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The Beggar’s Opera
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As I say, Dorrell is young. Ignore it. Because this is actually a smart, resourceful and entertaining student production of what is by any standards a difficult piece to bring off. A director needs to recreate a world in which the adventures of Polly, Macheath, Lockit and the rest can plausibly occur, and then charge these characters with sufficient raw life to make us care — all this with very little sustained singing.
The Beggar's Opera
Music Melodies of traditional ballads and contemporary operatic arias, selected by John Gay born Barnstaple, September ; died London, 4 December And arranged by him with the assistance of John Christopher Pepusch born Berlin ; died London, 20 July First performance in Scotland: To be confirmed. It has been revived regularly ever since, normally with arrangers attempting to adapt it to current taste, with mixed results. Frederick Austin had an enormous success with his adaptation that opened in London at the Hammersmith Lyric in It had a long run, being revived almost annually through the twenties.
Follow us on. The music and stage drama comes to life as it never has since and the sheer dramatic force of Britten's superb concept surely remains the version to retain for posterity. There is a host of impressive soloist's in the lengthy cast to this work which epitomizes the best the BBC had to offer in the halcyon days of the 's. It is inexplicable that this splendid film has remained languishing in the vaults of the national broadcaster for almost fifty years. As explained in the lengthy booklet note, the work can clearly be considered to be part of Britten's operatic output as he introduced several new musical elements to the score as originally written by Gay and the dramatic content thus changes pretty radically also.