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Subject: Re: Opera News Online
From: "Max D. Winter" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Max D. Winter
Date:Sat, 19 Nov 2016 14:25:46 -0500

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David Coco wrote:

"Now [Opera News] just seems to be a bunch of People-type hype with 
fancy photography. The in-depth features about the broadcasts are gone. 
Along with the visually ugly Gelb productions, Opera News seems to be 
another casualty of his administration."

I suppose one could blame Gelb; he's always a handy scapegoat, often 
justifiably so.  But I think Opera News' content has just been a casualty of 
the general dumbing-down at the Met that has seen the demise of any 
really informative broadcast intermission features.  And the Met's dumbing 
down has just been a reflection of the appalling dumbing-down in our 
culture generally.  Shallowness and ignorance reign supreme.  Why would 
the Met be any different?  One would have wished otherwise, but - as the 
Emperor says in "Amadeus" - "Well, there it is."


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