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L'Elisir d'Amore

By bogey53
Written September 18, 2014
If you love opera, this is a must see. The cast is superlative and the HD makes it so enjoyable, I can't wait to see the next one. Way better than going to the MET, and so much cheaper. This is especially important when they show their "new" productions because most of them are terrible and ruin the feel of the opera. This production was fine, however.
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Beautiful Comedy

By rubinjay
Written October 04, 2014
This amazing opera manages to be hilarious and profoundly beautiful at the same time. It contains one gorgeous Donizetti melody after another, sung by a superb cast in a variety of combinations, and the plot zips along without a wasted moment. I would strongly recommend this totally accessible piece for anyone who thought they didn't like opera.
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L'Elisir d'Amore

By rcj1
Written August 27, 2014
This performance is one of the rare times when everything works together. If you have never seen an opera or are an expert, this performance is a must see! Great singers, great music, great sets, great direction
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L'elisir d'amore

By loisaburke
Written September 16, 2014
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L'elisir d'Amore (The Elixir of Love

By fritzwun
Written September 01, 2014
Composer: Gaetano Donizetti This comic opera is one of the best, and this production the best of all I've the several I have seen, making the operetta (comic opera) less cartoonish and more a story about real people and their feelings. The acting and singing are as good as it gets, and Donizetti always has a gift for toe-tapping melodies. In general the Met opera broadcasts in HD is a great way to become acquainted with the delights of this art form. Because the broadcasts are worldwide, the Met puts its best on display. That's not always the case at the Met in New York City. Plus you get to see back stage scenes of sets being put in place or remove, and interviews with the stars at intermission.
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