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CD6721 Hanson Merry Montain 1996 Seattle

CD6721 Hanson Merry Montain 1996 Seattle
Item# CD6721
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CD6721 Hanson Merry Montain 1996 Seattle

S E A T T L E S Y M P H 0 N Y Kreielsheimer Foundation sponsors Masterpiece IV Monday and Tuesday, October 28 and 29,1996. 7:30pm Seattle Center Opera House Gerard Schwarz, conductor Abraham Kaplan, associate conductor f�r choral activities Joseph Crnko, director of Northwest Boychoir Dr. Jerome Wright, director of Seattle Girls' Choir : HOW ARD HANS ON Merry Mount, Opera in 3 Acts and 6 Scenes, Op. 31 Libretto by Richard L. Stokes. Based on Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story, TheMaypoleofMerry Mount. . Vocal soloists Lauren Flanigan, soprano Lady Marigold Sandys Walter MacN eil, tenor Sir Gower Lackland Richard Zeller, baritone Wrestling Bradford Charles Austin, bass Praise-God Tewke Louise Marley, mezzo-soprano Plentiful Tewke Byron Ellis, bass-baritone Thomas Morton Paul Gudas, tenor Jack Prence Barry Johnson, baritone Myles Brodrib Christopher Bristol, tenor Peregrine Brodrib Diana Huber, soprano Love Brewster Rosy Freudenstein, alto Bridget Crackston Fred K. Dent, baritone First Puritan Daniel Jessup, bass Second Puritan Nan Beth Walton, alto Oesire Annable Peter Magnone, tenor Jonathan Banks Joachim Schneider, baritone Faint-Not Tinker Gene Buchholz, bass Jewel Scrooby SeattIe Symphony SeattIe Symphony Chorale Northwest Boychoir Seattle Girls' Choir

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