john_j_enright (john_j_enright) wrote,

Don Giovanni

Just got back from seeing Don Giovanni, which is one of Mozart's operas. It was well-sung, although the set was very sparsely furnished. Still, the scene where he gets dragged down into hell looked pretty good.

Rhyme of the Day:

"Don Giovanni"
Is Italian for "Sir Johnny."

But usually it's translated as "Don Juan," which is really Spanish. And the rhyme of the day involved an exercise of poetic license, since really it would just be "Sir John."

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