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George Lloyd - Iernin | Albany TROY121-23

George Lloyd - Iernin

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Label: Albany

Cat No: TROY121-23

Barcode: 0034061012122

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 3

Genre: Opera

Contents

Artists

Geoffrey Pogson
Henry Herford
Malcolm Rivers
Jonathon Robarts
Jeremy White
Stephen Jackson
Marilyn Hill Smith
Claire Powell
Marion Fiddick
Kate Lock
Henley Goodall
BBC Singers
BBC Concert Orchestra

Conductor

George Lloyd

Works

Lloyd, George

Iernin

Artists

Geoffrey Pogson
Henry Herford
Malcolm Rivers
Jonathon Robarts
Jeremy White
Stephen Jackson
Marilyn Hill Smith
Claire Powell
Marion Fiddick
Kate Lock
Henley Goodall
BBC Singers
BBC Concert Orchestra

Conductor

George Lloyd

About

Iernin, one of three operas written by the British composer George Lloyd, was written between July 1933 and June 1934. It was first performed at the Pavilion, Penzance, during the week of 5-10 November 1934. Subsequently it ran for a short season at the Lyceum, London, during June 1935. This recording is taken from a BBC broadcast. Performers include Geoffrey Pogson, Henry Herford, Malcolm Rivers, Jonathon Robarts, Jeremy White, Stephen Jackson, Marilyn Hill Smith, Claire Powell, Marion Fiddick, Kate Lock and Hedley Goodall. The BBC Concert Orchestra and Singers were conducted by George Lloyd. The story takes place in West Penwith in Cornwall around 950 AD and is based on characters from the Celtic Faery World.

"The performances and recordings are first-rate... this is a production of which everyone involved can be proud." – Fanfare

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