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Pollo Loco
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Well more t the point Mozart was commenting on the arstocracy of his age (this was of course very soon after the French revolution)

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True. 2 friends of mine did the duet La chi darem la mano, Soprano and Baritone (Don Giovanni and Zerlina) it was great.
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argh stop talking so much...i cant keep up

someone summarise the past 5 pages please!
don giovanni, Mozart's work boiling down to sex, evil translation of an excerpt of don g. in italian :mad: erm, something was said about compscis but i didn't read
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so he macked 1003 women just in spain?

thats some serious masala.
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(Original post by Willa)
argh stop talking so much...i cant keep up

someone summarise the past 5 pages please!
Oh yea and i like opera too and have seen Hero this evening.
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Me ranting about opera, Geoff is a transexual, Maria Callas is good, Priya is good at italian, Don Giovanni was a player.

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meh, i like your summary better
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so he macked 1003 women just in spain?

thats some serious masala.
Very true. Good opera.
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He was into copraphilia/faecophilia (I know the two words mean the same but I don't know which one you peoplee will be familiar with)
i feel very patronised
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so he macked 1003 women just in spain?

thats some serious masala.
some serious masala being given all over europe methinks
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(Original post by Pollo Loco)
True. 2 friends of mine did the duet La chi darem la mano, Soprano and Baritone (Don Giovanni and Zerlina) it was great.

Cool. I have a friend who used to sing batti batti mon bel Masetto (that other Zerlina aria) very beautifully.

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(Original post by Willa)
argh stop talking so much...i cant keep up

someone summarise the past 5 pages please!
I guess this it what happens when the server holds up!!
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(Original post by Pollo Loco)
True. 2 friends of mine did the duet La chi darem la mano, Soprano and Baritone (Don Giovanni and Zerlina) it was great.
we saw that performance in the Musikverein. *goes all misty-eyed* it was beautiful
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i feel very patronised
sorry, I just wanted to be clear and I thought it was unlikely that everyone here would know both words. Diddn't mean to be patronising comrade. Sorry

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Cool. I have a friend who used to sing batti batti mon bel Masetto (that other Zerlina aria) very beautifully.

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It was hilarious too, you would've had to of known Hannah and Neil.
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sorry, I just wanted to be clear and I thought it was unlikely that everyone here would know both words. Diddn't mean to be patronising comrade. Sorry

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out of interest what do they mean? i have very ominous vibes about the "faeco" part of the faecophilia

edit: just re-read that post. ew.
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Push past 7000!!!
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(Original post by Pollo Loco)
It was hilarious too, you would've had to of known Hannah and Neil.

Hooray, over 7000 replies. I'm off to bed now. Good night comrades.

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(Original post by Pollo Loco)
Push past 7000!!!
we rawk
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Hooray, over 7000 replies. I'm off to bed now. Good night comrades.

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Yep, job done. Time for bed. Later all, my mum might stay on to read the last 10 pages or so.
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Yep, job done. Time for bed. Later all, my mum might stay on to read the last 10 pages or so.
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sorry, I just wanted to be clear and I thought it was unlikely that everyone here would know both words. Diddn't mean to be patronising comrade. Sorry

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lol, sorry, i didnt mean it it was just the way you said it
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