La Petite Renarde rusée

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La Petite Renarde rusée

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Opera de Paris is to publish its version of the opera La Petite Renarde on Tuesday 4 November at 18.30 GMT.

First time they've done this, I think.

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I must rush and see it but it clashes with the Take That concert, ohh what a dimella.

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That appeals to me! :lol:
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Powerful!

I wonder if Hoovie recognises the opera's connection with Cornwall?

Took Mrs Stoday to the ballet at the Paris opera house — L'histoire de Manon. She didn't like it at all.

I like this scene, the brothel scene, where Manon getts passed around all the male customers...

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Isn't that done rather splendidly?
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I've seen that one before, not sure when or where. Very good. Sadly never get to see a ballet, nobody would want to go with me. :cb Thank goodness for Youtube!
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It's the interval now of "The cunning little vixen". Yeah I could slip that little vixen a length any day. Sonme of the chickens have big tits too. :thumbright:

It's sung in Czech (the composer's Janacek) but there are subtitles in French and English.

Second act starts at 8.05 GMT.
Worth watching. It's all on the French taxpayer. :thumbright: :thumbright:
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Stoday wrote:It's the interval now of "The cunning little vixen". Yeah I could slip that little vixen a length any day. Sonme of the chickens have big tits too. :thumbright:
Length of what, rope? :scratch:

Are you sure you remember how? :wink: :lol:

Genetic modification gone wrong by the sound of things if chickens have tits!
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