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Gubanova did nicely with her cavatina despite some flatting of pitch at the lower end of her range.
The chorus had to stand around staring cluelessly at deeply personal outpourings of grief; almost every aria—a slow cavatina followed by a fast cabaletta—was interrupted by some startling piece of news to justify the radical change of mood.
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