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« Reply #15 on: August 29, 2012, 01:14:16 pm »

I've known the prologue for years,from an 'off air' cassette,and I like it. It's very well sung,anyway! As to the the practicality of an English composer setting an opera in German. Let's bear in mind this is a bloke who composes the largest symphony ever composed & then thinks 'Oh dear,I can't get it performed!!! Huh Grin
(Just in case I upset any Havergal Brian admirers,I do like his music & post regularly on the GMG's HB thread)
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