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Proms 87

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direct from the Royal Albert Hall , London
Glyndebourne Festival Opera La traviata
Opera in three acts
Libretto by FRANCESCA MARIA PIAVE Music by Verdi (sung in Italian) (sop)(mezzo-sop) (bass) (bar)(bass)(tenor)(tenor)(mezzo-sop) (tenor) (bar)(bass) GLYNDEBOURNE CHORUS chorusmaster IVOR BOLTON
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA led by DAVID NOLAN conducted by BERNARD HAITINK Staged for the Proms by CHRISTOPHER NEWELL
(The production of this opera at
Glyndebourne, directed by Sir Peter Hall, was made possible by support from BA T Industries) Act 1

Contributors

Unknown: Royal Albert Hall
Unknown: Francesca Maria Piave
Violetta: Ileana Cotrubas
Flora: Claire Powell
D'Obigny: Christopher Thornton-Holmes
Douphol: Gordon Sandison
Dr Grenvil: John Hall
Gaston: David Hillman
Alfredo: Walter MacNeil
Annina: Enid Hartle
Giuseppe: Martyn Harrison
Germont: Brent Ellis
Messenger: Charles Kerry
7 45* The Trouble: With Traviata
Julian Budden: Examines The
: Circumstances Surrounding
the opera's: Disastrous Premiere
and the: Remedial Measures
8 5*: Act 2
: 9 20*
Verdi and the: Opera Business
John Rosselli: Considers The
changing role of the: Composer In
relation to the other: Members Of
9 40*: Act 3
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