[clearly missing her belt buckle (see below), or a proper stage: Anna Caterina Antonacci 2006, photographed for Grammophone, no. 05/2006, p. 20. – Photo Credit: Sheila Rock/Grammophone]
One of the local public library branches has been tossing – since the decade has passed – their entire 2006 volume of Grammophone in all its entitled glory (the magazine’s, not the libary’s).
So of course I scooped up what was still there of the batch to revel in some music industry nostalgia, snicker at misprognoses and share some vintage goodies with the Eye Bags readership. And, perfectly on time for tomorrow’s even more vintage “Don Giovanni” event, out of the stack fell the May 2006 issue:
[Anna Caterina Antonacci 2006, i the role of ‘covergirl for Grammophone‘, no. 05/2006. – Photo Credit: Sheila Rock/Grammophone]
Though my favorite thing about this cover may be the “They shushed me!” headline. Not going to happen tomorrow night, since our own classical nightclub will deal with the very opposite — comments strongly encouraged.
Also, as Agathe reminded me last night I had forgotten to mention in the previous post: Champage advised! Or, to put it differently, “Bring some fizz to survive the frills”.
I put up the whole spread (p. 20-26) into a 300dpi pdf, in case anyone would like to do more preparatory research regarding tomorrow night’s episode of Wigs’n’Frills. Or enjoy some more vintage Antonacci in a lengthy interview/portrait.