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Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra - Phyllis Tate: The Lodger album mp3
Opera
  • Performer:
    Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra
  • Title:
    Phyllis Tate: The Lodger
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Opera
  • Date of release:
    September 4, 2015
  • Recording date:
    February 2, 1964
  • Duration:
    01:58:28
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    1973 megabytes
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    1856 megabytes
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    1453 megabytes
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    4.6
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Album: Tate: The Lodger, Tate: The Lodger. Alexander Young, Beecham Choral Society, Elsie Morison, Michael Langdon, Sir Thomas Beecham, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Йозеф Гайдн - The Seasons, Summer: Chorus: Hark the tempset drawing night Sir Thomas Beecham: Haydn & Mozart, 2011 04:18. Artist: Alexander Young Owen Brannigan Phyllis Tate BBC Northern Singers BBC Northern Orchestra Johanna Peters.

Phyllis Tate, Owen Brannigan, Johanna Peters, Alexander Young, Sir Charles Groves, BBC Northern Orchestra.

The Lodger is an opera in two acts composed by Phyllis Tate. The libretto is by David Franklin, after the 1913 novel of the same name by Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes. The opera was commissioned by the Royal Academy of Music, and the premiere took place there on 16 July, 1960. The opera took three years to write, and the planning and libretto-writing took longer than the composing

The Lodger is an opera in two acts composed by Phyllis Tate. The opera was commissioned by the Royal Academy of Music, with a grant from the William Manson Fund, and the premiere took place there on 16 July 1960. The opera took three years to write, and the planning and libretto-writing took longer than the composing.

BBC Northern Orchestra, BBC Northern Singers. Anthony Jacobs (narrator), Owen Brannigan (bass), Johanna Peters (mezzo-soprano), Joseph Ward (baritone), Alexander Young (tenor), Marion Studholme (soprano). Recorded: 2 February 1964. The Lodger, Act I: No Fire Again Tonight, Emma? 10:33. The Lodger, Act I: Whoever Can That Be? 8:30. The Lodger, Act I: Now, George Bunting, I Haven't Got Time to Sit Here with You. 6:54. The Lodger forms part of a select group of British stage works with a horrific or supernatural theme.

Alexander Young, BBC Northern Orchestra, Johanna Peters, Joseph Ward, Owen Brannigan, Phyllis Tate - Act II, Scene II: Late afternoon of the following day. album: Tate: The Lodger. Dream's Voyage Prouctions - The Lodger: Chapter 20, Pt. 3. album: Marie Belloc Lowndes: The Lodger - Chapter 16 - 20. Go. album: Honeymoon Is Over. album: Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger. London Symphony Orchestra, Nitin Sawhney, Stephen Hussey - Girl's Dressing Room. Alexander Young, BBC Northern Orchestra, Johanna Peters, Joseph Ward, Owen Brannigan, Phyllis Tate - Act I, Scene I: There's young Joe. Dream's Voyage Prouctions - The Lodger: Chapter 17, Pt. 2. Dream's Voyage Prouctions - The Lodger: Chapter 6, Pt. 4.

Max Rostal, BBC Northern Orchestra & Sir Charles Groves 2019. Owen Brannigan, Johanna Peters, Joseph Ward, Anthony Jacobs, BBC Northern Orchestra & Charles Groves 2015. The Lodger, Act I: Whoever Can That Be? Owen Brannigan, Johanna Peters, Joseph Ward, BBC Northern Orchestra & Charles Groves 2015.

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Credits

BBC Northern Orchestra - Orchestra, Primary Artist
BBC Northern Singers - Choir/Chorus
Owen Brannigan - Bass (Vocal)
David Franklin - Librettist
Charles Groves - Conductor, Primary Artist
Anthony Jacobs - Narrator
Johanna Peters - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
Reginald Stead - Leader
Marion Studholme - Soprano (Vocal)
Phyllis Tate - Composer
Joseph Ward - Baritone (Vocal)
Stephen Wilkinson - Chorus Master
Alexander Young - Tenor (Vocal)

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Lodger
1 Act I, Scene I: She had some mending in her lap Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 10:33
2 Act I, Scene I: Why whoever can that be? Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 8:30
3 Act I, Scene I: Now George Bunting, I haven't got time to sit here with you Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 6:54
4 Act I, Scene I: There's young Joe. You don't want him to see you like this Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 4:47
5 Act I, Scene II: It is evening, a week later Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 7:01
6 Act I, Scene II: Daisy Bunting arrives, and puts down her luggage outside front door Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 9:49
7 Act I, Scene II: Emma fusses half-heartedly with cushions and knick-knacks, then sits and looks fixedly at nothing Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 6:56
8 Act I, Scene II: Emma has returned to her own room and sits looking blankly before her Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 9:23

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Lodger
1 Act II, Scene I: It is very late the next night - well after midnight Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 6:51
2 Act II, Scene I: Left alone, Emma rocks herself in her chair Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 5:55
3 Act II, Scene I: Suddenly Emma hears voices approaching outside Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 7:07
4 Act II, Scene II: Late afternoon of the following day Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 5:33
5 Act II, Scene II: Mr Bunting Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 4:05
6 Act II, Scene II: Does mum know? Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 9:00
7 Act II, Scene II: The Lodger gropes his way out of the house, as the cockneys return Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 5:34
8 Epilogue: When did you know who he was? Phyllis Tate Charles Groves / BBC Northern Orchestra 10:30