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Thu Oct 16 17:58:14 2014 UTClccn-n841252720.06The mastersingers of Nuremberg /0.490.97Sankt Nikolaus : Kantate /39463875Eric_Croziern 841252721229463Crozier, E.Crozier, E. (Eric)Crozier, Eric Johnlccn-n79105791Britten, Benjamin1913-1976othauicndprfcmplccn-n79091231Forster, E. M.(Edward Morgan)1879-1970othlbtlccn-n82243275Pears, Peter1910-1986othsngprflccn-n50053594NicholasSaint, Bishop of Myranc-london symphony orchestraLondon Symphony Orchestraprfitrlccn-n84089993Langdon, Michaelsngprflccn-n81026469Shirley-Quirk, Johnsngprflccn-n85024332Glossop, Peter1928-2008sngprflccn-n97859849Boys, Henryarradpedtlccn-n81016978Ambrosian Opera ChorusprfCrozier, EricDramaMusicMusical settingsFilm adaptationsJuvenile worksCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryTelevision programsTelevision adaptationsFilm and video adaptationsOperasOperas--Vocal scores with pianoNicholas,--Saint, Bishop of MyraVariations (Orchestra)--ScoresMonologues with music (Orchestra)--ScoresOperas--LibrettosOperas--ScoresSongs (Medium voice) with pianoCantatas, Sacred--ScoresSongs (High voice) with pianoBlake, William,Donne, John,Seafaring lifeSailorsCantatas, Sacred--Vocal scores with pianoLive sound recordingsMusicOperas--Juvenile--Vocal scores with pianoShakespeare, William,NobilityKings and rulersGreat BritainMonarchyHenry--V,--King of England,Richard--II,--King of England,Richard--III,--King of England,Henry--VI,--King of England,Wars of the Roses (Great Britain : 1455-1485)Henry--IV,--King of England,Rape of Lucretia (Britten, Benjamin)Executions and executionersCantatas, SacredOvertures--ScoresCecilia,--SaintRuth--(Biblical figure)Meistersinger von Nürnberg (Wagner, Richard)Britten, Benjamin,Zauberflöte (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)Melville, Herman,OperaOperas--ExcerptsVariationsVariations (Orchestra)Operas--Excerpts, Arranged--ScoresOrchestral music, Arranged--ScoresCrozier, EricBilly Budd (Britten, Benjamin)Music--Instruction and studyOperas--Analysis, appreciationAuden, W. H.--(Wystan Hugh),1914199419351936193819391944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201411699324938782.1M1500.B827ocn000361405ocn000981887ocn021529894ocn000824787ocn022583037ocn001069580ocn039394269ocn012989358ocn047358436ocn044595284ocn000743744ocn010694097ocn842139593ocn080964235ocn842139582ocn459928375ocn844138175ocn317618613ocn724589530ocn725015946ocn723753435ocn725296564ocn725015881ocn865124558ocn725297592ocn725015969ocn725015851ocn725310288ocn844761180ocn659150753ocn079637623ocn081936711ocn081890969ocn082656279ocn082878794ocn083887747ocn078014759ocn082176018ocn078940710ocn417224905ocn691906298ocn073277769ocn658979713ocn659209548ocn871354112ocn733090818ocn742914045136963ocn022583037rcrd19580.59Britten, BenjaminAlbert HerringMusical settingsAlbert Herring: a comic opera in three acts, opus 39, English ChamberOrchestra Benjamin Britten, conductor Sylvia Fisher, soprano Johanna Peters, soprano John Noble, baritone John Brannigan, baritone Edgar Evans,bass April Cantelo Joseph Ward, tenor Catherin Wilson,soprano, Sheila Rex, mezzo-soprano Peter Pears, tenor Libretto included119741ocn000824787rcrd19520.37Britten, BenjaminBilly Budd, op. 50Musical settings"A moving performance ..."--Gramophone94339ocn047358436visu19880.50Britten, BenjaminBilly Budd an operaDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision programsThe story of the clash between the young, innocent sailor, Billy Budd, and his corrupt superior, Claggart91613ocn000426680score19470.50Britten, BenjaminThe young person's guide to the orchestra : variations and fugue on a theme of Purcell : op. 34Orchestral excerpts86629ocn000361405score19480.59Britten, BenjaminAlbert Herring : a comic opera in three acts, op. 3977768ocn001069580score19480.63Britten, BenjaminSaint Nicolas : a cantataMusical settingsMusic71538ocn000981887score19510.63Britten, BenjaminBilly Budd : an opera in 2 acts, op. 50Musical settings62060ocn000544028score19490.26Britten, BenjaminThe little sweep [op. 45] the opera from Let's make an opera, an entertainment for young peopleJuvenile works4303ocn021529894rcrd19690.33Britten, BenjaminThe holy sonnets of John Donne Songs and proverbs of William Blake ; Billy BuddMusical settings39519ocn061271320visu19850.59Britten, BenjaminAlbert HerringFilm adaptationsAlbert - a gullible, naïve greengrocer lad who, much to his embarrassment, is made Village May King when it is realized there are no longer any girls with the necessary virtuous qualifications+-+197927610632432315ocn004383244book19510.53Britten, BenjaminBilly Budd : opera in two actsMusical settingsStories, plots, etc\Libretto\2746ocn000743744book19480.66Britten, BenjaminThe rape of Lucretia : a symphosiumThe Ziegfeld Theatre, Marjorie and Sherman Ewing and Giovanni Cardelli present "The Rape of Lucretia," a music drama in two acts, book by Ronald Duncan, music by Benjamin Britten, with Kitty Carlisle (evenings) and Belva Kibler (matinees) as Lucretia, entire production staged by Agnes deMille, musical director and coductor Pual Breisach, assistant conductor Walter Taussig, lighting by Peggy Clark, vocal director John Daggett Howell, costume supervision by Frank Thompson2722ocn317618613visu20090.24An age of kings a cycle of the history plays of William ShakespeareHistoryDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptations"When An Age of Kings was first broadcast, it was the most conceptually ambitious Shakespeare project ever attempted for either film or television. Its fifteen parts encompassed Richard II, both parts of Henry IV, Henry V, all three parts of Henry VI and Richard III, effectively presenting a chronological history of British royalty from 1377 to 1485. An Age of Kings' adapter Eric Crozier cut the text into schedule-friendly 60 and 75 minute episodes. These mostly comprised half a complete play, though Henry VI Part I was reduced to a single hour-long episode."--British FiIm Institute+-+96542346961652ocn811240241file20050.77Berkeley, LennoxRuth op. 50Drama1657ocn000913276book19630.06Crozier, EricThe mastersingers of NurembergCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile works1552ocn023839134rcrd19890.56Britten, BenjaminSaint Nicolas : op. 42 ; Hymn to Saint Cecilia : op. 27Musical settingsMusicSaint Nicolas: Cantata for tenor, chorus, strings, piano duet, organ and percussion, op.42. Text: E.Crozier / Hymn to Saint Cecilia for five-part chorus, op.27. Text: W.H.Auden1405ocn001413495book19630.06Crozier, EricThe magic flute; Mozart's opera and how it was writtenCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksStories, plots, etcTells the story of how Mozart, poor and in bad health, came to write his opera The Magic Flute894ocn031265298book19490.07Crozier, EricLet's make an opera! An entertainment for young people in three acts, including The little sweep, a children's operaJuvenile worksDrama861ocn006512585score19780.53Smetana, BedřichThe bartered bride : a comic opera in three actsArchives865ocn000926148book19470.47Britten, BenjaminAlbert Herring, comic opera in 3 acts71ocn861760631rcrd20130.33Britten, BenjaminSaint Nicolas op. 42Musical settingsMusicDramaSaint Nicolas: Cantata for tenor, chorus, strings, piano duet, organ and percussion, op.42. Text: E.Crozier / Hymn to Saint Cecilia for five-part chorus, op.27. Text: W.H.Auden61ocn506020550rcrd20090.56Britten, BenjaminSaint Nicolas : op. 42 ; Hymn to Saint Cecilia : op. 27Musical settingsMusicSaint Nicolas: Cantata for tenor, chorus, strings, piano duet, organ and percussion, op.42. Text: E.Crozier / Hymn to Saint Cecilia for five-part chorus, op.27. Text: W.H.Auden41ocn057126587score20040.97Britten, BenjaminSankt Nikolaus : KantateMusical settingsMusic21ocn607187706rcrd20090.10Britten, BenjaminSaint Nicolas Hymn to Saint CeciliaMusical settingsMusic11ocn270956827book19950.10Mazzara, Christopher SDurham, N.C., 29 March 1995, to Joseph ChouinardReplying to Chouinard's letter regarding the whereabouts of Eric Crozier during the War, saying that William Ashbrook is not at Duke University but at Indiana State University and that Mazzara has forwarded Chouinard's letter to Ashbrook11ocn270905946book19950.10Ashbrook, WilliamTerre Haute, Ind., 2 May 1995, to Joseph ChouinardConcerning Benjamin Britten, Peter Pears, Eric Crozier, their time in the United States, and the discovery of [George] Crabbe's poem The Borough, the source for Peter Grimes+-+9654234696+-+9654234696Thu Oct 16 15:18:57 EDT 2014batch31720