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Klaus Nomi: Samson and Delilah (Aria) Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix

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Uploaded on Feb 8, 2008

"Toward the end of the show, the lights dimmed and the room was filled with a thundering musical ovation. The curtains opened and the spotlight fell on a strange, unearthly presence wearing a black gown, clear plastic cape, and white gloves. As the orchestral refrain from Saint-Saens' 'Samson And Delila' was played, this strange Weimar version of Mickey Mouse began singing in an angelic voice. "I still get goose pimples when I think about it," remembers Joey Arias, who was in the audience that night. "Everyone became completely quite until it was over."

Steven Hager, Art After Midnight: The East Village Scene1986 St. Martin's Press, excerpts


Samson et Dalila by Saint-Saëns (Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix).

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