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    Cool Pop star ring???????????????

    YES, Using all pop singers. rod stewart- loge?

    what pop singers in which roles would you choose?

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    Well, if they will use pop-singers they can use a multi-frets Sky guitar by Uli Jon Roth (see Wikipedia) or something like that. Though, I don't think that pop singers will be able to sing the Ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moscow-Mahler View Post
    ...I don't think that pop singers will be able to sing the Ring.
    Okay- this is (manifestly) true--
    but I'll play along, under the premise that it'll be easier to fill the "bit-parts" first:

    Alison Moyet for Erda.
    The hardest knife ill us'd doth lose his edge. Shakespeare- Sonnet 95

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    I have another idea: a new opera, named "Elektra, the Gothic Transvestite" with Marylin Manson as Elektra, the Transvestite. It will be a block-buster!

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    they can sing it, just a bit differently. Gaga as ????

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    Can you imagine Bocelli as Siegfried??

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    Pussycat Dolls as the Rhinemaidens
    Bob Dylan as Loge
    Tom Waits as Wotan
    Eminem as Siegmund
    Lady Gaga as Sieglinde
    David Lee Roth as Siegfried
    Madonna as Brunnhilde

    Box office gold!
    -Ian

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    I suggest Susan Boyle for Brünnhilde.

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    How about Britney Spears as Gutrune?

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    And Justin Bieber as the Woodbird.

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    Bono as Alberic (both are short, big-mouthed and annoying).

    The rather tall James Hetfield as the giant Fafner.

    Gene Simmons as Donner (Kiss sang a song called 'God of Thunder')

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    This seems funny!

    Das ist kein Mann!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itullian View Post
    YES, Using all pop singers. rod stewart- loge?

    what pop singers in which roles would you choose?
    I think you are becoming desperate for material---what next I ask myself ?
    Anyway,being a true classical type I know no popsters--so i'll B----- of before you tell me to.
    Fools talk because they have to say something, wise men talk because they have something to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zabirilog View Post
    This seems funny!
    Rather peculiar even already.
    Fools talk because they have to say something, wise men talk because they have something to say.

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    Bob Dylan had a natural voice for Mime. I remember one reviewer saying about Gehard Stoltz that 'when you hear his whining, snivelling Mime you wonder why he became an opera singer'
    But what about Jon Bon Jovi for Seigmund? 'Wanted - dead or alive' by Hunding.

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