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Subject: Re: Tunings
From: "Max D. Winter" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Max D. Winter
Date:Mon, 19 Feb 2018 16:18:33 -0500

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Tom Ponti wrote:

"Does one high note really define a performance of a great role, especially Aida, which has so 
much other variable vocal requirements? The same is true of Siempre Liberia."

I agree completely re "Siempre Liberia," and I am encouraged that at least one other Lister 
knows this obscure Mexican opera about the founding of the African nation.  The titular aria, 
"Siempre Liberia" ("Always Liberia") is the unofficial national anthem of that country.  I can 
live without the optional high F in the aria, because so few sopranos can sing it without either 
screeching or sounding like a train whistle.


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