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Benjamin Britten, London Symphony - A Midsummer Night's Dream mp3 track

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Performer: Benjamin Britten
Title: A Midsummer Night's Dream
Country: UK
Released: 1967
Style: Modern, Opera
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.8 ✦
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Tracklist

A Act. 1, Part 1. Over Hill, Over Dale
B Act. 1, Concl. Is All Our Company Here?
C Act. 2, Part 1. Are We All Met?
D Act. 2, Concl. Flower Of This Purple Die
E Act. 3, Part 1. My Gentle Robin
F Act. 2, Concl. If We Offend, It Is With Our Good Will

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Decca
  • Recorded At – Walthamstow Assembly Hall

Credits

  • Composed By, Libretto By, Conductor – Benjamin Britten
  • Conductor [Assistant] – Stuart Bedford*
  • Engineer [Uncredited] – Gordon Parry, James Brown , James Lock
  • Producer – John Culshaw
  • Vocals [Bottom] – Owen Brannigan
  • Vocals [Demetrius] – Thomas Hemsley
  • Vocals [Flute] – Kenneth MacDonald
  • Vocals [Helena] – Heather Harper
  • Vocals [Hermia] – Josephine Veasey
  • Vocals [Hippolyta] – Helen Watts
  • Vocals [Lysander] – Peter Pears
  • Vocals [Oberon] – Alfred Deller
  • Vocals [Puck] – Stephen Terry
  • Vocals [Quince] – Norman Lumsden
  • Vocals [Sarveling] – Keith Raggett
  • Vocals [Snout] – Robert Tear
  • Vocals [Snug] – David Kelly
  • Vocals [Theseus] – John Shirley-Quirk
  • Vocals [Tytania] – Elizabeth Harwood

Notes

Recorded in Walthamstow Assembly Hall.

28-page booklet.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SET 338-40 Britten* - Alfred Deller • Elizabeth Harwood • Peter Pears • Thomas Hemsley • Josephine Veasey • Heather Harper • Stephen Terry • John Shirley-Quirk • Helen Watts • Owen Brannigan • Norman Lumsden • Kenneth MacDonald • David Kelly • Robert Tear • Keith Raggett - Benjamin Britten, London Symphony* Britten* - Alfred Deller • Elizabeth Harwood • Peter Pears • Thomas Hemsley • Josephine Veasey • Heather Harper • Stephen Terry • John Shirley-Quirk • Helen Watts • Owen Brannigan • Norman Lumsden • Kenneth MacDonald • David Kelly • Robert Tear • Keith Raggett - Benjamin Britten, London Symphony* - A Midsummer Night's Dream ‎(3xLP + Box, Album) Decca SET 338-40 UK 1966
SET 338-40 Benjamin Britten, London Symphony* Benjamin Britten, London Symphony* - A Midsummer Night's Dream ‎(3xLP, RE + Box) Decca SET 338-40 UK Unknown
S-5100, S-5101, S-5102, S/5100-1-2 Benjamin Britten A Midsummer Night's Dream ‎(3xLP, Album, Club + Box) World Record Club, World Record Club, World Record Club, World Record Club S-5100, S-5101, S-5102, S/5100-1-2 Australia 1972
MET 338-40 Benjamin Britten, London Symphony* Benjamin Britten, London Symphony* - A Midsummer Night's Dream ‎(3xLP, Mono + Box) Decca MET 338-40 UK 1966
LOG 90148 Benjamin Britten, London Symphony* Benjamin Britten, London Symphony* - A Midsummer Night's Dream ‎(2xReel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album + Box) London Records LOG 90148 US 1967

Benjamin Britten, London Symphony ‎– A Midsummer Night's Dream. Selo: London Records ‎– 425-663-2. A Midsummer Night's Dream ‎(3xLP, Album, Club + Box). World Record Club, World Record Club, World Record Club, World Record Club. S-5100, S-5101, S-5102, S/5100-1-2.

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