June 30, 2006

operatic resources

dear ingmar,

my roommate has bought a new set of taebo dvds and she is working out constantly to them. it drives me crazy. oh lord, as if i don't have enough problems.

in retaliation, i can't really think of anything to really fire back at her...then, i remembered, OPERA. i am looking for the works by russian composers such as glinka, mussorgsky, and borodin and antonín dvořák (ok, i know he's not russian) in particular. if you know where i can get these without having to shell out major dollars for the dvds/cds, i'd really appreciate it. i'm not suggesting piracy...(believe me, i tried! can't find them anywhere) but maybe there are websites where they can be downloaded or listened to or something?

whatever, maybe you can't help me because i don't even know if you get these letters. i don't even know if you or the cyber postman or anyone reads this drivel that i keep spouting.

-- j


Anonymous Roscoe said...

Anyone who listens to Rilo Kiley is worth reading.

6:39 AM  
Blogger -- j said...

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10:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dude. you should play kid. hahahhaa.... that would be revenge indeed. although, maybe revenge on yourself, too.

10:04 AM  

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