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Open-air theatre - Three tenors gift concert
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The Szeged Szimfonikus Orchestra had a huge success in the open-air theatre "Three tenors" title his gift concert.

Adam Diegel, László Boldizsár and Wendler Attila Verdi, from Bizet, Puccini and Massenet operas hit arias, and an evergreen sang Italian songs.

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Uploaded: 10/07/2009
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