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Subject: Interpolated High notes
From: Ariane Csonka <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Ariane Csonka <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 24 Sep 2017 21:16:59 -0400
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Is not the whole point of high note endings to lend excitement?  Violetta is in a different mood of determined exhilaration if she tops her Sempre libera with the e-flat.  Gilda is just going to bed if she doesn't trill up to the e in Caro nome, which gives us the feeling that she won't be able to sleep.  Of course it is possible just to enjoy the beautiful singing, but I personally miss that thrill.  Nothing like a tenor belting out a high c.  
Even if, as does happen occasionally, the high notes are a bit flat.

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