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(From Birmingham)
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
THE plot of the Opera is laid in seventeenth-century Venice.
This is sung by Bamaba, a spy of the Inquisition: He hails the Palace of the Doges as a ' mighty monument,' home of the great ones of the State; but more powerful than these is the spy, who now puts into the Lion's Mouth (the place of secret denunciations) a treacherous letter warning one of the heads of the Inquisition that his wife is about to elope with a Genoese noble.

Overture to ' Masaniello ' - Auber
PAUL EUGENE(Baritone) and Orchestra 0, mighty monument (from ' La Gioconda ') - Ponchielli
7.5 ORCHESTRA Selection from ' The Emerald Isle ' - Sullivan and German
Bourrée and Musette - Orlando Morgan
7.38 PAUL EUGENE and Orchestra Vulcan's Song from ' Philemon and Baucis' - Gounod
7.45 ORCHESTRA Suite of Ballet Music from ' The Sicilian Vespers' - Verdi


Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

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