00:25:22 EST
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As a possible counter-balance to the discussions of Mr. Cura's bodascious
qualities, how about a good, old-fashioned discussion of  one of my very
favoriye tenors, Franco Corelli.  How many of you find his foice incredibly
sexy, paqssionaye, and ravishing.  Even if you didn;t know what he looked
like, didn't he SOUND like he was
very handsome?  How many of y'all loved Corelli's incredibly long high
notes--did it really matter that he held notes beyond their printed note
value?

What are your favorite Corelli roles/recordings.  What tenor today is as
exciting as Franco was?


Go to it!


Kennoperadaddy2

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