White Shirt Monday: Wie Du warst.

[Tadzio Elīna Garanča (Octavian) in Strauss’ “Rosenkavalier”, Berlin 2008 – Photo Credit: Bettina Stöß, Deutsche Oper Berlin]

Just forget about Carmen and check out that tie!

Also, who knew that there was a second volume to Mann’s “Death in Venice”, possibly called “Alive in Vienna, some years later”…?

9 thoughts on “White Shirt Monday: Wie Du warst.

  1. normally, I’m a big fan of the long (sometimes leather) coats and boots for Octavian, but this is an EXCELLENT alternative.

    Mostly, I’m here to post a hot tip. Clips of Cendrillon on youtube with Coote and DiDonato, snag it while it lasts.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=av8AwaCrEXE: Act II duet

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyBxnhjOPQM&feature=related: Act III trio with Eglise Gutierrez as La Fee.

    I saw this in house, and it was ravishing. White shirt + tux, mezzo snuggling, gorgeous singing from them both.

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    1. thanks for the alert! this seems to be a good week, YT wise – first Serse, now Cendrillon… and really, where would we be without coloraturafan, who has uploaded many more extracts from the production?

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