Classical Notes: Carmen prepares to Milk it in Limerick
It's that troublesome gypsy woman Carmen again.
It’s that troublesome gypsy woman Carmen again. She’s rarely out of the spotlight, and invariably turns up in a variety of guises to fascinate audiences with the power, passion and volatility of her classically Iberian character.
The temptress from Seville has intrigued the classical world ever since Georges Bizet put music to a novella by Prosper Merimée in 1874, thereby creating the first “realistic” French opera.
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