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Sunday, June 24, 2012

Today's Musical Postcard From Nowhere

Featuring Renée Fleming.
Parody of the cover of marbles by British prog group Marillion. I didn't have any marbles.
Those are Carnegie Hall Ricola cough drops. 
Yes I'm still on a (much needed) vacation in parts unknown. After the jump, some nice footage of Renée Fleming singing the Countess in the final scene of Richard Strauss' Capriccio. Ulf Schirmer conducts.

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