A recent Broadway production of Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess” was similarly cut. And while both works retained their composers’ genius, something went missing _ like some “down” time.
Wednesday’s Bellini was like walking through miles and miles of vocal roses.
One just wished for a few more down-to-earth emotional weeds in-between.
At the end, a listener longs to feel, as W.B. Yeats wrote of another tragically inspiring human drama, that “a terrible beauty is born.”
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