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Weimar Season


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Johnny Strikes Up (Jonny spielt auf) Opera in two parts
Words and music by Ernst Krenek
Sung in the English version by JEREMY SAMS
The conflict between artistic tradition (represented by a soprano, a concert violinist and a composer) and modernity (a black jazz violinist) are at the heart of a work whose first six months saw 421 performances in the German-speaking world.
CHORUS OF OPERA NORTH chorus-master JOHN prycejones
ENGLISH NORTHERN PHILHARMONIA leader DAVID GREED conducted by DAVID LLOYD-JONES (Given in 1984 at Sadler's Wells
Theatre, London. by Opera North in association with the New Opera Company)
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Music By: Ernst Krenek
Unknown: Jeremy Sams
Leader: David Greed
Conducted By: David Lloyd-Jones

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