music for night owl


© Ken Howard/MET

Radio broadcast, nov 2007 (thanks Stray!)

Edit: in response to larks’ and owls’ mutually inclusive interest, 2 more clips are added to round out Act3. I really like the conductor’s take, as someone put it on the internet: “very fresh”.

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8 Responses to music for night owl

  1. yvette says:

    Night owls have delicate taste!

    • thả diều says:

      thanks Yvette! hope you enjoy it too. i’ll send you an email perhaps next week.. currently *fighting* viciously with (lost) salt in the upper ocean (where my salt goes?) …

      • stray says:

        I think they poured it all out on NY roads this winter.

        Oh and once again, a fine editing job 🙂

  2. yvette says:

    Oh! she is by far my favourite soprano… and you are worrying me … time to migrate to milder weather….

  3. Eyesometric says:

    Also much appreciated by those who are larks rather than owls!

  4. earwormopera says:

    And by those who are enforced larks but prefer owling!

    • thả diều says:

      based on popular interest, 2 more clips added. Harteros made her debut in 2003 actually, with DR also making her debut as Susanna! but i don’t think there was a broadcast of that… this (and hopefully another batch (hint hint Stray ;-)) is from 2007 with lots of nice reviews on internet… and *quite* a stellar cast! Kate Lindsay also made her Cherubino on this run.

      • stray says:

        It is on the docket 🙂

        That 2003 one fell between the cracks, unfortunately. It was a pre-Sirius season and it was a short run in October, so no Saturday broadcast. Urgh.

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