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Parapunter
27th Nov 2007, 10:06
Can someone put a name to this for me? I think it's Callas, but then I thought it was La Mamma Morta and I was wrong about that too.


http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/49022/

Takan Inchovit
27th Nov 2007, 10:51
I think it was the Headache Song. :hmm:

Howard Hughes
27th Nov 2007, 10:53
Ar-i-a don't know...:E

Bushfiva
27th Nov 2007, 11:25
It's Casta Diva from the opera Norma.

Since I am good wiv opera, I'll give you a hint on how to recognise famous-yet-obscure tunes: the first two words the lady sings are "Caaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasta Diiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiva."

Mind you, she does seem to be taking the scenic route. :uhoh:

It's a cavatina, not an aria, ya idgit. :p

Parapunter
27th Nov 2007, 12:35
I thank you so much. As fer you Mr. Hughes, A-r-i-a don't know :rolleyes:

Wonderworld
27th Nov 2007, 13:23
Sounds like Montserrat Caballe to me. :D

Parapunter
27th Nov 2007, 13:38
Hmmm, sure it's not Cecilia Bartoli Maria Malibran?:p One may have been wikipedia-ing:cool:

Wonderworld
27th Nov 2007, 13:57
Not Bartoli - she couldn't sing Norma. She could sing the part of Adalgisa. Definitely not Malibran. Have sent the link to a far more knowledgeable opera buff friend of mine. Will await his judgement!

ThreadBaron
27th Nov 2007, 16:09
Sounds like Pseuds Corner to me, Para!:}

Parapunter
27th Nov 2007, 17:57
http://i14.tinypic.com/73bs3ds.gif They walk amongst us:E

Loose rivets
28th Nov 2007, 03:49
Cecilia Bartoli is a mezzo soprano with exquisite coloratura.

tinpis
28th Nov 2007, 06:38
Probably rit on the label near where the hole is.

ThreadBaron
28th Nov 2007, 08:59
tin, yer made me smile, you old git.:ok: That's today's ration used up!

"Smile early in the day. Get it over with!"

PaperTiger
28th Nov 2007, 16:39
Well, I listened to all the performers and versions google found for me. Doesn't sound like any of them though.

The credits to the ad give everyone down to the tealady except the :mad: singer !

Loose rivets
28th Nov 2007, 16:56
And another thing...Cecilia would never slide onto a note like that.