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PostSubject: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   5th December 2011, 17:40

Dear All!

I want to share with you my experience yesterday night in Philippe's Last concert. The libretto was pretty much the same as in Madrid last 12th November, but this time he decided to be accompanied by the Freiburger Barockorchester, and he focused only in Haendel.

The theater is small so you can actually enjoy the recital and the view blush He was specially bravo in "Ho perso il caro ben", plenty of feelings, it was so touching. The same, I must say, he did with "Mi lusinga il dolce affetto" and "Ombra cara". I was so mesmerized by his voice that I almost forgot to clap surprised surprised surprised

Pleople were so into him that it was very emotional. In North Spain people tend to be a little shy, but they were as well as me totally hypnotized by his extraordinary voice. Everybody was clapping loud and shouting "bravissimo" from the very begining. It was funny when a woman shout "GUAPO" (hand-some) so loud that even Philippe jumped a little clapping clapping clapping

I actually enjoy hearing "Con l'ali di costanza" and "L'angue offeso mai riposa", he was terrific!! I am absolutely in love with his amazing Italian pronunciation, he does it so so good!! bow bow

He did three bis: "Ombra mai piú", " Alto Giove" and a third one that I can't remember. He even spoke to us in Spanish, he was so cute and charming. And he also devoted more than an hour to sign the libretti and CD's covers. Of course, I was there as any groupie wink My poor boyfriend and another friend of us were waiting patiently with me under our umbrellas. But it was worth the effort. He was so kind and charming as I immagined. We spoke in Italian, because my French is a little poor, he is the nicest person you can think of. I came back home in ecstasy with some pictures, two authographs and absolutely captivated!!! inlove inlove inlove

I can't wait till next time...
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   5th December 2011, 20:45

Dear Pilarddcc,

thank you for your review, I caught myself with a smile on my face reading it (one can not resist inlove)

The situation, which you describe with "that even Philippe jumped a little" Laughing, had to be really funny.

The third encore with "Ombra mai fu" and "Alto Giove" should be "Venti, turbini, prestate" as at another last concerts. I was 30. 11. in Berlin and it was so.
"Ombra mai fu", was unpredictably wonderful, with its new ornamentations. give heart

"L'angue offeso mai riposa" is brilliant. The violin motiv is very (positively) obtrusive, I always have to sing it to myself, when I heard it, long time after it.

So I can't wait next time.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   5th December 2011, 21:05

JAROFIL:

You're welcomed! I am a newcomer to this forum and I am delighted to find other people taht share the same passion happy happy happy

Exactly! It was "Venti, turbini, prestate"! I didn't know it, and I like it so much.

I agree "Ombra mai fu" is so touching and "L'angue offeso" was actually brilliant. horseman

I can't understand the criticism about Philippe's talent. I read somewhere that he is very plain and his performance is not deep enough. I totally disagree with that. I have no music background but I was captivated by how he express the lyrics, the meaning of every word and, as I said in my previous post, how he cares about Italian pronunciation.

He is perfect!!! clapping clapping clapping clapping
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   6th December 2011, 11:16

Pilarddcc
Thanks for your report!clapping flowers

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Jaroussky hace gala de técnica y facultades en el Teatro Colón
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   6th December 2011, 15:40

Thanks for the link.

have a look to this little interview: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   7th December 2011, 07:43

Pilarddcc, sounds like you had a wonderful time!!!!!! And a funny moment that I am sure made him get red in the face, es tan recatado y creo que el entusiasmo de la gente le sorprende a veces.... blush But he is so adorable and guapisimo!!!!!!!! Thanks for the interview too. Mil gracias!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   7th December 2011, 10:30

Tuffy942, tienes razón se puso rojo como un tomate, la verdad es que es absolutamente encantador, es imposible no adorarle give heart

Chile and Miami, both great places to live! Thanks for your comment!
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   13th December 2011, 23:30

I attended the concert of La Coruña's Day December 4, and although late, I would like to tell you something about this concert.There is a musician and American critic who I love and with whom I share many views on music. The attended the concert on November 30 in Berlin, and I'm going to transcribe his paragraphs because, obviously, writes infinitely better than I. The article focuses almost all in the enormous differences between the unknown song of the great "castrati" of the 18th century and the current countertenors. (The comments in parentheses are mine).
“… Wednesday night’s thrilling performance of heroic Handel arias by the French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky with the Freiburger Barockorchester in Berlin’s Philharmonie.
No difference is greater than that between the voices and bodies of present male sopranists and the male castrati of the 18th-century opera stage—those same heroes for whom Handel wrote hundreds of arias.

The voice that resulted from castration can only be guessed at since, with one interesting but feeble exception, it went extinct before the advent of recorded sound. But according to surviving accounts, the great castrato voices and dynamic range. They were trained from an early age not only technically, but also in performance, especially in the crucial art of ornamentation that ran from the refined and slight to the gloriously flamboyant, even excessive. These singers were the Euro-idols of their age: Senesino, Carestini, and above all Farinelli.
Jaroussky’s voice does not have the heroic power one assumes emanated from Senesino’s large chest, overgrown as it was due to the effects of the hypogonadism from which so many castrati suffered, and which often made them fleshy, tall, and disproportionately top-heavy.
Jaroussky is tall and a bit gangly, but slender. He has an open face and a bright enthusiasm. When he plants himself in front of the twenty-piece Freiburger band his height and solidity recall something of the 18th-century physical presence of his theatrical forbears.
As for the sound that comes out of Jaroussky’s throat, it is angelic and pure rather than charged with the sensual and timbral complexity that descriptions of Farinelli and Senesino evoke. It’s a kind of perfection that the Baroque specialist Jaroussky has deployed in his recent recording of the Fauré Requiem and heard to full effect in his spotless account, as if perched on a cumulus cloud, of the oft-trampled Pie Jesu.
I’d guess that Jaroussky can sing as fast and as precisely as Handel’s Italian stars, but his lightning-quick virtuosity lacks the necessary voltage. The penultimate of the evening’s three encores, greeted with rapture by the nearly sold-out hall, was a blinding rendition of “Venti turbine” clocking in at what could well have been a world record. It comes from Handel’s first London opera, Rinaldo, of 1711, and is both a show-stopping aria and a concerto for violin and bassoon. The Freiburg ensemble’s first violinist and director Petra Müllejans bolted out at blinding speed and the other instrumental soloist, the phenomenal Eyal Street followed her with shocking ease and blazing fire on the much more unwieldy bassoon. After the blistering ritornello Jaroussky sped along with the pair, and when things began flagging ever-so-slightly in the midst of the race, Müllejans pushed things ahead again. It is impressive and entertaining, but Jaroussky racing in front of the Freiburg Express is a bit like watching fireworks in brilliant sunny daylight – his voice at maximum velocity is not strong enough to shine through this dazzling band.
Part of the problem has to do with another of the big differences between then and now: the venues Senesino sang in were smaller than the Berlin Philharmonie which, in spite of its celebrated acoustic, here joins forces with the German orchestra against the French countertenor
For all his up-tempo technical accomplishment, it is in the slow movements that Jaroussky becomes truly compelling. Jaroussky’s vocal purity, with the careful application of vibrato on long notes, may well be very different from the 18th-century’s, but he has a unique ability to find the absolute center of a long-held note and then swell with the most subtle gradations. In spite of his lack of 18th-century power, Jaroussky would have been justly rewarded for his mastery of the crucial adagio by the princes of yore: his heart-rending manipulation of single tones and his creative and tasteful ornaments on the obligatory repeat of the open section of these arias serve the vital function of intensifying the emotional state—the pathos—often of a brooding melancholy, filled with sighs of loss and whispered promises of vengeance.”
(Certainly in "Io perso il mio ben" the listener can sink so deeply in the pain of the singer who loses the notion of time and space and the end becomes the awakening of a disturbing dream that emerges with effort).
“The breathtakingly long note, shed even of the encumbrances of any accompanimental underpinning, was a specialty of the great castratos, showing how they could hold the orchestra at bay and draw attention haughtily or pathetically — or, more often, both at the same time—to the essence of their sound, and therefore their appeal and wealth. It is a conceit that Jaroussky exploits with theatrical verve and true expressive power, not only in slow movements but even more dramatically in ripping arias like “Venti turbine” and at several other moments across the evening, where massed musical momentum was suddenly stopped in its track by a single tone.”
(Wonderful effect, alone, his voice, so he wants to close it).
“It is at such intimate turns that Jaroussky is at his most persuasive and elevates himself to a world-class musical phenomenon that has to be heard to be believed.”
("Ombra cara" was unbearably beautiful. Philip sang so inward to the listener feel as if he had no right to witness how the singer gave who would like a rapid knowledge of their soul, their true deepest nature, without avoiding it).

I believe that this is what happens to me to me when it ends a concert of PJ. I feel that I have read in a field so private that gives me shame look, as if I had stolen something that should belong only to him.All the singers are risk when they sing a solo recital, all exposed to the greed, the ghosts, the grudge, or what is more dangerous, excessive love that hears them. But I don't know a more extreme than Philip's case, because, unwittingly (I think) he himself you invited to lift all the veils of his personality. It is a heady experience that creates very intensive ties, in such a way that one does not want to finish the spell in any way, and you feel pushed to repeat the experience a thousand times, exactly the same happens with a dangerous drug. I know of no equal circumstances.
I would like knowing English, to better express what I want to say, but I depend on the Internet translators that tend to be horrible. Sorry.
Thank you Jana kiss for having created this forum where people who do not know English may try to say what they think. I believe that I have spoken too.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   13th December 2011, 23:58

Hi Rosamunda!

Amazing post! good post

Quote: is a heady experience that creates very intensive ties, in such a way that one does not want to finish the spell in any way, and you feel pushed to repeat the experience a thousand times, exactly the same happens with a dangerous drug.

You are so right. I feel exactly the same, and I feel quite asshamed about feeling that way because nobody understands. I've been raptured by his voice and I keep playing his arias endlessly everyday and watching his videos in youtube. Last week was so intense after his concert in La Coruña that I felt a little depressed and I am embarrassed to admit it swoon

I am so grateful to Jana and everybody in this forum because I need to share those feelings. I'v never felt that way before, his voive touches something inside me that I never knew it exists give rose

Thank you so much Jana!
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   14th December 2011, 00:55

Pilardcc

You are absolutely right. But you are wrong saying nobody understands what you feel, I think most of us have experienced the same. I saw him five times within one year, and it happend again and again. As I already wrote in my report about the Händel concert in Hamburg, this last concert was almost frightening. He took us with him on his emotional journey, he didn't act. When singing he slipped into the role. One could have the idea it was a kind of trance. Did you see the DVD of the "opium" recital in Verbiers? I couldn't watch it completely the first time, this close-up views, you can even see little scars in his face...I also had the impression I had come too near, it was too private..... wave Don't worry, be happy.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   14th December 2011, 11:41

Hi Duffy!

You're right! Yesterday I felt too emotional...And I mean nobody understands that out of this forum (of course), that's because I am so grateful to all of you hugs
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   14th December 2011, 16:36

Dear Duffy
You are rigth. I'm back to read your impressions of the concert in Hamburg (which was exactly like La Coruña) and confess that I could have written every one of your words.
You say:
"...This last concert was almost frightening. He took us with him in his emotional trip, failed to act. Singing I went into the role. "One might have the idea that it was a kind of trance."
And:
"I never had experienced something like this." Some parts were so beautiful that it was almost unbearable. "" There were moments that not dared even to breathe, in order not to destroy the atmosphere. """I could not get no sleep..."
I know each of these States of mind very well, and I assure you, for now, have no remedy: I do not know how to explain myself this kind of delicious intoxication that both looks like a refined punishment.
Philip triggers in me a storm as powerful as her I've only met again in my life, but this is a different story which has nothing to do with this forum.

Pilarddcc:
Te quite understand when you say "last week was so intense after her concert in La Coruña that I felt a little depressed".
You have no solution, you've drunk love of Alcina filter, but you has offered Ruggiero.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   15th December 2011, 19:27

Dear Pilarddcc and Rosamunda,
I cannot believe I find people who can understand and feel EXACTLY like I do!!! I could not have explained it better..I think Philippe establishes a kind of intimacy with each one of us and it feels personal, like a connection on an emotional, spiritual and physical level that elicits a deep response. He touches on very deep things and he makes us feel how he feels. Almost like a love experience.He gives so much each time and there always seems to be more!!!! Instant and intoxicating.
This is very addictive and intense and you have to be there to believe it. Thank you for understanding. I was very blush blush feeling like this but now I know it is shared... inlove I love reading your understanding posts. Warmest regards to all of you in this forum. This is what the music is all about.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   15th December 2011, 20:04

Dear Tuffy,
now I have to say "Thank you for expressing my feelings towards Philippe and his music in such a perfect way..."!!! agree
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   15th December 2011, 21:48

Dear María and Nenuphar:

I am an art historian researcher and as far as I am concerned (by my job) Beauty is the most touching thing in the world. Sometimes I feel a little weird because of my experiences with art. First time I read about Stendhal Syndrome I thought I was suffering from it in some periods of my life.

Understanding beauty and how it works from the intellectual point of view is my job. Trying to explain how art appeals to our body and mind, in a sensorial level, is also a very part of my personal research. When I heard Philippe talking about the pleasure he experiences because of the vibrations of his own voice inside his head, I was totally shocked. His voice is pure Beauty, it touches us in a very spiritual level but also in a physic one. I mean he experiences a very strong passion when he sings, it is so palpable and intense. The best is that he is so tallented than he is able to share it with us, that's because it is so INTOXICATING and we are craving for more. It is a very sensual experience, as María said, "Almost like a love experience". I do not know if he is conscious of his MAGNETISM, it is like a spell during his performance swoon

The thing is that I am used to study those reactions in people before art pieces, and also to feel it myself, but this is the first time I feel like that with a singer. It is a little naif because everybody knows about the fan phenomenon. But I actually think this is a much deeper experience because he incarnates Beauty when he sings. It is such a fragile and temporary experience that you feel captivated and mesmerized by him, and (at least me) you want to repeat it again and again.

Sorry for such a long post but I actually appreciate sharing with you my feelings...

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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   15th December 2011, 23:21

Dear people, I agree with you but I would like to add that he is also very, very good professional, as a singer and as an artist. Expression of fillings and emotions it is also question of technique. He is not religious but people are preying when he is singing religious music. As an artist he can simulate emotions and bring to public. It is his job.
By the way here is his i interview when he is talking about it. (From 6:21) [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
It hurts my heart when he is ignoring God in every interview because I can not imagine living without God but ... It is his choice.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   15th December 2011, 23:41

nanina: I agree, he is a great professional, but the fact he has to recreate those emotions doesn't make him a fake. He is very good at his job but the great virtue of his voice is the fact he is able to use it as a vehicle to touch people. there a very good singers out there with great technique and voices and they aren't going to achive the same grade of communion with public. I do not know if I am making myself clear... wink
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   16th December 2011, 02:26

nanina wrote:

It hurts my heart when he is ignoring God in every interview because I can not imagine living without God but ... It is his choice.
hello It also hurts me, but:
The main thing is that he's honest, when he's speaking of this. So we can see that he is nevertheless honest with the public.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   16th December 2011, 04:23

I am not arguing with you. no He is VERY, VERY, VERY SPECIAL!!!! He is granted with everything to touch peoples hearts and he is professional. In this interview he did`t tell about himself that he is a great professional, he told that he is lying. .. And here is his modest. Laughing I can say that this kind of modest is hard to find even among believers.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   16th December 2011, 10:56

Pilarddcc,

your research is very interesting, it's fascinates me, too. I'm a lingvist and language teacher, but I sing and I'm in connection with music since my childhood, though not profesionally (yet whistle). In last about two years I have a very big interest in paintings, old masters. I've always been "researching" the connection between lyrics and it's expression by and corresponding with music. Now I have the other - vizual - dimension, how some (religious) motive is expressed by the painter. (Btw, recently I saw dramatized version of Thomas Bernhard's novel "Old masters" and got understand one character (the music critic), not only when he said something like: since he deals with music he is still more interested in paintings. It's something about this. think)
And I really feel similarly as you said, though I've never been to Florence:). I didn't know it has some "terminus technicus", thank you I can diagnosticate myself:). With Philippe is this much more. As said one of my no close friends, but first person, who knew Philippe independently of me (which is rare), I met, he was some time really physicallly dependent on Philippe, and he captured it, rather added what missed in mine (emotional and intellectual) description. It was the first sign (cca before two years) I'm not alone in such feelings. And this forum is my salvation! friends Last time I have the urge to say my thanks to this forum more and more. give heart

To the religion: I'm not believer in the sense to regularly go to mass, to honor the church as an institution, but the spiritual values are the essential thing and should be in each of us and shoud be automatically followed. And I think in this way the artists can express the spiritual emotions, it's not only their job (as Philippe (I hope) hyperbolically said), it goes from their soul, too.

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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   16th December 2011, 12:06

JAROFIL

I'm glad I gave you the "terminus technicus" to diagnosticate yourself!!

I think here more or less everyone is a little ill because of BEAUTY swoon
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   16th December 2011, 14:43

I think this interview was a little unfortunate because of language and choice of words. Philippe speaks already german and spanish and probably other languages and english is difficult for him, probably a matter of practice, but he tried to explain his thoughts as best he could. His candor and lack of hypocrisy is refreshing even in this subject which is so controversial and sometimes he has used the terms agnostic to describe his beliefs. He is professional above all but his spirit shines through everything he sings and his art transcends his words. "Lying" is not the same as "acting" so I believe he is not faking but sort of "putting on a role" necessary to someone who acts operas, cantatas, etc. I agree with Jarofil and it is not necessary to go to church to be religious. I believe Philippe is religious in a broad sense and his God is music. Lucky for all of us! God is known by many names. At least this is my take on this interview!!!!! friends smile
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   18th December 2011, 23:40

Pilarddcc:
I have liked very much your small test on the fascination that the beauty exercises on us and the effect, sometimes devastating, that it can deploy on mind and body. I believe that there can not be a more illustrative example of this force that the own Philippe when he sings, because, as your you say, in these moments " he personifies the beauty ".
There is no way of escaping of his influence, there is no defense against this most powerful tide of exaltation, of happiness mixed with a point of pain for the excessive thing and the worrying of the feeling that the listener experiences, dragged up to losing the notion of the time for the brilliance of a magic voice. Stendhal's syndrome of an unexpected voltage?. The superficial symptoms can be similar initially, but in this case nothing has remedy.
Your you say: " It is such a fragile and temporary experience …. "
But it is not true, because his recollection remains so tangled in the heart that for a long time influences your dream (if you hear Philip in the night, you cannot sleep) and your vigil, because he continues singing inside you as if you were a victim of a charm.
Also it gives me shame feels me as part of a fans phenomenon, but I do not believe that many persons exist in the world of the fans who have his life transfigured by the idol as I am by Philippe, not only when I hear it, not only when I see it: ALWAYS.
Except some members of this forum (not all, I believe), can someone understand this, indeed?
I believe that, at least partly, he is conscious of the magnetism that it radiates and of what is capable of unleashing in the listener, but also I believe that he considers it to be natural, as a prolongation of his passion for what he sings. When it came to Madrid in November, in one of the interviews that are gathered here in “Hello Spain!”, he says that it comes to the Royal theatre to " to inspire love to the hearing " with the chosen program, and I think that he was not saying it of metaphorical form. Be conscious or not, his power is enormous and of a few almost unexplained characteristics.
Tuffy942:
It is clear that it is "an experience as the love". It is the love. swoon
And already it is nice per today. Sorry again for writing so much and so badly in English.
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   19th December 2011, 02:09

All you good ladies, Rosamunda, Pilarddcc,Jarofil, Carolineleiden,Nanina, Nenuphar, Joanna,Vandea,Artaserse, ssssssooooom many more My mind gets confused but very especially the great Ragazzo, JaRoWi, leader of the "Philippe's Angels "force in the forum!!It is lovely that all of you make the effort to bring us news and interviews, comments, tell us of events, dialogues with the ineffable one, etc in all kinds of languages and no little work. Some others even record and upload special pieces and programs. A dedicated group of young girls, not so young and some even like methuselah himself but with hearts springy and young full of excitement of the finer things in life,. Of which PJ is one of the finest. I salute all your work and your talents at the service of this forum and the loving souls here. kiss flowers bow bow
I have never done this sort of public adoration and now that I am old it is even more embarrassing but so be it. My heart at least feels very young in love kiss
Indeed we have tasted of the waters of Alcina's love potion........we are TOAST. bow
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   19th December 2011, 03:06

Dear tuffy942, Yes, water of Alcina causes disease called LOVE. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] And here are symptoms of this diseases: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
And here are vectors of this disease (cute cupids) that transmit it:
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Yes, It is like a disease but what a happy are people that are infected with this disease. I love you all because of your feelings. flowers flowers flowers give rose give rose give rose flowers flowers flowers
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PostSubject: Re: Concert in La Coruña (4th December)   19th December 2011, 12:25

Hi Ladies (and some gentleman, I suppose!)

I love this moments of sharing with you about our caro! I have to sneak out to check the forum, otherwise I would be mocked again and again whistle

Rosamunda: I have to read all those interviews in "Hello Spain", I have a lot to catch up, so many to read and listen dance

I am glad you like my post, I am pretty lazy when it comes to write in English...You know it is quite hard trying to express nuances in other language heat

Tuffy: You're right I am so surprised about how generous people in this forum are. I am still "studying" all the material that they post. I have to thank especially all the people who make the effort to translate. Even if I am able to understand more or less the same languages than Philippe I can always use some help! Especially with German hugs

And about this great admiration we all share, I must say that this "bittersweet eros" is an amazing thing to experience, so shall we embrace it!! horseman

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