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Bliss: The Olympians / Fairfax, Ambrosian Singers & Soloists, et al

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>Bliss, Sir Arthur : The Olympians, opera in 3 acts, F. 97
Performers Conductor Ensemble
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In the 1920s, Arthur Bliss was probably the most talked-about composer in England, and certainly the most widely performed abroad. He was knighted in 1950 one year after composing his first opera, 'The Olypians', heard here in a live performance from the Royal Festival Hall in London in 1972.

In the 1920s, Arthur Bliss was probably the most talked-about composer in England. He was knighted in 1950 one year after composing his first opera, The Olympians, heard here in a live performance from the Royal Festival Hall in London in 1972.



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>Bliss, Sir Arthur : The Olympians, opera in 3 acts, F. 97
  • Performers: Rae Woodland (Soprano); Edmund Bohan (Tenor); Anne Pashley (Soprano); Shirley Minty (Alto); William McAlpine (Tenor); Forbes Robinson (Bass); Bernard Dickerson (Tenor); Thomas Hemsley (Baritone); Raimund Herincx (Baritone)
  • Conductor: Bryan Fairfax
  • Running Time: 3 min. 39 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Opera/Operetta
  • Written: 1948-1949
  • Studio/Live: Live