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Subject: Re: "An American Tragedy" at the Met, Dec 12
From: Opera NutVenezolana <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Opera NutVenezolana <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Mon, 12 Dec 2005 21:35:37 -0800
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What does that means?  who said that American Tragedy was so little advanced musically???  Why don't you go and see it and then make up your mind about how advance or not it is musically.....  Actually, what does that means, anyways???

  You might like it or not...but I found the work as a whole extremely effective and descriptive of the drama.  As any opera, unless it's a story known universally, you need to get to know the characters and their relationships before the drama unfolds...and that is what the 1st act is.

  Go, see it with open ears (forget reviews!!!!!!!!!!) and then make your own assessment.

  Good week!
  Ana



DAN KESSLER <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
  I just have one question...

How could the Met sink so much money and talent into a piece that is so
little advanced musically?

And shame on them for that!

Kind regards,

Dan Kessler

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