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Jun 4, 2023Liked by Opera Daily

Listening to this duet brings me sadness The death of Carlo Bergonzi in 2014 brought to an end of 100+ years of the great tradition of the Italian tenor. Starting with Caruso and followed by Gigli, Laura Volpe, Schipa, DeStefano, Tagliavini, Martinelli, DelMonico, Corelli and Pavarotti. And Iā€™m sure I left

several out. Gone forever with no legacy in sight

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Juan Diego Florez, Joseph Calleja, Jonas Kauffman, Javier Camarena, and Vittorio Grigolo and Piiatr Beclaza are certainly important singers in our time as well. Tutto non e perduto, Roberto.

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Jun 4, 2023Liked by Opera Daily

Bravo

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grazie Lei-

Buon vacanze/soggiorno.

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Jun 5, 2023Liked by Opera Daily

I really enjoy your comments and observations about operas and singers. Reading them makes me go and watch the opera in question (on DVD, if I have it)! Your insights make me see and listen with new interest. Sometimes I don't agree with your assessment, but you make me think about it. Thank you!

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That made my day - especially the part about disagreeing with me sometimes - I love that! Looking to hear more of your thoughts! Thank you again for reading! :-)

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