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Hamlet – 'Pâle et blonde'

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Act IV. After Hamlet's rejection, Ophélie (Lucie Chartin) has gone mad with grief. She cuts her wrist and, as she dies, she sings a mournful ballad about water sprites who lure their lovers to their deaths, dragging them underwater until they drown. Conducted by Hernán Schvartzman and directed by Serge van Veggel.

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