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` ` (1946)

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(1913–1976)

` ` (1946) op. 39


- Albert Herring.

3- . : Eric Crozier (1914-1994), `Le Rosier de Madame Husson` (1850-1893)
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- Albert Herring.

3- . : Eric Crozier (1914-1994), `Le Rosier de Madame Husson` (1850-1893)
: 20 1947, Glyndebourne, Sussex (. Benjamin Britten. Joan Cross - Lady Billows, Peter Pears - Albert Herring, EOG Orchestra)
: 137.00 .
Dedication: `Dedicated to E.M. Forster, in admiration`( /Edward Morgan Forster, 1879 1970/ , )
:
I
- 1 (The breakfast room in Lady Billows` house, Loxford.)
- Interlude
- 2 (Mrs Herring`s greengrocery shop.)
II
- 1 (The scene is inside a marquee set up in the Vicarage garden.)
- 2 (Inside the shop, later that evening.)
III
- [] (Mrs Herring`s greengrocery shop. The afternoon of May the second.)
- Threnody


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Albert Herring - Peter Pears, Lady Billows - Sylvia Fisher, Florence Pike - Johanna Peters, Mr. Gedge - John Noble, Mr. Budd - Owen Brannigan, Mr. Upfold - Edgar Evans, Miss Wordsworth - April Cantelo, Mrs. Herring - Sheila Rex, Sid - Joseph Ward, Nancy - Catherine Wilson, Emmie - Sheila Amit, Cis - Anne Pashley, Harry - Stephen Terry English Chamber Orchestra. Conducted by Benjamin Britten. Decca 1964
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