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363224 2015-12-19 08:59 77 Re: Van Beethoven
363220 2015-12-18 21:43 43 Re: Van Beethoven
363213 2015-12-18 18:27 43 Van Beethoven
363019 2015-12-09 17:16 153 Re: arena di verona Price
363018 2015-12-09 11:40 153 Re: arena di verona Price
363015 2015-12-09 08:54 106 Re: arena di verona Price
363014 2015-12-09 08:36 68 Re: arena di verona Price
363012 2015-12-08 20:56 39 arena di verona Price
362979 2015-12-07 07:52 94 Gamer opera
362970 2015-12-06 19:24 56 Arena di Verona is about to close for good
362560 2015-11-15 19:43 68 Re: The Metropolitan Opera reaction to France
362558 2015-11-15 15:23 38 The Metropolitan Opera reaction to France
361462 2015-09-24 22:58 95 Re: othello's blackness from a historical point of view
361450 2015-09-24 19:39 61 othello's blackness from a historical point of view
357169 2015-03-31 15:50 649 Re: OPERA-L Digest - 31 Mar 2015 - Special issue (#2015-479)
357165 2015-03-31 14:31 33 Re: Tony Poncet-yes!!!
357162 2015-03-31 14:11 87 Re: Tony Poncet
357155 2015-03-31 06:52 112 Re: Tony Poncet
357146 2015-03-31 01:46 100 Re: Tony Poncet
357145 2015-03-30 20:29 67 Tony Poncet
357142 2015-03-30 18:59 125 Tony Poncet's voice: was Bryan Hymel's "H=?WINDOWS-1252?Q?=E9roique=22_?= CD
354396 2015-01-08 14:40 121 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
354386 2015-01-08 10:27 63 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
354398 2015-01-08 09:08 188 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
354392 2015-01-08 05:45 95 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
354385 2015-01-07 22:48 43 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
354375 2015-01-07 22:11 88 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
354377 2015-01-07 16:52 121 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
354363 2015-01-07 09:36 193 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book
354354 2015-01-07 09:14 156 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book
354351 2015-01-06 21:14 139 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book
354349 2015-01-06 20:18 84 franco corelli, zucker's recent book
354352 2015-01-06 20:18 120 Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book
354330 2015-01-05 18:49 70 franco corelli, zucker's recent book
354295 2015-01-04 19:23 92 Franco Corelli, Zucker's recent book and more
354264 2015-01-03 23:01 35 Franco Corelli, Zucker's recent book and more

Item #363224 (19 Dec 2015 08:59) - Re: Van Beethoven

Mr Neckers is -as in 99% of the cases - right. It is VAN Beethoven. But
there aren't too many left, the telephone directory gives about 45 results

On Fri, 18 Dec 2015 18:27:16 -0500, jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
wrote:
Item #363220 (18 Dec 2015 21:43) - Re: Van Beethoven

On Fri, 18 Dec 2015 18:27:16 -0500, jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
wrote:

Item #363213 (18 Dec 2015 18:27) - Van Beethoven
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2015 18:27:16 -0500
Reply-To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
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From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
Subject: Van Beethoven

Item #363019 (9 Dec 2015 17:16) - Re: arena di verona Price

> From: jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE

Item #363018 (9 Dec 2015 11:40) - Re: arena di verona Price

> From: jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE


Item #363015 (9 Dec 2015 08:54) - Re: arena di verona Price
> > Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2015 20:56:15 -0500
> > From: jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE <javascript:;>
> > Subject: [OPERA-L] arena di verona Price

Item #363014 (9 Dec 2015 08:36) - Re: arena di verona Price
Subject: Re: arena di verona Price
Comments: To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@pandora.be>
In-Reply-To: <LISTSERV%201512082056153651.7D5A@LISTSERV.BCCLS.ORG>
> Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2015 20:56:15 -0500
> From: jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE
> Subject: [OPERA-L] arena di verona Price

Item #363012 (8 Dec 2015 20:56) - arena di verona Price
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2015 20:56:15 -0500
Reply-To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
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From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
Subject: arena di verona Price

Item #362979 (7 Dec 2015 07:52) - Gamer opera
> <mailbox:///C:/Users/SQM/AppData/Roaming/Thunderbird/Profiles/ge0javl8.default/Mail/mail.operamusicbroadcast.com/Inbox?number684495&header=quotebody&part=1.3>
> *From:* jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
> 3. Arena di Verona is about to close for good.

Item #362970 (6 Dec 2015 19:24) - Arena di Verona is about to close for good
Date: Sun, 6 Dec 2015 19:24:28 -0500
Reply-To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
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From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
Subject: Arena di Verona is about to close for good

Item #362560 (15 Nov 2015 19:43) - Re: The Metropolitan Opera reaction to France
Subject: Re: The Metropolitan Opera reaction to France
Comments: To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@pandora.be>
In-Reply-To: <LISTSERV%201511151523070896.2075@LISTSERV.BCCLS.ORG>
> Date: Sun, 15 Nov 2015 15:23:07 -0500
> From: jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE
> Subject: [OPERA-L] The Metropolitan Opera reaction to France

Item #362558 (15 Nov 2015 15:23) - The Metropolitan Opera reaction to France
Date: Sun, 15 Nov 2015 15:23:07 -0500
Reply-To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
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From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
Subject: The Metropolitan Opera reaction to France

Item #361462 (24 Sep 2015 22:58) - Re: othello's blackness from a historical point of view
Subject: Re: othello's blackness from a historical point of view
Comments: To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
In-Reply-To: <LISTSERV%201509241939451292.6135@LISTSERV.BCCLS.ORG>

> On Sep 24, 2015, at 4:39 PM, jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE> wrote:
>

Item #361450 (24 Sep 2015 19:39) - othello's blackness from a historical point of view
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2015 19:39:45 -0400
Reply-To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
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From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
Subject: othello's blackness from a historical point of view

Item #357169 (31 Mar 2015 15:50) - Re: OPERA-L Digest - 31 Mar 2015 - Special issue (#2015-479)

From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
To: OPERA-L@LISTSERV.BCCLS.ORG,=20

Item #357165 (31 Mar 2015 14:31) - Re: Tony Poncet-yes!!!
Subject: Re: Tony Poncet-yes!!!
Comments: To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
Mime-Version: 1.0

Item #357162 (31 Mar 2015 14:11) - Re: Tony Poncet

I agree with all of this, and would also like to thank Jan Neckers both f
or clearing up the

Item #357155 (31 Mar 2015 06:52) - Re: Tony Poncet
Subject: Re: Tony Poncet
Comments: To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
In-Reply-To: <LISTSERV%201503302029446795.8D93@LISTSERV.BCCLS.ORG>

From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
To: OPERA-L@LISTSERV.BCCLS.ORG,

Item #357146 (31 Mar 2015 01:46) - Re: Tony Poncet
Subject: Re: Tony Poncet
Comments: To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
In-Reply-To: <LISTSERV%201503302029446795.8D93@LISTSERV.BCCLS.ORG>

From: "jan neckers" <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE> during
To: OPERA-L@LISTSERV.BCCLS.ORG

Item #357145 (30 Mar 2015 20:29) - Tony Poncet
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2015 20:29:44 -0400
Reply-To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
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From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
Subject: Tony Poncet

Item #357142 (30 Mar 2015 18:59) - Tony Poncet's voice: was Bryan Hymel's "H=?WINDOWS-1252?Q?éroique"_?= CD
llent, detailed article
by Jan Neckers on operanostalgia.be, and Mr. Neckers, who heard the tenor
live in Guillaume

Item #354396 (8 Jan 2015 14:40) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
> >
> > I didn't call Neckers a cheat. He called me one. Like Neckers, Rudi Van
> > den Bulck, you don't read or report accurately. Take a look at your own
> >
> > You promoted Neckers' review of the book on Opera-L, so this is where I
> > felt I had to take a stand.
> >
> > From what I was told, Neckers has been attacking me for well over 20
> > years, since well before the Pobbe review.

Item #354386 (8 Jan 2015 10:27) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
>
> I didn't call Neckers a cheat. He called me one. Like Neckers, Rudi Van
> den Bulck, you don't read or report accurately. Take a look at your own
>
> You promoted Neckers' review of the book on Opera-L, so this is where I
> felt I had to take a stand.
>
> From what I was told, Neckers has been attacking me for well over 20
> years, since well before the Pobbe review.

Item #354398 (8 Jan 2015 09:08) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
>>>
>>> I didn't call Neckers a cheat. He called me one. Like Neckers, Rudi Van

>>>
>>> You promoted Neckers' review of the book on Opera-L, so this is where I

>>>
>>> From what I was told, Neckers has been attacking me for well over 20

Item #354392 (8 Jan 2015 05:45) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath
> >
> > I didn't call Neckers a cheat. He called me one. Like Neckers, Rudi Van
> > den Bulck, you don't read or report accurately. Take a look at your own
> >
> > You promoted Neckers' review of the book on Opera-L, so this is where I
> > felt I had to take a stand.
> >
> > From what I was told, Neckers has been attacking me for well over 20
> > years, since well before the Pobbe review.

Item #354385 (7 Jan 2015 22:48) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath

I didn't call Neckers a cheat. He called me one. Like Neckers, Rudi Van
den Bulck, you don't read or report accurately. Take a look at your own

You promoted Neckers' review of the book on Opera-L, so this is where I
felt I had to take a stand.

From what I was told, Neckers has been attacking me for well over 20
years, since well before the Pobbe review.

Item #354375 (7 Jan 2015 22:11) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath

For the record : Mr Neckers did NOT bring this "discussion" to the opera-L
forum. Mr Zucker did. Mr Zucker could have easily forwarded his objections
with the review to operanostalgia itself. As readers from our webzine may
know we always give a 'right to answer'. Mr Zucker's lies of Jan Neckers
being a personal enemy is ridiculous. Mr Neckers has never ever contacted Mr
Zucker in anyway possible.
At present I'm finishing reading my copy of the book and I must conclude Mr
Neckers is too mild in his overall judgement.
1. Mr Zucker calls my reviewer a 'cheat'. What do you call someone who
rightly referred to a few postings ago? That really hit the mail, didn't it?
3. Mr Neckers sloppy about facts? Hmm let's see :


"Mr Neckers Sloppy"? Calling Gigli's "Hitler's tenor" is not only sloppy
but simply not true. If you would have studied more carefully some of the
subjects you discuss you would have known "his tenor" was Leo Slezak.
"Mr Neckers sloppy?" on page 218 of your book you state Claudio Villa
recorded the Cherry duet with Olivero. He did nothing of that kind. He sang
being very sloppy with facts from your side. And for the record it was Mr.
Neckers himself who unearthed this clip for his TV programme on Italian
tenors in 1987.

Item #354377 (7 Jan 2015 16:52) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book, the aftermath

> For the record : Mr Neckers did NOT bring this "discussion" to the opera-L
> forum. Mr Zucker did. Mr Zucker could have easily forwarded his objections
> with the review to operanostalgia itself. As readers from our webzine may
> know we always give a 'right to answer'. Mr Zucker's lies of Jan Neckers
> being a personal enemy is ridiculous. Mr Neckers has never ever contacted
> Mr
> Mr
> Neckers is too mild in his overall judgement.
> 1. Mr Zucker calls my reviewer a 'cheat'. What do you call someone who
> it?
> 3. Mr Neckers sloppy about facts? Hmm let's see :
>
>
> "Mr Neckers Sloppy"? Calling Gigli's "Hitler's tenor" is not only sloppy
> but simply not true. If you would have studied more carefully some of the
> subjects you discuss you would have known "his tenor" was Leo Slezak.
> "Mr Neckers sloppy?" on page 218 of your book you state Claudio Villa
> recorded the Cherry duet with Olivero. He did nothing of that kind. He sang
> being very sloppy with facts from your side. And for the record it was Mr.
> Neckers himself who unearthed this clip for his TV programme on Italian
> tenors in 1987.

Item #354363 (7 Jan 2015 09:36) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book
> > conversation)
> > between you and Mr. Neckers. Not in any way, shape, or form is this
> > squabbling to anyone
> >
> > >Jan Neckers, why do you continue to attribute things to me that I never
> > said? Where did I
> > to collaborate
> > on a Tucker chapter. I wouldn't seek you out, Jan Neckers, to collaborate
> > on anything,

Item #354354 (7 Jan 2015 09:14) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book
> conversation)
> between you and Mr. Neckers. Not in any way, shape, or form is this
> squabbling to anyone
>
> >Jan Neckers, why do you continue to attribute things to me that I never
> said? Where did I
> to collaborate
> on a Tucker chapter. I wouldn't seek you out, Jan Neckers, to collaborate
> on anything,

Item #354351 (6 Jan 2015 21:14) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book
a conversation)
between you and Mr. Neckers. Not in any way, shape, or form is this squab
bling to anyone

>Jan Neckers, why do you continue to attribute things to me that I never
said? Where did I
m to collaborate
on a Tucker chapter. I wouldn't seek you out, Jan Neckers, to collaborate
on anything,

Item #354349 (6 Jan 2015 20:18) - franco corelli, zucker's recent book

Jan Neckers, why do you continue to attribute things to me that I never
said? Where did I ask Pobbe "if she still had lewd thoughts about
whom to collaborate on a Tucker chapter. I wouldn't seek you out, Jan
Neckers, to collaborate on anything, because you're too sloppy about
facts and an asshole.

Item #354352 (6 Jan 2015 20:18) - Re: franco corelli, zucker's recent book

> Jan Neckers, why do you continue to attribute things to me that I never sa
id? Where did I ask Pobbe "if she still had lewd thoughts about Nicolai Gedd
> I sought out Ed because I thought him the best-qualified person with whom t
o collaborate on a Tucker chapter. I wouldn't seek you out, Jan Neckers, to c
ollaborate on anything, because you're too sloppy about facts and an asshole

Item #354330 (5 Jan 2015 18:49) - franco corelli, zucker's recent book
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2015 18:49:38 -0500
Reply-To: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
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From: jan neckers <jan.neckers@PANDORA.BE>
Subject: franco corelli, zucker's recent book

phrase Neckers attributes to me, Gigli's admiration of Hitler, Goering,
Goebbels

Item #354295 (4 Jan 2015 19:23) - Franco Corelli, Zucker's recent book and more
"Is there some way of insuring that the book not be reviewed by Jan
Neckers, who has an animus against me?"

We have a friend in common who told me Neckers resents that I
interviewed big stars on the radio and in films but he didn't.
Charles replied, "I passed on to [Van den Bulck] your concerns re
Neckers, but Rudi reminded me that Neckers generally reviews the new
books about tenors."
would prefer to skip the review." Notwithstanding this exchange Charles
passed on the book to Van den Bulck, who gave the book to Neckers, who
didn't recuse himself because he's afraid vol. 2 will be published.
As I announce in vol. 1, in vol 2, I review four books on Corelli, among
them René Seghers'. René unfortunately relied on Neckers for musical
matters, resulting in some howlers, which I list and discuss. That is
why Neckers is trying to interfere with my ability to fundraise. He
writes, "Still I doubt true benefactors will come forward to help Mr.
come to dominate the singing world although a number of today's stars do
use traditional approaches involving voice placement. Neckers writes,
"The title sleazily implies Corelli was responsible for a revolution in

Neckers engages in deliberate distortion when he writes, "Up to now few
or any opera lovers at all had Mr. Zucker’s eagle eyes which lead him

Oh, and I never wrote a phrase Neckers attributes to me, "[Gigli's]
admiration for Hitler, Goebbels, Goering and Mussolini etc.”

Unfortunately this level of inaccuracy is all to typical of Neckers,
which is why René got in trouble relying on him. The man is a pompous,

Item #354264 (3 Jan 2015 23:01) - Franco Corelli, Zucker's recent book and more
at last become available. As soon as my copy arrived I assigned it to our
tenor specialist Jan Neckers for reviewing it. I myself also wrote down my
thoughts on what I thought were some of Corelli's best solo recordings



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