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Performance on 3


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Edinburgh International Festival 2005
Britten's church parable based on Japanese Noh theatre is performed in a new production by Olivier Py : recorded at the Royal Lyceum Theatre last month. Introduced by Donald Macleod.
Toby Spence (tenor), Neal Davies and William Dazeley (bass-baritones), Tim Mirfin (bass), Adam Walker (flute), Richard Watkins (horn), Thomas Trotter (organ), Adrian Spillett
(percussion), Catrin Finch (harp), Lawrence Power (viola), Duncan McTier (double bass), Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama
Chamber Choir Chorus, conductor Garry Walker Britten Curlew River


Production By: Olivier Py
Introduced By: Donald MacLeod.
Tenor: Toby Spence
Tenor: Neal Davies
Tenor: William Dazeley
Bass-Baritones: Tim Mirfin
Flute: Adam Walker
Flute: Richard Watkins
Horn: Thomas Trotter
Unknown: Adrian Spillett
Harp: Catrin Finch
Harp: Lawrence Power
Viola: Duncan McTier
Conductor: Garry Walker
Conductor: Britten Curlew

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