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'RUSALKA'

Synopsis

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A lyrical fairy tale in three acts by Jaroslav Kvapil
English translation by Christopher Hassall
Music by Dvorak and Chorus of water nymphs courtiers and wedding guests
Sadler's Wells Chorus
(Chorus-Master. David Tod Boyd )
Sadler's Wells Orchestra
(Leader, John Ludlow )
CONDUCTED BY VILEM TAUSKY
Producer, Wendy Toye
From Sadler 's Wells Theatre.
London
(by arrangement with Sadler's Wells Opera Company)
ACT 1
A glade by lake in the forest; before dawn

Contributors

Unknown: Jaroslav Kvapil
Translation By: Christopher Hassall
Chorus-Master: David Tod Boyd
Leader: John Ludlow
Conducted By: Vilem Tausky
Producer: Wendy Toye
Unknown: From Sadler
Rusalka, a water nymph: Joan Hammond
The Spirit of the Lake. Rusalka'sfather: Howell Glynne
Three wood nymphs.: Ava June
Three wood nymphs.: Joan Clarkson
Three wood nymphs.: Diiys Davies
Jezibaba, the witch: Patricia Kern
Voice of a huntsman: Alberto Remedios
The Prince: Charles Craig
The Foreign Princess: Joan Stuart
The forester: Joseph Ward
The kitchen boy: Anna Pollak






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