Notes & Reviews:
The operas of Carlisle Floyd are some of the most performed of living American opera composers. This is the world premiere recording of Floyd's opera, Wuthering Heights, which was first performed in 1958 by the Santa Fe Opera, but has never been recorded until now. This recording was made by the Florentine Opera in January 2015, with the composer acting as artistic advisor. Carlisle Floyd, who will turn 90 in June 2016, is still composing new operas, his newest presented by Houston Grand Opera in March 2016.
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