Sutherland tribute to feel better by
This is a singer I have adored since my early days of study. That she should have endured a dreadful fall in her lovely garden and done quite a bit of damage to her legs makes me very protective of her, and so I delight in including here some early interviews and performances to cheer us all up.
Dear Lady, feel better. You have given so many Golden moments to the world. Heal quickly and be well knowing you are beloved by your fans around the world.
Such an interesting clip with the little explanation of it all before. No pandering or talking down but very accessible to all. Fantastic cast, Joan Sutherland, Nicolai Gedda, Mildred Miller, Jerome Hines, Charles Anthony, my great and good friend, and the baritone Tito Gobbi. 1968
Joan Sutherland with Richard Conrad “Tornami a dir che m’ami” from “Don Pasquale” (Donizetti)
from: VAI DVD 4254 The Art of Joan Sutherland, Operatic Scenes, 1963 and Live Recital, 1969
Richard Bonynge conductor/pianist
We return to the interview before the singing of the Rigoletto Quartet, from Verdi’s Rigoletto. Gedda and Gobbi, Miller, and Sutherland.
Gobbi speaks of Tosca