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« Reply #600 on: March 09, 2022, 01:40:17 pm »

Blimey (as Albion might say!) I did something right! :o I'm going to have to get around to listening to the whole opera,now! I don't think I'm going to be in a hurry to watch the production on Youtube,though! Although,I might try a bit?! I'm not to mad on watching operas & I've only ever been to one. A production of Rossini's Cinderella;the highlight of which was one of the cast fainting and being dragged out from behind the curtain. Great stuff! It livened up,what felt like,a very long night! (I was a youngster back then!)
I can see allot of members salivating at the thought of a Delius opera! I'll have to get it off the cassette first,anyway,which involves humping a cassette deck upstairs or the pc downstairs! Sometimes a lack of interest is much appreciated! ;D
Isn't it great that Lyric Opera are performing stuff like that,though. If only ENO would put on a production of The Tigers or the WNO would give us Holbrooke's Bronwen. Now that would be something! :)
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