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May 4, 2006 11:12 PM   Subscribe

The Aria Database is a diverse collection of information on over 1000 operatic arias.
posted by Gyan (6 comments total)

 
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posted by Gyan at 11:12 PM on May 4, 2006


Ed would like this.
posted by Samuel Farrow at 1:08 AM on May 5, 2006


Brilliant! I help coordinate auditions for my choir which involves singing an aria... Half the applicants don't seem to have a clue what an aria is. I shall now just send them the link and let them education themselves. Thanks.
posted by missbossy at 3:22 AM on May 5, 2006


For those in the DC area, I just got a mail this morning about a special 'cheap' opera night at the Strathmore in Bethesda:

Lure of the Diva
BSO at Strathmore's Symphony with a Twist™
Friday, May 5th, 8 p.m.
The Music Center at Strathmore

Great seats for only $25 if order via here
This program is dedicated to the greatest moments of opera and the powerful female characters that make their tales so compelling. Showcasing selections from La Traviata, Tosca, Salome, Carmen and more, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of conductor David Alan Miller, will be joined by soprano Emily Pulley, mezzo-soprano Lucille Beer and tenor Roger Honeywell.
posted by poppo at 6:29 AM on May 5, 2006


Oh! that aria. I thought it was going to be http://www.ariagiovanni.com/ ah, well. Can't win them all.
posted by Postroad at 7:05 AM on May 5, 2006


This is excellent. Thanks, Gyan.
posted by cgc373 at 6:12 PM on May 5, 2006


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