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And certainly it is a hugely hard performance to bring off successfully and if Sher's Lear does not quite touch the peaks of tragedy, this disturbing pilgrimage towards death is not without its wonderful moments, although this reviewer found little cause for shedding a tear.
Her voice is adequate on some of the cuts, but on this one, which requires some panache to bring off successfully, she falls flat.
This sort of fusion is hard to bring off successfully, but McIntyre is on to something here that could be developed into extremely interesting work.
In our time, both Antony and Cleopatra seem nearly beyond the reach of good actors and proper casting: 'If each of the two central parts is difficult to bring off successfully, a satisfactory pairing is almost unheard of', and an Egyptian of 'infinite variety' troubles us.
Add the astonishing Argentineanborn flautist/vocalist Diana Baroni, and the Armenian duduk virtuoso Djivan Gasparyan, and the result looked, on paper, like a genuine one-off - a real festival occasion, and the kind of programme that only the Brodsky Quartet could bring off successfully.
The finale of Sibelius's second symphony is perhaps one of the most difficult in the repertoire to bring off successfully.