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Vide Cor Meum

Kevin
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MrJoel
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Vide Cor Meum   Thursday, May 31, 2001 (12:27 p.m.) 

I very much enjoyed Patrick Cassidy's Vide Cor Meum on the soundtrack. However, I am new to opera and am having trouble trying to find similar style works. Can anyone offer any suggestions?

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Demetris Christodoulides
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Re: Vide Cor Meum   Friday, June 1, 2001 (2:59 p.m.) 

> I very much enjoyed Patrick Cassidy's Vide Cor Meum on the soundtrack.
> However, I am new to opera and am having trouble trying to find similar
> style works. Can anyone offer any suggestions?

Hi,

I think you might like some of the operas by Puccini. I can highly recommend "Tosca", "Turandont" and "La Bohéme". But else - just listening to alot of different operas and someday you´ll find the appropriate thing for you.

Good Luck!

MrJoel

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Raphael
Another nice one   Friday, June 15, 2001 (11:16 p.m.) 

why don't you try CARL ORFF : CARMINA BURANA / O FURTUNA

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Re: Another nice one   Wednesday, July 18, 2001 (12:46 p.m.) 

> why don't you try CARL ORFF : CARMINA BURANA / O FURTUNA
i very enjoy vide cor meum but i don't like the other song of the album could you send to me this song.
thanks
Raphael



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Re: Vide Cor Meum   Monday, November 12, 2001 (5:16 p.m.) 

> Hi,

> I think you might like some of the operas by Puccini. I can highly
> recommend "Tosca", "Turandont" and "La
> Bohéme". But else - just listening to alot of different operas and
> someday you´ll find the appropriate thing for you.

> Good Luck!

> MrJoel

This maybe a dumb question but does Vide Cor Meum have a meaning or is it just the name of the song.


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Kevin
Re: Vide Cor Meum   Tuesday, July 17, 2001 (9:44 a.m.) 

> I very much enjoyed Patrick Cassidy's Vide Cor Meum on the soundtrack.
> However, I am new to opera and am having trouble trying to find similar
> style works. Can anyone offer any suggestions?

hey, you should listen to gorecki's symphony of sorrowful songs, or symphony no 3 it's also called. the second part (of 3) is the most amazingly beautiful, haunting and sad thing i've ever heard.


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