Benjamin Britten / English Chamber Orchestra Conducted By Benjamin Britten - Albert Herring Opus 39 - A Comic Opera In Three Acts mp3 flac download
|Title:||Albert Herring Opus 39 - A Comic Opera In Three Acts|
|Date of release:||1972|
|MP3 album size:||1689 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1944 mb|
|Digital formats:||AU VQF DMF AAC MP4 TTA AIFF|
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Benjamin Britten, English Chamber Orchestra Conducted By Benjamin Britten - Albert Herring Opus 39 - A Comic Opera In Three Acts (Album).
Benjamin Britten's comic opera which is gently laced with moments of farce, is a jocular parody on life in East Suffolk at the turn of the 20th century.
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This list of compositions includes all the published works by English composer Benjamin Britten with opus number. Paul Bunyan Op. 17: Operetta in two acts, 114'. Libretto by W. H. Auden, after the American folktale. Premiered on 5 May 1941 at Brander Matthews Hall, New York. Published by Faber Music. Peter Grimes Op. 33: Opera in a prologue and three acts, 147'. Libretto by Montagu Slater, after the poem The Borough by George Crabbe. Premiered on 7 June 1945 at Sadler's Wells, London.
Albert Herring, Op. 39, is a chamber opera in three acts by Benjamin Britten. Composed in the winter of 1946 and the spring of 1947, this comic opera was a successor to his serious opera The Rape of Lucretia. The libretto, by Eric Crozier, was based on Guy de Maupassant's novella Le Rosier de Madame Husson, but it was transposed entirely to an English setting. Roles: Albert Herring.
Album · 2004 · 145 Songs. English Chamber Orchestra, John Noble, Benjamin Britten, Johanna Peters, Sylvia Fisher, April Cantelo, Edgar Evans & Owen Brannigan. 7. Albert Herring, Opera in 3 Acts Op. 39: "Is This All You Can Bring?" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten, Sylvia Fisher & Johanna Peters. 8. 39: "Beggin' Your Pardon".
Good Morning Britten. Benjamin Britten – a voyage of discovery in his centenary year. Britten and Pears therefore made a break to set up the English Opera Group independently, and Albert Herring was their first production. It also opened the first Aldeburgh Festival, the following year. Seymour talks of Albert Herring as ‘a comic companion piece to Lucretia, premiered by the same singers and instrumentalist’, but notes also that the ‘patronising tone of much of the tex. ontributed to the opera’s negative critical reception’. Ernest Newman wrote of the ‘danger of a first class opera talent going partly to waste because of a failure to find the right libretto’.
Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring composed in 1947, was the first work to be written for the newly established English Opera Group and is an intimate, Comic Opera in three acts. Perfect for a classroom cantata, it can be performed by a relatively small cast, supported by a small orchestra of 13 players, and is fairly short. The tale of moral repression and the youthful exuberance that overcomes it is told in colorful music of rich imagination and subtlety. This is the Hardback Study Score version. Hawkes Pocket Score 854. Composer/Artist : Benjamin Britten Instrumentation : Opera.
English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten - 1. Boisterous Bourrée 03:28. English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten - 4. Frolicsome Finale 03:06. The Ambrosian Singers, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten - Scotch Strathspey and Reel 07:56. John Shirley-Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten - Bold William Taylor 03:39. English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten - 3. Allegro 04:40. English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten - 2. Adagio 04:05. Andante 05:59.
English Chamber Orchestra Orchestra, Benjamin Britten Conductor. CDs: 3 Tracks: 14 Length: 2:13:25. CD 1 of 3. Benjamin Britten Composer.
|Albert Herring Opus 39 - A Comic Opera In Three Acts|
|A||Scene 1 (Part 1)|
|B1||Scene 1 (Conclusion)|
|B2||Scene 2 (Part 1)|
|C1||Scene 2 (Conclusion)|
|C2||Scene 1 (Part 1)|
|D1||Scene 1 (Conclusion)|
|D2||Scene 2 (Part 1)|
|E1||Scene 2 (Conclusion)|
- Recorded At – Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall
- Published By – B & H
- Licensed From – Decca
- Baritone Vocals [Mr. Gedge, Vicar] – John Noble
- Baritone Vocals [Sid, the Butcher's Boy] – Joseph Ward
- Bass – Adrian Beers
- Bass Vocals [Police Superintendent Budd] – Owen Brannigan
- Bassoon – Martin Gott
- Cello – Keith Harvey
- Clarinet – Thea King
- Composed By, Conductor – Benjamin Britten
- Contralto Vocals [Florence Pike] – Johanna Peters
- Engineer [Uncredited] – Kenneth Wilkinson
- Ensemble – English Chamber Orchestra
- Flute – Richard Adeney
- Harp – Osian Ellis
- Horn – Neil Sanders
- Leader [English Chamber Orchestra] – Emanuel Hurwitz
- Libretto By – Eric Crozier
- Liner Notes – Peggie Cochrane
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals [Mrs. Herring] – Sheila Rex
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals [Nancy, the Baker's Daughter] – Catherine Wilson
- Oboe – Peter Graeme
- Percussion – James Blades
- Producer [Uncredited] – John Mordler
- Producer, Liner Notes – John Culshaw
- Soprano Vocals [Cis] – Anne Pashley
- Soprano Vocals [Emmie] – Sheila Amit
- Soprano Vocals [Lady Billows] – Sylvia Fisher
- Soprano Vocals [Miss Wordsworth] – April Cantelo
- Tenor Vocals [Albert Herring] – Peter Pears
- Tenor Vocals [Mr. Upfold, Mayor Of Loxford] – Edgar Evans
- Treble Vocals [Harry] – Stephen Terry
- Viola – Cecil Aronowitz
- Violin – Ivor McMahon
NotesRecorded 1-6. April 1964 in Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh.
"A DECCA recording, released exclusively in Australia by World Record Club."
Australian WRC 2nd pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Box set includes 28-page booklet, with cast, synopsis and libretto (pp 2 and 28 blank) - unchanged from 1st pressing, with the same odd variation on the 1970 address combination, omitting the Flinders Lane address. The box has a white lining. "S-4701", "S-4702" and "S-4703" on labels, "S/4701-2-3" on box spine.
The 2nd pressing is identifiable by the blue 'herald' labels - catalogue number and headers in squat/square font, with italics used elsewhere - the late 1972 style.
Further reissues were advertised in December 1975 and December 1976 - look for different numbers on the labels (almost certainly R-00509, R-00510 and R-00511).
World Record Club:
365 Camberwell Road, Hartwell
177 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Newspaper House, 93 Queen Street, Brisbane
23 Leigh Street, Adelaide
143 Barrack Street, Perth
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 label): ZAL6357
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 label): ZAL6358
- Matrix / Runout (Side 3 label): ZAL6359
- Matrix / Runout (Side 4 label): ZAL6360
- Matrix / Runout (Side 5 label): ZAL6361
- Matrix / Runout (Side 6 label): ZAL6362
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout - stamped): 21 A SM ZAL-6357-1E
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout - stamped): 21 A SM ZAL-6358-1E
- Matrix / Runout (Side 3 runout - stamped): 21 A SM ZAL-6359-1E
- Matrix / Runout (Side 4 runout - stamped): 2 A SM ZAL-6360-1E
- Matrix / Runout (Side 5 runout - stamped): 5U 2D 2B SM C ZAL-6362-2E
- Matrix / Runout (Side 6 runout - stamped): 2B ZAL-6362-4G
|SET 274-6||Benjamin Britten / English Chamber Orchestra||Benjamin Britten / English Chamber Orchestra - Albert Herring (3xLP + Box)||Decca||SET 274-6||UK||1964|
|1534D||Britten*||Albert Herring (3xLP, Album, Club + Box)||World Record Club||1534D||New Zealand||1975|
|421 849-2||Benjamin Britten / English Chamber Orchestra||Benjamin Britten / English Chamber Orchestra - Albert Herring (2xCD, Album)||London Records||421 849-2||UK||1989|
|478 5265||Britten* / Pears* • Brannigan* • Noble* ,• Fisher* • Amit* • Pashley* • Rex* • Cantelo* • English Chamber Orchestra • Britten*||Britten* / Pears* • Brannigan* • Noble* ,• Fisher* • Amit* • Pashley* • Rex* • Cantelo* • English Chamber Orchestra • Britten* - Albert Herring (2xCD, Album, RE)||Decca||478 5265||Europe||2013|
|MET 274-6||Benjamin Britten / English Chamber Orchestra||Benjamin Britten / English Chamber Orchestra - Albert Herring (3xLP, Mono + Box)||Decca||MET 274-6||UK||1964|