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CD5380 Delius Village Romeo and Juliette

CD5380 Delius Village Romeo and Juliette
Item# CD5380

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CD5380 Delius Village Romeo and Juliette

Frederick DELIUS (1862-1934) A Village Romeo and Juliet (1899-1901) Wendy Eathorne (sop) Vrenchen - girl Elizabeth Harwood (sop) Vrenchen Corin Manley (treble) Sali - boy Robert Tear (ten) Sali Benjamin Luxon (bar) Manz Noel Mangin (bass) Marti John Shirley-Quirk (bar) The Dark Fiddler First Peasant and Shooting Gallery Man: Stephen Varcoe (baritone) First Woman and The Slim Girl: Felicity Palmer (soprano) Second Peasant: Bryn Evans (baritone) Second Woman: Mavis Beattie (soprano) Gingerbread Woman: Doreen Price (soprano) Wheel of Fortune Woman: Elaine Barry (soprano) Cheap Jewellery Woman: Pauline Stevens (contralto) Showman: Martyn Hill (tenor) Merry-go-round Man: John Huw Davies (baritone) The Wild Girl: Sarah Walker (contralto) The Hunch-backed Bass Player: Franklyn Whiteley (bass) The Poor Horn Player: Paul Taylor (tenor) First Bargee: Robert Bateman (baritone) Second Bargee: John Noble (baritone) Third Bargee: Ian Partridge (tenor) John Alldis Choir Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Meredith Davies Recorded in the Kingsway Hall, London 18th -22nd October 1971 Originally issued on LP in 1973

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USA Telephone (404) 200-4776 We sell only opera recordings. The recordings are sent to you in paper sleeves with no tray card or inserts, just the raw discs with printed labels. These recordings are of nonprofessional quality that are in the public domain. The quality of these old opera recordings is not very good and they are meant for collectors and educational purposes only. Most of them are 30 or 40 years old, so they might be blurry, colors faded, and not sound very good, but they might not be available elsewhere. Please note that most of our recordings do not have tracks, they have 1 long track per disc.