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Austria
 Friday, August 07, 2015 at 8.30pm 
SALZBURG CONTEMPORARY • BOULEZ • KLANGFORUM WIEN II
Salzburger Festspiele
various, Salzburg, Austria
Austria
ttel.: +43-662-8045-500
http://www.salzburgfestival.at/
info@salzburgfestival.at

Sylvain Cambreling, Conductor
Hilary Summers, Contralto
Della Miles, Blues Singer
Tyshawn Sorey, Percussion
Klangforum Wien

‘It is not enough to construct one’s revolution, one must also dream it’: thus, Pierre Boulez once formulated his artistic credo. It would never have been enough for him to appear only as a prophet of the avant-garde and a radical revolutionary, administering fundamental criticism to rigid, anti-modernist structures with his notorious demand to blow up all opera houses. Instead, as a composer he was always a sensuous poet of sound, striving quite traditionally for technical mastery and personal expression in equal measure, also and especially when experimenting with the latest techniques, such as guided chance and live electronics – a dedicated explorer and reformer. Reflecting his search for perfection and the ideal implementation of his thoughts, many of his pieces have undergone various stages of development, growing in scope, instrumentation and duration and thereby becoming others, as if they were living organisms undergoing maturation. If Salzburg contemporary takes Pierre Boulez’s 90th birthday as an occasion to focus on his eminent œuvre, naturally this includes some of the great key works of New Music of the past 70 years – interpreted by the friends, students and comrades-in-arms of this singular musician, who has also made history as a conductor. With the French tradition ranging from Debussy to Boulez’s influential teacher Olivier Messiaen, and the Second Viennese School of Schoenberg, Berg and Webern, the series also highlights some of the music of the past that influenced Boulez. These works are complemented by a new piece by Olga Neuwirth, whose music Pierre Boulez is very fond of: a portrait of the artist as an ageless man.

Walter Weidringer

Translated by Alexa Nieschlag


Pierre Boulez : Le Marteau sans maître
Olga Neuwirth : Lonicera Caprifolium (1993)
Olga Neuwirth : Eleanor Suite for blues singer, percussion and ensemble

8 Aug



Austria
 Saturday, August 08, 2015 at 7.30pm 
The Complete Piano Works by Pierre Boulez
Salzburger Festspiele
various, Salzburg, Austria
Austria
ttel.: +43-662-8045-500
http://www.salzburgfestival.at/
info@salzburgfestival.at

Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Piano
Tamara Stefanovich, Piano

Salzburg contemporary is sponsored by Roche
Youth! Arts! Science!

‘It is not enough to construct one’s revolution, one must also dream it’: thus, Pierre Boulez once formulated his artistic credo. It would never have been enough for him to appear only as a prophet of the avant-garde and a radical revolutionary, administering fundamental criticism to rigid, anti-modernist structures with his notorious demand to blow up all opera houses. Instead, as a composer he was always a sensuous poet of sound, striving quite traditionally for technical mastery and personal expression in equal measure, also and especially when experimenting with the latest techniques, such as guided chance and live electronics – a dedicated explorer and reformer. Reflecting his search for perfection and the ideal implementation of his thoughts, many of his pieces have undergone various stages of development, growing in scope, instrumentation and duration and thereby becoming others, as if they were living organisms undergoing maturation. If Salzburg contemporary takes Pierre Boulez’s 90th birthday as an occasion to focus on his eminent œuvre, naturally this includes some of the great key works of New Music of the past 70 years – interpreted by the friends, students and comrades-in-arms of this singular musician, who has also made history as a conductor. With the French tradition ranging from Debussy to Boulez’s influential teacher Olivier Messiaen, and the Second Viennese School of Schoenberg, Berg and Webern, the series also highlights some of the music of the past that influenced Boulez. These works are complemented by a new piece by Olga Neuwirth, whose music Pierre Boulez is very fond of: a portrait of the artist as an ageless man.

Walter Weidringer

Translated by Alexa Nieschlag


Pierre Boulez : Notations (12)
Pierre Boulez : Sonate pour piano n°1, 2 & 3
Pierre Boulez : Incises
Pierre Boulez : Une page d’éphéméride
Pierre Boulez : Structures pour deux pianos: Livre II

8 Aug



United Kingdom
 Saturday, August 08, 2015 at 1950-2040 
The Artist, His Muse, The Singer and Her Lover
Kings Place
Kings Cross, London
United Kingdom

Tickets: 7.50
Maria Bovino, soprano
Oliver Curry, piano
Zoe Lister actress
Paul Barker composer/pianist




A Comedy Double-Bill of Synthetic Voice Melodrama

The starting point for Paul Barker's double-bill is how to do opera without a voice. Not just a singing voice, but without any voice at all. My Voice and Me is the autobiography of Oliver Curry, an English tenor who lost his voice as a result of rehearsing I Pagliacci in Naples many decades ago; it left him voiceless, unable to make any sound. He tells the story today with the aid of a synthetic voice (which sounds uncannily like Stephen Hawking) whilst simultaneously playing the piano. Oliver's wife, soprano Maria Bovino, makes an unexpected guest appearance. Of Zoe and the Woman I Sing explores in three acts the relationship between an artist and his muse. Actress Zoë Lister is that muse whom the artist turns into an avatar, the better to control her. The avatar speaks with a unique synthetic voice developed by Toshiba Europe along with Paul Barker, modelled on Zoë, designed to emulate any human emotion. Barker has composed many operas exploring different languages and his most recent, EL Gallo, is an opera for six actors and two string quartets without text. It has been performed across several continents with over 100 performances and has won several awards. His exploration of opera now returns to language but dispenses with singers and expects instrumentalists to act.


Paul Barker : Of Zoe and The Woman I Sing
Paul Barker : My Voice and Me

9 Aug



United Kingdom
 Sunday, August 09, 2015 at 1550-1640 
The Artist, His Muse, The Singer and Her Lover
Kings Place
Kings Cross, London
United Kingdom

Tickets: 7.50
Music & Pianist: Oliver Curry
Soprano: Maria Bovino
Music & Pianist: Oliver Curry
Soprano: Maria Bovino


A Comedy Double-Bill of Synthetic Voice Melodrama

The starting point for Paul Barker's double-bill is how to do opera without a voice. Not just a singing voice, but without any voice at all. My Voice and Me is the autobiography of Oliver Curry, an English tenor who lost his voice as a result of rehearsing I Pagliacci in Naples many decades ago; it left him voiceless, unable to make any sound. He tells the story today with the aid of a synthetic voice (which sounds uncannily like Stephen Hawking) whilst simultaneously playing the piano. Oliver's wife, soprano Maria Bovino, makes an unexpected guest appearance. Of Zoe and the Woman I Sing explores in three acts the relationship between an artist and his muse. Actress Zoë Lister is that muse whom the artist turns into an avatar, the better to control her. The avatar speaks with a unique synthetic voice developed by Toshiba Europe along with Paul Barker, modelled on Zoë, designed to emulate any human emotion. Barker has composed many operas exploring different languages and his most recent, EL Gallo, is an opera for six actors and two string quartets without text. It has been performed across several continents with over 100 performances and has won several awards. His exploration of opera now returns to language but dispenses with singers and expects instrumentalists to act.



Paul Barker : Of Zoe and The Woman I Sing
Paul Barker : My Voice and Me

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14 Aug



Scotland
 Friday, August 14, 2015 at 7.30pm 
MacMillan & Sibelius
Edinburgh International Festival
Edinburgh
Scotland
http://www.eif.co.uk

Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Edward Gardner Conductor

Edinburgh Festival Chorus
Christopher Bell Chorus Master

Colin Currie Percussion
Anna Larsson Mezzo soprano
Johan Reuter Baritone


For composer James MacMillan, Scottish percussionist Colin Currie’s captivating playing combines accuracy, sensitivity and a real sense of emotion – alongside a deep musicality and natural showmanship.

Currie is the dedicatee of MacMillan’s new Second Percussion Concerto, which has a special focus on the scintillating sounds of metal percussion and a provocative combination of lyricism and visceral energy. It’s a tough physical workout for Currie as soloist – and a thrilling ride for listeners.

After the interval, Edward Gardner conducts one of Sibelius’s grandest works. Kullervo tells a moving, dramatic tale of guilt and redemption from Finnish folklore, with acclaimed Swedish contralto Anna Larsson, respected Danish baritone Johan Reuter and the combined choral might of the Edinburgh Festival and RSNO Choruses.


James MacMillan : Percussion Concerto No 2
Jean Sibelius : Kullervo

15 Aug



Austria
 Saturday, August 15, 2015 at 8pm 
PIERRE BOULEZ • Répons
Salzburger Festspiele
various, Salzburg, Austria
Austria
ttel.: +43-662-8045-500
http://www.salzburgfestival.at/
info@salzburgfestival.at

Matthias Pintscher, Conductor
Hidéki Nagano, Piano
Sébastien Vichard, Piano
Frédérique Cambreling, Harp
Luigi Gaggero, Cymbal
Samuel Favre, Vibraphone
Gilles Durot, Xylophone
IRCAM: Andrew Gerzso and Gilbert Nouno, Electronic Realization
Ensemble intercontemporain

‘It is not enough to construct one’s revolution, one must also dream it’: thus, Pierre Boulez once formulated his artistic credo. It would never have been enough for him to appear only as a prophet of the avant-garde and a radical revolutionary, administering fundamental criticism to rigid, anti-modernist structures with his notorious demand to blow up all opera houses. Instead, as a composer he was always a sensuous poet of sound, striving quite traditionally for technical mastery and personal expression in equal measure, also and especially when experimenting with the latest techniques, such as guided chance and live electronics – a dedicated explorer and reformer. Reflecting his search for perfection and the ideal implementation of his thoughts, many of his pieces have undergone various stages of development, growing in scope, instrumentation and duration and thereby becoming others, as if they were living organisms undergoing maturation. If Salzburg contemporary takes Pierre Boulez’s 90th birthday as an occasion to focus on his eminent œuvre, naturally this includes some of the great key works of New Music of the past 70 years – interpreted by the friends, students and comrades-in-arms of this singular musician, who has also made history as a conductor. With the French tradition ranging from Debussy to Boulez’s influential teacher Olivier Messiaen, and the Second Viennese School of Schoenberg, Berg and Webern, the series also highlights some of the music of the past that influenced Boulez. These works are complemented by a new piece by Olga Neuwirth, whose music Pierre Boulez is very fond of: a portrait of the artist as an ageless man.

Walter Weidringer

Translated by Alexa Nieschlag


Pierre Boulez : Répons

16 Aug



United Kingdom
 Sunday, August 16, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Michael Finnissy Premiere
Albert Hall, London
Kensington Gore London SW7 2AP
United Kingdom
http://www.royalalberthall.com

Julian Rachlin violin
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Ilan Volkov conductor

The Proms’ Sibelius symphony cycle continues with the concise, intricately wrought Third and the darker Fourth – once described by conductor Herbert Blomstedt as ‘an essay in trying to be happy which fails – on purpose’. These are paired with the composer’s popular Violin Concerto with Lithuanian soloist Julian Rachlin. Conductor Ilan Volkov is a passionate champion of contemporary music and here premieres a new Sibelius-inspired work by Michael Finnissy – a composer whose music, though fascinatingly complex, finds real connection with politics, society and culture.


Jean Sibelius : Symphony No. 3 in C major
Jean Sibelius : Violin Concerto in D minor
Michael Finnissy : Janne
Jean Sibelius : Symphony No. 4 in A minor

17 Aug 
 
18 Aug 
 
19 Aug



Austria
 Wednesday, August 19, 2015 at 8pm 
Golden Dragon
Bregenz Festival

Austria
http://www.bregenzerfestspiele.com

Music theatre (2014)
Libretto by Roland Schimmelpfennig
adapted by Peter Eötvös
First performance in Austria
Co-production with Ensemble Modern
and Oper Frankfurt

An Asian fast-food restaurant where five people from different generations meet. A small man suffering from toothache. The fable of the ant and the cricket. A tooth that is removed with a wrench and lands in a stewardess's bowl of soup. A family that makes a phone call from the gap in the teeth.

Roland Schimmelpfennig's theatrical fable The Golden Dragon, which premiered at Vienna's Burgtheater in 2009, has been adapted by the Hungarian composer Peter Eötvös as a many-layered piece of music theatre, in which five performers play 18 roles. After its world premiere at Oper Frankfurt, the most recent stage work by one of the most successful opera composers of our time is now being performed at the Bregenz Festival. For the production, the world renowned Ensemble Modern is returning to Lake Constance after a ten-year absence.


Peter Eotvos : Golden Dragon

20 Aug



United States
 Thursday, August 20, 2015 at 7:00pm August 20-30 (no performance August 24), Tuesdays-Thursdays at 7:00 p.m., Fridays at 8:00 p. 
Van Gogh Re-Imagined in Theatrical Concert Series 8/20-30
Stone House
250 Division Street
United States
413-528-0524
http://www.aier.org

Tickets: $85
Ensemble for the Romantic Century

Hailed recently by The New York Times as “ingenious,” New York City’s Ensemble for the Romantic Century (ERC) returns to the Berkshires for the third consecutive summer with the regional premiere of the theatrical concert Van Gogh’s Ear. In partnership with the American Institute for Economic Research and the Clark Art Institute, the 10-day, 12-performance series of Van Gogh’s Ear complements Clark’s art exhibition Van Gogh and Nature and features a special pre-performance discussion August 25th led by the Clark’s curator at large, Richard Kendall.


21 Aug



Switzerland
 Friday, August 21, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Cortège pour violon, accompagné de “La Fanfare Harmonie du village”
Lucerne Festival
Lucerne
Switzerland
http://e.lucernefestival.ch

Basler Madrigalisten | Raphael Immoos conductor | Desirée Meiser stage direction | Silvester von Hösslin narrator | Noëlle-Anne Darbellay violin and voice | Matthias Schranz violoncello | Lanet Flores Otero clarinet | Daniele Pintaudi piano and mime | Blanka Kertész piano


Jürg Wyttenbach has always defied borders – whether between the arts, genres, or stylistic levels. This is clear from the first sampling of his Lucerne retrospective as composer-in-residence, when we will encounter instrumentalists transformed into singers and actors, clowning into performance art, vocal experimentation into enigmatic chansons, and eccentric miniatures into a half-hour-long madrigal play that here receives its world premiere. Above all this hovers the spirit of Mani Matter, the famous Swiss singer-songwriter. A colorful evening on the cusp between anarchy and artistic alchemy is what you should expect. And you can be sure it will turn to gold thanks not only to Wyttenbach’s musical and theatrical imagination but also to his rebellious and mischievous sense of humor.


Jürg Wyttenbach : Sutil und Laar
Jürg Wyttenbach : Trois chansons violées
Jürg Wyttenbach : Una chica en Nirvana
Jürg Wyttenbach : ist klang der sinn?
Jürg Wyttenbach : Es git en Bueb mit Name Fritz
Jürg Wyttenbach : Matter
Jürg Wyttenbach : Der Unfall

22 Aug



Switzerland
 Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 11am 
Youth Philharmonic of Central Switzerland | Jürg Wyttenbach | Carolin Widmann | Talvi Hunt | Maria Korovatskaya
Lucerne Festival
Lucerne
Switzerland
http://e.lucernefestival.ch

Youth Philharmonic of Central Switzerland | Jürg Wyttenbach conductor | Carolin Widmann violin | Talvi Hunt piano | Maria Korovatskaya soprano

Music as a way of viewing images: in Jürg Wyttenbach’s Violin Concerto from 2013 the instrumentalists seem to have jumped straight out of the screen. And indeed Gustave Courbet’s famous monumental painting A Burial in Ornans will be projected as an enlarged image on the stage. Wyttenbach has translated Courbet’s “rigidified dance of death” into a “masterful piece of music theater,” wrote the Basler Zeitung following the world premiere. His Cortège (“Procession, Funeral March”) is led by the solo violin – played by the wonderful Carolin Widmann – as the ”harlequin of death,” while the other musicians represent the villagers: the bass tuba for example is the heavyset mayor, while the trumpets are two old veterans of the Revolution. A procession also comes to mind in Charles Ives’s Third Symphony, The Camp Meeting, which evokes the eponymous Presbyterian revival meeting with its church hymns, much as the composer experienced them in his childhood.


Jürg Wyttenbach : Divisions for piano and nine solo strings
Modest Mussorgsky : The Nursery
Charles Ives : Symphony No. 3 The Camp Meeting
Jürg Wyttenbach : Cortège pour violon, accompagné de “La Fanfare Harmonie du village”

22 Aug



Switzerland
 Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 4pm 
Jürg Wyttenbach: Gargantua chez les Helvètes du Haut-Valais
Lucerne Festival
Lucerne
Switzerland
http://e.lucernefestival.ch

Alpini Vernähmlassig | Franziskus Abgottspon narrator

“His drive for freedom is like a stream that floods everything and in which everything has a place, from the craziest and most blasphemous to the most intelligent.” Composer-in-residence Jürg Wyttenbach has always been fond of the French Renaissance novelist François Rabelais. He is especially fascinated by the open, indeed wildly episodic layout of Rabelais’ masterwork Gargantua and Pantagruel, which indulges an irrepressible love for storytelling and “in that very moment recreates the form of the novel and language.” Corresponding to this is Gargantua chez les Helvètes du Haut-Valais, which was initially conceived as part of a richly associative collage opera on Rabelais that was never completed. It juxtaposes folkloric and experimental approaches, folk music instruments and advanced playing techniques, life-affirming earthiness and ambiguous Dadaist language games. Originally written for the Oberwalliser Spillit, Wyttenbach has newly arranged his “questionable, though thoroughly bucolic scenes” – as the subtitle has it – for the Lucerne-based ensemble Alpini Vernähmlassig.


Jürg Wyttenbach : Gargantua chez les Helvètes du Haut-Valais oder: “Was sind das für Sitten!?”

22 Aug



Scotland
 Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 9.30pm 
Magnetic Rose Oneohtrix Point Never
Edinburgh International Festival
Edinburgh
Scotland
http://www.eif.co.uk



Experimental American composer Daniel Lopatin (aka Oneohtrix Point Never) performs a new live soundtrack to accompany a screening of the Katsuhiro Otomo film Magnetic Rose. Oneohtrix, recently cited by NME as one of the ‘100 most influential artists’, creates futuristic soundscapes that continuously conjure mystical images of the unknown. This Scottish premiere adds a whole new dimension to the accompanying footage. The second part of the evening features a performance of Bullet Hell Abstraction IV, a new composition inspired by video games.


Daniel Lopatin : Magnetic Rose

23 Aug 
 
24 Aug



Scotland
 Monday, August 24, 2015 at 8pm 
Max Richter Recomposed | Memoryhouse
Edinburgh International Festival
Edinburgh
Scotland
http://www.eif.co.uk



Pioneering British musician Max Richter inhabits an indefinable realm between contemporary classical and indie pop, creating achingly gorgeous soundscapes that combine the icy purity of minimalist composers Steve Reich and Arvo Pärt with the richness of contemporary electronica.

Recomposed: Vivaldi – The Four Seasons is Richter’s subtly radical postmodern remix of one of classical music’s best-loved works, taking the great Baroque composer’s four concertos as the starting point for a startling musical transformation bringing in loops, samples, drifting ambient soundscapes and monumental walls of sound.

This special Festival performance brings together the work’s original performers – respected international solo violinist Daniel Hope, conductor and contemporary music specialist André de Ridder, with Richter himself on keyboards and electronics – who are joined by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

Memoryhouse is an intoxicating journey through the beauty and tragedy of 20th-century Europe, combining music, poetry and voices to explore stories real and imagined, with Baroque harpsichord, soaring strings, poignant piano, electronics and orchestra.

Max Richter’s Recomposed: Vivaldi – The Four Seasons is the music for Wayne McGregor’s Kairos performed by Ballett Zürich at the Edinburgh Playhouse on 27–29 Aug


Max Richter : Recomposed: Vivaldi – The Four Seasons
Max Richter : Memoryhouse

25 Aug 
 
26 Aug 
 
27 Aug



United Kingdom
 Thursday, August 27, 2015 at 8pm 
Chamber Opera Double Bill
Presteigne Festival

United Kingdom
01544 267800
http://www.presteignefestival.com

Ruth Kirsty Hopkins
Desmond Howard Quilla Croft
David Greg Tassell
Richard Williams director ∙ George Vass conductor
Nova Music Ensemble

Nova Music Opera brings together a pair of contemporary chamber operas by Charlotte Bray and Thomas Hyde about misunderstood characters from modern British history. In the sixtieth anniversary year of her controversial execution, the end of Ruth Ellis’ life is examined in Charlotte Bray’s work Entanglement.

Thomas Hyde’s That Man Stephen Ward, premiered to wonderful reviews in 2008, charts the demise of one of the more tragic characters involved in the Profumo scandal of the early 1960s.


Charlotte Bray : Entanglement
Thomas Hyde : That Man Stephen Ward

28 Aug



Scotland
 Friday, August 28, 2015 at 9.15pm 
Wave Movements
Edinburgh International Festival
Edinburgh
Scotland
http://www.eif.co.uk



Composers Richard Reed Parry and Bryce Dessner, also members of rock bands Arcade Fire and The National respectively, take as inspiration the different wave cycles of the world’s oceans in a work for string orchestra and film. The music, composed directly to the actual rhythms of waves, is performed live by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra to a film made by the photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto who created an iconic series of seascape photos in the 1980s.

The two acclaimed musicians will perform alongside members of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra for Heart & Breath, with Bryce Dessner on guitar and Richard Reed Parry on bass. Heart & Breath is based around the idea of using the widely varying internal rhythms of the performers’ bodies as performance parameters, relying on the breathing rates of the players to determine the pace of the music.

Dessner's Murder Ballades will also be performed by members of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is a fascinating score based on American ballads about murder. It was originally created as a score for a piece by L.A. Dance Project, who appeared at the Festival in 2013.


Bryce Dessner : Murder Ballades
Richard Reed Parry : Heart & Breath

29 Aug



United Kingdom
 Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 7.45pm 
Navarra in Presteigne
Presteigne Festival

United Kingdom
01544 267800
http://www.presteignefestival.com

Navarra Quartet
Tom Poster piano



Carl Nielsen : String Quartet No 4 in F
Joseph Phibbs : String Quartet No 2
Antonin Dvorak : Piano Quintet in A

29 Aug



United Kingdom
 Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 11.30am 
Michael Small World Premiere
Presteigne Festival

United Kingdom
01544 267800
http://www.presteignefestival.com

Fenella Humphreys violin



Cheryl Frances Hoad : Suite No 1 for solo violin
Gordon Crosse : Orkney Dreaming
Piers Hellawell : Balcony Scenes
Michael Small : White Space
J.S. Bach : Partita in E, BWV1006

30 Aug



United Kingdom
 Sunday, August 30, 2015 at 7.45pm 
Countless and Wonderful are the Ways to Praise God
Presteigne Festival

United Kingdom
01544 267800
http://www.presteignefestival.com

Gillian Keith soprano
The Choir of Royal Holloway
Presteigne Festival Orchestra
George Vass conductor

Sunday 30 August at 7.00pm | Assembly Rooms, Presteigne LD8 2AD
Pre-performance Talk IV

Respected conductor, pianist and publisher David Wordsworth discusses tonight’s eclectic programme with composers Gabriel Jackson, whose choral/orchestral work
opens the concert; David Matthews, whose Three Housman Songs receive their premiere in a new version for soprano and string orchestra and Toby Young, whose setting of William Blake’s Love and Harmony is also heard.


Gabriel Jackson : Countless and wonderful are the ways to praise God
Pēteris Vasks : Epifania
David Matthews : Three Housman Songs, Op 69
Toby Young : Love and Harmony
Einojuhani Rautavaara : Canto III: ‘A Portrait of the Artist at a Certain Moment’
Tarik O'Reagan : Triptych

31 Aug



United Kingdom
 Monday, August 31, 2015 at 2pm 
Flights of Angels
Presteigne Festival

United Kingdom
01544 267800
http://www.presteignefestival.com

Gillian Keith soprano
Timothy End piano




Jean Sibelius : Five Songs, Op 37
Judith Weir : A Spanish Liederbooklet
Samuel Barber : Four Songs, Op 13
Cecilia McDowall : Flights of Angels
Francis Poulenc : Fiançailles pour rire

1 Sep 
 
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