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Havergal Brian: Faust Opera Dutton release


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« on: December 05, 2021, 11:47:20 pm »

I used to listen to my off-air cassette copy of the Prelude allot! A member of the HBS posted it to me! I did enjoy listening to it,at the time! That said,it's a little different to sitting through an entire opera. Is it possible it might grown on you,eventually? I love his opera,The Tigers. A much earlier work,of course. I,originally,had it on cassette. Posted in the same way,by a fellow enthusiast. The Tigers has one of the most eccentric librettos of any opera ever. I love it though;and,somehow,it all seems to work! For me,anyway! Librettos like that would ruin the career of most opera composers,however! ::) ;D
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