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"La Clemenza di Tito," written just months before Mozart's death in 1791, is a curiosity among his operas, a throwback to an archaic style he had moved beyond. But what a glorious throwback it is!
All the lovely singing fails to save the Vienna State Opera's new production of Mozart's "La Clemenza di Tito."
The performance of Donizetti's "Anna Bolena" was chugging along fitfully, the leading lady definitely showing her age. Then the opera's final scene began, and Edita Gruberova worked her magic.