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Phyllis Tate - The Lodger, Opera in Two Acts

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LE 2119
 
Phyllis Tate - The Lodger, Opera in Two Acts
Label Catalogue Number:
REAM2119
Running Time: 118:37
UPC Code: 5020926211927

Release Date: October 2015
Originally recorded in 1964
Composer
Phyllis Tate
Solo Owen Brannigan (Bass)
George Bunting
Solo Emma, his wife (mezzo-soprano)
Johanna Peters
Solo Daisy, their daughter (soprano)
Marion Studholme
Solo The Lodger (high baritone)
Joseph Ward
Solo Joe Chandler, a young detective (tenor)
Alexander Young
Solo Narrator
Anthony Jacobs
Choral
BBC Northern Singers
Orchestra
BBC Northern Orchestra
Conductor
Charles Groves
Genre:
Opera

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PHYLLIS TATE

The Lodger - Opera in Two Acts

Libretto by David Franklin adapted the novel by Mrs. Belloc-Lowndes
ACT ONE
Scene I
1.
Prelude. No fire again tonight, Emma?
10:34
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Whoever can than be?
8:31
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Now George Bunting. I haven't got time to sit here with you
6:55
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There's young Joe.
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Scene II
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It is evening, a week later
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Daisy Bunting arrives
9:50
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Emma fusses half-heartedly with cushions and knick-knacks
6:56
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Emma has returned to her own room
9:23
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ACT TWO
Scene I
9.
Prelude. It is very late the next night
6:52
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10.
Left alone, Emma rocks herself in her chair
5:56
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11.
Suddenly Emma hears voices approaching outside
7:07
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Scene II
12.
Late afternoon of the following day
5:33
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13.
Mr Bunting... it's something I ought to tell you
4:06
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14.
Does Mum know?
9:01
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15.
The Lodger gropes his way out of the house
5:34
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16.
Epilogue. When did you know who he was?
10:30
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Total time: 118:37
Solo: George Bunting Owen Brannigan (Bass)
Solo: Johanna Peters Emma, his wife (mezzo-soprano)
Solo: Marion Studholme Daisy, their daughter (soprano)
Solo: Joseph Ward The Lodger (high baritone)
Solo: Alexander Young Joe Chandler, a young detective (tenor)
Solo: Anthony Jacobs Narrator
Choral: BBC Northern Singers
Chorus-Master, Stephen Wilkinson
Orchestra: BBC Northern Orchestra
Conductor: Charles Groves
Broadcast by the BBC on 2nd February 1964

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PHYLLIS TATE

The Lodger - Opera in Two Acts

Libretto by David Franklin adapted the novel by Mrs. Belloc-Lowndes
ACT ONE
Scene I
1.
Prelude. No fire again tonight, Emma?
10:34
2.
Whoever can than be?
8:31
3.
Now George Bunting. I haven't got time to sit here with you
6:55
4.
There's young Joe.
4:47
Scene II
5.
It is evening, a week later
7:02
6.
Daisy Bunting arrives
9:50
7.
Emma fusses half-heartedly with cushions and knick-knacks
6:56
8.
Emma has returned to her own room
9:23
ACT TWO
Scene I
9.
Prelude. It is very late the next night
6:52
10.
Left alone, Emma rocks herself in her chair
5:56
11.
Suddenly Emma hears voices approaching outside
7:07
Scene II
12.
Late afternoon of the following day
5:33
13.
Mr Bunting... it's something I ought to tell you
4:06
14.
Does Mum know?
9:01
15.
The Lodger gropes his way out of the house
5:34
16.
Epilogue. When did you know who he was?
10:30
Total time: 118:37
Solo: George Bunting Owen Brannigan (Bass)
Solo: Johanna Peters Emma, his wife (mezzo-soprano)
Solo: Marion Studholme Daisy, their daughter (soprano)
Solo: Joseph Ward The Lodger (high baritone)
Solo: Alexander Young Joe Chandler, a young detective (tenor)
Solo: Anthony Jacobs Narrator
Choral: BBC Northern Singers
Chorus-Master, Stephen Wilkinson
Orchestra: BBC Northern Orchestra
Conductor: Charles Groves
Broadcast by the BBC on 2nd February 1964




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