Puccini – Madam Butterfly

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An evening pause: Performed by Ying Huang, from the 1995 French film, Madam Butterfly, of Puccini’s opera.

Hat tip Edward Thelen.


  • Wayne

    Yo, Edward–

    I’m still trying to warm-up to American Musical’s and show-tunes! (wife was a big fan, I have “all of them” on dvd.)
    But I digress—
    Are there any Opera’s, written in English? (or do we call those… Musical’s?)
    Vaguely aware of the Plots of the more famous Opera’s, but otherwise, I’m clueless.

  • Edward


    It turns out that I am not really a fan of opera, but there are a few that I like, and even more opera-music that I like. “Phantom of the Opera” comes to mind for English opera, but I think that the Europeans of yore successfully dominated that genre.

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