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Subject: William Tell
From: Peter Bloch <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Wed, 19 Oct 2016 10:05:40 -0400
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There were many problems with the production but also many nice touches and the dramatic direction and choreography of the chorus was excellent.  It didn't destroy a great opera, as the Tristan did, and at the Met these days that's something to be grateful for 
Peter Bloch

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> On Oct 19, 2016, at 9:55 AM, OPERA-L automatic digest system <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Topics in this special issue:
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>  1. "Guillaume Tell" Tonight (3)
>  2. ARTISTS' EVENTS (2)
>  3. Re Halloween (formerly, Fabiano yea or nay}
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> Date:    Wed, 19 Oct 2016 01:02:25 -0400
> From:    Mike Leone <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: "Guillaume Tell" Tonight
> 
> It was absolutely magnificent in the house as well.  A wonderful opera that s=
> hould be much better known than it is and whose inspiration never flags, a b=
> rilliant performance and splendid production, and all in all one of the most=
> enjoyable and satisfying evenings I've spent at the opera in 52+ years of o=
> pera-going, well worth the trip up here.
> 
> Mike Leone
> [log in to unmask]
> Ecco il Leone!
> 
> Sent from my iPhone
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>> On Oct 18, 2016, at 11:51 PM, Max D. Winter <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> =20
>> Magnificent broadcast of the prima of "Guillaume Tell" tonight.  Everythin=
> g was superb -=20
>> conducting and orchestra, singers and chorus.  And what a great, thrilling=
> opera!  Long -=20
>> there were very few cuts tonight (evviva!) - but dramatically intense and m=
> usically rewarding,=20
>> from the crackling overture to the majestic finale.
>> =20
>> Special mention for Bryan Hymel in the impossible killer role of Arnold; j=
> ust listening to the=20
>> tessitura makes my throat bleed.  Hymel really sang the socks off the part=
> , although he=20
>> sounded a bit near the end of his tether in "Amis, secondez ma vengeance" (=
> made it through,=20
>> though, high Cs and all).   =20
>> =20
>> A truly great night at the Met, and a truly great opera restored to the re=
> pertoire.  I can't wait=20
>> to see this in-house later this month.
>> =20
>> MDW
>> =20
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:    Wed, 19 Oct 2016 05:18:08 -0400
> From:    Bob Dilley <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: ARTISTS' EVENTS
> 
> Forsooth Opera Lovers!
> 
> Today we can celebrate the birthdays of:
> 
> Benita Valente (1934)
> Emil Gilels (1916-1985)
> Erna Berger (1900-1990)
> 
> Also, Herbert's "The Enchantress" premiered on this date in 1911.
> 
> Let us remember Jacqueline du Pre (1945-1987) who joined Heaven's Choir
> on this date.
> 
> The quote for today is:  "I love the physical thing of being on the
> earth that bore you. I have the same feeling when I walk in a very
> beautiful place that I have when I play and it goes right."      
> Jacqueline du Pre.
> 
> As always, a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our birthday artists for today and
> all forum members who share their birthday with them.
> 
> ARTISTS' EVENTS salutes these artists for their enduring contributions
> to the world of classical music.
> 
> ARTISTS' EVENTS honors the following Hall of Fame peerless artists for
> their profound contributions to the world of opera:
> 
> Tenor of all tenors Enrico Caruso (25 February 1873-2 August 1921)
> Coloratura prima donna assoluta Erna Berger (19 October 1900-14 June
> 1990)
> Soprano prima donna assoluta Rosa Ponselle (22 January 1897-25 May
> 1981)
> Prima contralto assoluta Fedora Barbieri (4 June 1920-4 March 2003)
> Baritone unequaled Leonard Warren (21 April 1911-4 March 1960)
> Basso profundo of all bassos Ezio Pinza (18 May 1892-9 May 1957)
> 
> In memory of the following first rate artists for October 2016:
> 
> Primo tenore Giovanni Martinelli (22 Oct 1885-2 Feb 1969)
> Coloratura stupenda Selma Kurz (15 Oct 1874-10 May 1933)
> Soprano prima donna Leyla Gencer (10 Oct 1928-10 May 2008)
> Contralto assoluta Bruna Castagna (15 Oct 1896-10 Jul 1983)
> Baritone unparalleled Tito Gobbi (24 Oct 1913-5 Mar 1984)
> Basso profundo Igor Gorin (26 Oct 1904-24 Mar 1982) 
> Distinguished virtuoso Vladimir Horowitz (1 Oct 1903-5 Nov 1989)
> Preeminent conductor Alfred Wallenstein (7 Oct 1898-8 Feb 1983)
> Premier composer Jose Serrano (14 Oct 1873-8 Mar 1941)
> Featured premier Giaochino Rossini's "L'Equivico Stravagante" (26 Oct
> 1811)
> 
> NON CLASSICAL RECORDINGS OF MERITORIOUS ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE:
> 
> "Mas Canciones," Linda Ronstadt
> "Canciones de Mi Padre," Linda Ronstadt
> "Jardin Azul: Las Canciones Favoritas," Linda Ronstadt
> "Greatest Italian Songs," vol 1, Connie Francis
> "Greatest Italian Songs," vol 2, Connie Francis
> "Spanish and Latin American Favorites," Connie Francis
> Bing Crosby: "White Christmas," with sales of over 100 MILLION copies. 
> Also, he was the best recording artist of the 20th century with over
> half a BILLION records in circulation.
> 
> May ARTISTS' EVENTS put a smile on your face and a song in your heart
> each day.
> 
> Pace e Gioia,
> 
> Bob Dilley
> FIAT VOLUNTAS DEI
> ( May God's Will Be Done)
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:    Wed, 19 Oct 2016 08:51:41 -0400
> From:    Michael Liebert <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: "Guillaume Tell" Tonight
> 
> "splendid production"
> 
> Uh, no.
> 
> This is another bare stage production where chorus members bring their ow=
> n
> little seats on and off the stage, and use them as weapons in-between.=20=
> 
> There's a weird bridge which is sometimes a boat suspended above the back=
> of
> the stage.  Sometimes there's an upside-down moose suspended high over th=
> e
> stage front; and there's his mirror image right-side-up above him when th=
> e
> action begins.  There were a few unreal rocks sometimes scattered around.=
> 
> (These reminded me of Opera Theater of Montclair's recent Acis and Galate=
> a
> scenery, but Montclair's were more real looking.)  There were some frames=
> 
> that served as houses wheeled on and off the stage that had a high-school=
> 
> production look to them.  The bad guys wore black.  That helped.
> 
> I love this opera, or maybe I should say I love the music.  I've never
> really been sure what was going on.  This was the first time I ever saw i=
> t
> performed.  Listening again this morning on my half hour drive to work, I=
> 
> still wasn't sure what was going on.
> 
> I suppose the performance was okay.  But I think my three commercial
> recordings are better, especially the Italian Chailly one.
> 
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:    Wed, 19 Oct 2016 09:15:37 -0400
> From:    Rcfgodoy <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: ARTISTS' EVENTS
> 
> Also premiered on this date in 1845, Wagner's "Tannh=C3=A4user".
> 
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bob Dilley <[log in to unmask]>
> To: OPERA-L <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Wed, Oct 19, 2016 5:18 am
> Subject: ARTISTS' EVENTS
> 
> Forsooth Opera Lovers!
> 
> Today we can celebrate the birthdays of:
> 
> Benita Valente (1934)
> Emil Gilels (1916-1985)
> Erna Berger (1900-1990)
> 
> Also, Herbert's "The Enchantress" premiered on this date in 1911.
> 
> Let us remember Jacqueline du Pre (1945-1987) who joined Heaven's Choir
> on this date.
> 
> The quote for today is:  "I love the physical thing of being on the
> earth that bore you. I have the same feeling when I walk in a very
> beautiful place that I have when I play and it goes right."     =20
> Jacqueline du Pre.
> 
> As always, a big HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our birthday artists for today and
> all forum members who share their birthday with them.
> 
> ARTISTS' EVENTS salutes these artists for their enduring contributions
> to the world of classical music.
> 
> ARTISTS' EVENTS honors the following Hall of Fame peerless artists for
> their profound contributions to the world of opera:
> 
> Tenor of all tenors Enrico Caruso (25 February 1873-2 August 1921)
> Coloratura prima donna assoluta Erna Berger (19 October 1900-14 June
> 1990)
> Soprano prima donna assoluta Rosa Ponselle (22 January 1897-25 May
> 1981)
> Prima contralto assoluta Fedora Barbieri (4 June 1920-4 March 2003)
> Baritone unequaled Leonard Warren (21 April 1911-4 March 1960)
> Basso profundo of all bassos Ezio Pinza (18 May 1892-9 May 1957)
> 
> In memory of the following first rate artists for October 2016:
> 
> Primo tenore Giovanni Martinelli (22 Oct 1885-2 Feb 1969)
> Coloratura stupenda Selma Kurz (15 Oct 1874-10 May 1933)
> Soprano prima donna Leyla Gencer (10 Oct 1928-10 May 2008)
> Contralto assoluta Bruna Castagna (15 Oct 1896-10 Jul 1983)
> Baritone unparalleled Tito Gobbi (24 Oct 1913-5 Mar 1984)
> Basso profundo Igor Gorin (26 Oct 1904-24 Mar 1982)=20
> Distinguished virtuoso Vladimir Horowitz (1 Oct 1903-5 Nov 1989)
> Preeminent conductor Alfred Wallenstein (7 Oct 1898-8 Feb 1983)
> Premier composer Jose Serrano (14 Oct 1873-8 Mar 1941)
> Featured premier Giaochino Rossini's "L'Equivico Stravagante" (26 Oct
> 1811)
> 
> NON CLASSICAL RECORDINGS OF MERITORIOUS ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE:
> 
> "Mas Canciones," Linda Ronstadt
> "Canciones de Mi Padre," Linda Ronstadt
> "Jardin Azul: Las Canciones Favoritas," Linda Ronstadt
> "Greatest Italian Songs," vol 1, Connie Francis
> "Greatest Italian Songs," vol 2, Connie Francis
> "Spanish and Latin American Favorites," Connie Francis
> Bing Crosby: "White Christmas," with sales of over 100 MILLION copies.=20
> Also, he was the best recording artist of the 20th century with over
> half a BILLION records in circulation.
> 
> May ARTISTS' EVENTS put a smile on your face and a song in your heart
> each day.
> 
> Pace e Gioia,
> 
> Bob Dilley
> FIAT VOLUNTAS DEI
> ( May God's Will Be Done)
> 
> --=20
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> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:    Wed, 19 Oct 2016 09:34:20 -0400
> From:    Jeffrey Friedman <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: "Guillaume Tell" Tonight
> 
> On Wed, 19 Oct 2016 08:51:41 -0400, Michael Liebert <[log in to unmask]>=20
> wrote:
> 
>> "splendid production"
>> 
>> Uh, no.
>> 
> 
> I share this reservation.  The singing was marvelous, the chorus and=20
> orchestra superb, Luisi mostly serviceable.  But the production was anoth=
> er=20
> stinker, though not bad enough to ruin the evening.
> 
> I didn't mind the life-size animals on the tops and bottoms of boulders=20=
> 
> floating mid-air.  After all, this is a memorable part of any trip to=20
> Switzerland.  The rape scene was relegated to off-stage, with only the=20=
> 
> bloody naked bodies dumped on stage as a sort of after-thought.  There=20=
> 
> was, however, the feel of Grand Opera about it, which is usually sorely=20=
> 
> missed.  They began to lose me in Act 3, when the Austrians dressed in=20=
> 
> black with formal opera hats or whips (they had rifles when glimpsed=20
> earlier in the background) began to torment the villagers.  Choreography =
> of=20
> the dances was bad but the execution of it by the dancers was quite=20
> amazing and good.  But then the crowd opposing the spear-carrying=20
> soldiers with little Ikea folding tables was weak.  They ditched their ta=
> bles=20
> and ran, but thankfully no one was hurt.  In Act 4, the chicken-shit=20
> production team, probably aware suddenly that Schiller and Rossini had=20=
> 
> given them a story that was beginning to read like a paean to the Nationa=
> l=20
> Crossbow Association, decided to go hyper PC.  Arnold reveals to the rebe=
> ls=20
> that he and Melchtal had a stash of arms behind the house, they went in t=
> o=20
> get them.  At this time I was afraid they would emerge with more Ikea=20
> folding tables, but it was worse.  They came out with...NOTHING.  Yes=20
> folks, the Swiss liberated their land with their bare hands.
> 
> Now the medieval Swiss were indeed a fearsome people.  Machiavelli was=20=
> 
> afraid that they would take over Europe, and put his Princes out of=20
> business.  The Pope chose them for his (armed) bodyguards, not because=20=
> 
> of their neato uniforms but because they were the scariest folks around.=20=
> =20
> But if they had gone up against the Austrians with bare hands and maybe a=
> =20
> few folding tables I am pretty sure Switzerland would still be a part of=20=
> 
> western Austria (or maybe the Kingdom of Burgundy, which Charles the=20
> Rash might have managed to establish if the Swiss had not butchered him=20=
> 
> (sshh!!)).  It was after all a major boast (perhaps the only boast) of th=
> e=20
> hapless Austrian army that it was never defeated by an unarmed foe.
> 
> At the very end the stage lit up with a golden glow (my wife called this=20=
> 
> a "sickly yellow light," not realizing it was intended as an apotheosis o=
> f the=20
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> 
> Jeff
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> Date:    Wed, 19 Oct 2016 09:55:54 -0400
> From:    ANGELO MAMMANO <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: Re Halloween (formerly, Fabiano yea or nay}
> 
> That Der Vampyr was an unexpected delight. Sarah cast James Atherton as the=
> tenor lead.
> 
> He also appeared in Boston as Vasek replacing Vickers when the Met did thei=
> r Bartered
> 
> Bride here.  He had an attractive tenor voice and it was tragic that he lef=
> t us at such an=20
> 
> early age.
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> 
> Angelo from Boston=20
> 
>> =20
>>    On October 18, 2016 at 5:44 PM RAYMOND GOUIN <[log in to unmask]> w=
> rote:
>> =20
>>    Man,many years ago, one of the nicest presents that Sarah Caldwell an=
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> unscheduled performances of Marchner's "Der Vampyr.
>> =20
>>    Best.
>> =20
>>    Ray
>> =20
>>>> =20
>>>        On October 18, 2016 at 1:54 PM R PRADA <[log in to unmask]> w=
> rote:
>>> =20
>>>        Since when is it not OK to mention someone=E2=80=99s difficulti=
> es? Especially if it is couched in terms of what would help? These are peop=
> le, and their careers matter.
>>>        I think Fabiano is natively good, and I also think he is fallin=
> g into the trap of singing things that are too heavy. Also, not all voices =
> develop into a heavier sound. Some don=E2=80=99t. Kraus never did.
>>>        If these guys had better advice they could stay safe and we cou=
> ld enjoy them for many years.
>>> =20
>>>        I just want to add that there is a nice little celebration happ=
> ening on Halloween, in case you can intrigue some of the younger set
>>> =20
>>>        American Lyric Theater:
>>>        The Halloween Tree
>>>        Based on the Novel by Ray Bradbury
>>>        By Theo Popov & Tony Asaro
>>>        Adam Turner, Conductor
>>>        October 30, 2016 at 3pm
>>>        Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center
>>> =20
>>>>>> =20
>>>>>>>> =20
>>>>>                "Yeah ,yeah, Fabiano is terrible. Fleming is terrib=
> le. Netrebko is terrib=3D
>>>>>                le. Sondra is terrible.
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