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(YouTube) Video Diana Damrau as the Queen of Night from Mozart's "The Magic Flute". She does things with her throat that not even your mom could do   ( divider line
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2013-03-03 02:24:59 PM  
2 votes:
Naah - the best version of that aria was by Florence Foster Jenkins.


Go ahead - I dare you.
2013-03-03 07:25:09 PM  
1 vote:

Tyrone Slothrop: cirby: Naah - the best version of that aria was by Florence Foster Jenkins.


Go ahead - I dare you.

I hate you.

That.  Was.  Amazing.  Someone needs to splice in some goats screaming like humans.  My studio-fu is not up to the task, sadly.
2013-03-03 06:34:28 PM  
1 vote:
Really?  Nobody's posted the live version of

"Diva Dance" from the Fifth Element

That tops everything listed so far.
2013-03-03 03:11:42 PM  
1 vote:
Inva Mula Tchako - Il Dolce Suono

She was the singing voice of Diva Plavalaguna (played by Maïwenn Le Besco)) in "The Fifth Element".
2013-03-03 02:31:28 PM  
1 vote:
Wow, she makes this sound not so far-fetched.

/Someone was bound to link it...
2013-03-03 02:30:51 PM  
1 vote:
Meh. Here's this week's favorite: Kristen Chenoweth -- Candide: Glitter and be teh Ghey
2013-03-03 02:14:11 PM  
1 vote:
You mean she can sing out of synch? Of all the opera excerpts you might find on Youtube, you chose this one.
Anyway, Lucia Popp gave a far better rendition.
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