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A juicy day of English-language opera today :)


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« on: May 06, 2013, 06:53:39 pm »

For those who missed the last wodge of English-language opera on Swiss Internet Radio, or who caught and enjoyed it, there is another juicy selection coming up tomorrow (Tuesday 7th May):

00:37 Hans Pfitzner - Palestrina (1988) Berlin Classics (D)
 04:00 Richard Strauss - Die Ägyptische Helena (2001) Dynamic (D) - 1st recording
 06:03 Richard Strauss - Die Liebe der Danae (2000) Telarc (D)
 08:40 Ralph Vaughan Williams - Riders to the Sea (1995) Chandos (E)
 09:22 Douglas Moore - Carry Nation (1968) Bay Cities (E) - 1st recording
 11:26 Marc Blitzstein - Regina (1991) London Records (E)
 13:58 Benjamin Britten - Owen Wingrave (1970) London Records (E)
 15:44 William Walton - Troilus and Cressida (1995) Chandos (E)
 17:57 Michael Tippett - The Ice Break (1990) EMI (E)
 19:11 Aaron Copland - The Tender Land (1990) Virgin Classics Digital (E)
 20:57 Gerhard Rosenfeld - Kniefall in Warschau (1998) Thorofon (D)
 22:43 Witold Rudzinski - Odprawa poslów greckich (1966) Polskie Nagrania (PL)
 23:30 Robert Ward - The Crucible (1989) Albany Records (E)

Wednesday/Mittwoch
 01:20 Carlisle Floyd - Susannah (1993) Virgin Classics (E)

A Marc Blitzstein work that ISN'T "And the cradle will rock"!!  Tippett's astonishing THE ICE BREAK. And Robert Ward's THE CRUCIBLE - a work I rate very highly indeed! Smiley)  And Carlisle Floyd's super SUSANNAH for the night owls Smiley)

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