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Edinburgh International Festival The Glyndebourne Opera production of ' THE RAKE'S PROGRESS'

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An opera in three acts and an epilogue
A fable by W. H. Auden and Chester Kallman
Music by Igor Stravinsky
Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
(Chorus-Master, Leo Quayle )
Roval Philharmonic Orchestra
(Leader. David McCallum )
CONDUCTER BY ALFRED WALLENSTEIN
Bryan Balkwill (harpsichord)
Produced by Carl Ebert
From the King's Theatre, Edinburgh
(Continued in next column)
The action takes place in eighteenth-century England
Act 1
Scene 1: The garden of Tru'ove's house in the country. Spring afternoon
Scene 2: Mother Goose 's brothd, London.
Summer
Scene 3: The garden of Trulove's house.
Autumn night
7.60 app. Interval
8.0 apn. Act 2
Scene 1: The morning-room of Rakewell's house in London. Autumn morning
Scene 2: The street before Rakewell's house. Autumn dusk
Scene 3: The morning-room of Rakewell's house. Winter morning
Scene 4: The same. Spring afternoon
9.10 app. Interval
9.20 app. Act 3
Scene I: A churchyard. The same night Scene 2: Bedlam
Epilogue

Contributors

Unknown: W. H. Auden
Unknown: Chester Kallman
Music By: Igor Stravinsky
Chorus-Master: Leo Quayle
Leader: David McCallum
Unknown: Alfred Wallenstein
Harpsichord: Bryan Balkwill
Produced By: Carl Ebert
Unknown: Mother Goose

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Edinburgh International Festival The Glyndebourne Opera production of ' THE RAKE'S PROGRESS'

Third Programme, 2 September 1953 19.00






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