Didur in New York, 1915 (Bain News Service Collection,
Library of Congress).
ADAMO DIDUR: Roberto il Diavolo — Suore che riposate
Milan: October 10, 1907
Fonotipia 92002 (mx. Xph 2670)
ADAMO DIDUR: Gli Ugonotti — Signor, difesa e scudo
Milan: October 11, 1907
Fonotipia 92003 (mx. Xph 2671)
ADAMO DIDUR: Mefistofele — Son il spirito che nega
Milan: April 23, 1908
Fonotipia 92226 (mx. Xph 3176)
Quote of the Week:
The metaphor of the moment is that Donald Trump is the dog that caught up with the car… A more apt reference, especially after Trump’s inauguration, might be the Pottery Barn Rule: “You break it, you own it.”
Trump and the congressional Republicans who have chosen to make their bed with him are responsible for what happens from now on. There is now no one to blame if they can’t pass budgets, avoid shutdowns, deal with sequestration, replace Obamacare, destroy ISIS, or reverse the continuing loss of manufacturing jobs. If climate change gets worse, it’s on them. If Syria continues its downward spiral, it’s on them. If more countries acquire nuclear weapons, it’s on them.
— James Hohmann (Washington Post)