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You know that old saying… “A vacationer’s St. Thomas timeshare is his castle.” So true when the vacationer is you and the timeshare is a Bluebeard’s Castle timeshare resale! With the discounted prices found only on the resale market, you can afford to buy a timeshare ‘castle’ all your own. 

Located in the easy-for-vacationing U.S. Virgin Islands, Bluebeard’s Castle is one resort with five timeshare complexes situated together, all overlooking the harbor in spectacular Charlotte Amalie on the island of St. Thomas. These buildings are all included in the Bluebeard's Castle resort complex and include:

A secluded Caribbean island, St. Thomas is only 32 square miles in size, with much of that being tropical forestland or stunning, white sand beaches. Nevertheless, St. Thomas also offers great places to shop, dine, and golf, along with historic sites to explore by day and clubs and entertainment to enjoy at night.

Was Bluebeard such a bad guy? Maybe not, supposes conductor Iván Fischer in his booklet-notes for Bartok’s Duke Bluebeard’s Castle . Perhaps all the blood in his castle is just in the mind of Bluebeard’s last bride, Judith. And what about his other imprisoned wives? Well, they live in Bluebeard’s heart. What a nice consolation that is for their zombified existence!

Thank goodness this isn’t a DVD because this highly suspect view of the libretto doesn’t translate into musical perversity in this authoritative 2002 recording, made when Fischer was a Philips artist. Now licensed by Channel Classics, the SACD recording sits nicely alongside Fischer’s technologically up-to-date work for that label, though were he re‑recording the opera today, some different vocal casting would be in order.

Besides using a corrected version of Bartók’s score, Fischer employs a more authentic xylophone in the torture-chamber scene that’s more muted and less lurid than the instrument usually heard – appropriate to a recording that’s both sonically rich but lacking ostentation. What might normally be an impressive orchestral flourish becomes a particularly vivid expression of Judith’s demanding hysteria, which makes sense in a battle of wills that she wins at a huge price. As for the ending, the nice-guy Bluebeard theory is manifested in a tenderness that makes the vision of Judith stumbling under the weight of her huge crown all the more chilling.

You know that old saying… “A vacationer’s St. Thomas timeshare is his castle.” So true when the vacationer is you and the timeshare is a Bluebeard’s Castle timeshare resale! With the discounted prices found only on the resale market, you can afford to buy a timeshare ‘castle’ all your own. 

Located in the easy-for-vacationing U.S. Virgin Islands, Bluebeard’s Castle is one resort with five timeshare complexes situated together, all overlooking the harbor in spectacular Charlotte Amalie on the island of St. Thomas. These buildings are all included in the Bluebeard's Castle resort complex and include:

A secluded Caribbean island, St. Thomas is only 32 square miles in size, with much of that being tropical forestland or stunning, white sand beaches. Nevertheless, St. Thomas also offers great places to shop, dine, and golf, along with historic sites to explore by day and clubs and entertainment to enjoy at night.

Was Bluebeard such a bad guy? Maybe not, supposes conductor Iván Fischer in his booklet-notes for Bartok’s Duke Bluebeard’s Castle . Perhaps all the blood in his castle is just in the mind of Bluebeard’s last bride, Judith. And what about his other imprisoned wives? Well, they live in Bluebeard’s heart. What a nice consolation that is for their zombified existence!

Thank goodness this isn’t a DVD because this highly suspect view of the libretto doesn’t translate into musical perversity in this authoritative 2002 recording, made when Fischer was a Philips artist. Now licensed by Channel Classics, the SACD recording sits nicely alongside Fischer’s technologically up-to-date work for that label, though were he re‑recording the opera today, some different vocal casting would be in order.

Besides using a corrected version of Bartók’s score, Fischer employs a more authentic xylophone in the torture-chamber scene that’s more muted and less lurid than the instrument usually heard – appropriate to a recording that’s both sonically rich but lacking ostentation. What might normally be an impressive orchestral flourish becomes a particularly vivid expression of Judith’s demanding hysteria, which makes sense in a battle of wills that she wins at a huge price. As for the ending, the nice-guy Bluebeard theory is manifested in a tenderness that makes the vision of Judith stumbling under the weight of her huge crown all the more chilling.

Bluebeard's Castle (Hungarian: A kékszakállú herceg vára; literally: The Blue-Bearded Duke's Castle ) is a one-act opera by Hungarian composer Béla Bartók.

The Official Web Site of Bluebeard's Castle in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. Search Bluebeards Castle to find more information about our luxurious villas.

Bluebeard's Castle Resort is a historic property nestled on a secluded hilltop overlooking the beautiful Charlotte Amalie harbor. These ultra-spacious accommodations ...

At first thought, the heroines of Tchaikovsky's Iolanta and Bartok's Bluebeard's Castle wouldn't seem to have a lot in common. But as the Metropolitan Opera's snow-delayed opening of those two seemingly disparate one-acts showed, both are simply looking for love in a couple of very unlikely places, especially in the Bartok.

With Anna Netrebko singing the title role in Iolanta , and Nadja Michael as Judith in Bluebeard's Castle , this unlikely double-bill turns into a captivating study of obsession that is as thrilling and chilling as any fairy tale or horror story, one ending happily and the other not so much.

The Met will make this bold pairing of romance and dark passion available for audiences around the world when it simulcasts the Feb. 14 matinee performance as a sort of Valentine's Day special to more than 2,000 theaters in 69 countries.

The staging of both operas together is the brainchild of Mariusz Trelinski, the artistic director of the Polish National Opera, in his directorial debut with the Met. Iolanta , Tchaikovsky's last opera, also is a Metropolitan premiere, though its original opening night was canceled because of a snowstorm.

You know that old saying… “A vacationer’s St. Thomas timeshare is his castle.” So true when the vacationer is you and the timeshare is a Bluebeard’s Castle timeshare resale! With the discounted prices found only on the resale market, you can afford to buy a timeshare ‘castle’ all your own. 

Located in the easy-for-vacationing U.S. Virgin Islands, Bluebeard’s Castle is one resort with five timeshare complexes situated together, all overlooking the harbor in spectacular Charlotte Amalie on the island of St. Thomas. These buildings are all included in the Bluebeard's Castle resort complex and include:

A secluded Caribbean island, St. Thomas is only 32 square miles in size, with much of that being tropical forestland or stunning, white sand beaches. Nevertheless, St. Thomas also offers great places to shop, dine, and golf, along with historic sites to explore by day and clubs and entertainment to enjoy at night.

Was Bluebeard such a bad guy? Maybe not, supposes conductor Iván Fischer in his booklet-notes for Bartok’s Duke Bluebeard’s Castle . Perhaps all the blood in his castle is just in the mind of Bluebeard’s last bride, Judith. And what about his other imprisoned wives? Well, they live in Bluebeard’s heart. What a nice consolation that is for their zombified existence!

Thank goodness this isn’t a DVD because this highly suspect view of the libretto doesn’t translate into musical perversity in this authoritative 2002 recording, made when Fischer was a Philips artist. Now licensed by Channel Classics, the SACD recording sits nicely alongside Fischer’s technologically up-to-date work for that label, though were he re‑recording the opera today, some different vocal casting would be in order.

Besides using a corrected version of Bartók’s score, Fischer employs a more authentic xylophone in the torture-chamber scene that’s more muted and less lurid than the instrument usually heard – appropriate to a recording that’s both sonically rich but lacking ostentation. What might normally be an impressive orchestral flourish becomes a particularly vivid expression of Judith’s demanding hysteria, which makes sense in a battle of wills that she wins at a huge price. As for the ending, the nice-guy Bluebeard theory is manifested in a tenderness that makes the vision of Judith stumbling under the weight of her huge crown all the more chilling.

Bluebeard's Castle (Hungarian: A kékszakállú herceg vára; literally: The Blue-Bearded Duke's Castle ) is a one-act opera by Hungarian composer Béla Bartók.

The Official Web Site of Bluebeard's Castle in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. Search Bluebeards Castle to find more information about our luxurious villas.

Bluebeard's Castle Resort is a historic property nestled on a secluded hilltop overlooking the beautiful Charlotte Amalie harbor. These ultra-spacious accommodations ...

You know that old saying… “A vacationer’s St. Thomas timeshare is his castle.” So true when the vacationer is you and the timeshare is a Bluebeard’s Castle timeshare resale! With the discounted prices found only on the resale market, you can afford to buy a timeshare ‘castle’ all your own. 

Located in the easy-for-vacationing U.S. Virgin Islands, Bluebeard’s Castle is one resort with five timeshare complexes situated together, all overlooking the harbor in spectacular Charlotte Amalie on the island of St. Thomas. These buildings are all included in the Bluebeard's Castle resort complex and include:

A secluded Caribbean island, St. Thomas is only 32 square miles in size, with much of that being tropical forestland or stunning, white sand beaches. Nevertheless, St. Thomas also offers great places to shop, dine, and golf, along with historic sites to explore by day and clubs and entertainment to enjoy at night.


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