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Ausrine Stundyte as Cio-Cio-San, Elizabeth Janes as Butterfly’s child and Sarah Larsen as Suzuki in Seattle Opera's production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
North American Works Directory Listing
The Death of Webern
Michael Dellaira
J.D. McClatchy
Thomas Desi (director)
Carmen-Helena Tellez (conductor)
Brant Murray (lighting and projections designer)
Kate Freer (animator)
Kathleen Doyle (costume and prop designer)
Nick Nelson (sound designer)

James Bobick, Tony Boutté, Tammy Coil, Linda Larson, Christina Ascher, Craig Phillips, Sharon Harms

http://www.pocketoperaplayers.org
October 10, 2013
The Pocket Opera Players
On September 15, 1945, a mere five months after the fall of Berlin, the composer Anton Webern was shot and killed by an American G.I. in the town of Mittersill, Austria. Why? Musicologist Hans Moldenhauer is determined to find out, and after years of persistence and patience, he manages to get as close to the truth of what happened as anyone ever will. Based on Webern's private lectures and Moldenhauer's research, the opera The Death of Webern celebrates the work of two dedicated men for whom musical ideas and the pursuit of truth-- not celebrity-- were ends in themselves and sometimes not just the best but the only reward.
Hans Moldenhauer (bar)
Anton Webern (ten)
Amalie Waller (sop)
Helen Bell (mezzo-sop)
Archivist I (sop)
State Dept. Clerk (mezzo-sop)
Legionnaire (bar)
Murray (bar)
Archivist 2
Jenkins
00:54
1
None
fl, cl, perc, vn, vc, pf
None
Lyric and dramatic
American Composers Alliance / Gina Genova
802 W. 190 St., Suite 1B
New York, NY 10040
212-925-0458
http://www.michaeldellaira.com
http://http://english.yale.edu/faculty-staff/j-d-mcclatchy
http://www.composers.com

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