Joan Sutherland was the most acclaimed Lucia and Norma of her era,
but she also spent a lot of time delving into oddball territory,
usually at the prompting of her husband and trusty career guide,
Richard Bonynge. IRA SIFF has a word with the celebrated duo in
Sutherland as Esclarmonde at the Met,
1976, with Giacomo Aragall (Roland)
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