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Albert Herring / by Benjamin Britten ; text by Eric Crozier ; a BBC-TV production in association with Glyndebourne and the National Video Corporation ; directed for stage and television by Peter Hall ; produced for television by Robin Lough.

Format Video (DVD)
Publication InfoWest Long Branch, N.J. : Kultur, [2005], ©1985.
Description1 videodisc (150 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Other author/creatorCrozier, Eric, librettist.
Other author/creatorGunter, John, 1938-2016 designer.
Other author/creatorGraham-Hall, John, performer.
Other author/creatorJohnson, Patricia (Patricia Marion), performer.
Other author/creatorOpie, Alan, performer.
Other author/creatorPalmer, Felicity, performer.
Other author/creatorRigby, Jean performer.
Other author/creatorGale, Elizabeth, 1948- performer.
Other author/creatorHammond-Stroud, Derek, 1926-2012, performer.
Other author/creatorVan Allan, Richard, performer.
Other author/creatorKern, Patricia performer.
Other author/creatorOliver, Alexander (Tenor) performer.
Other author/creatorBovino, Maria, 1960- performer.
Other author/creatorLord, Bernadette, performer.
Other author/creatorPeachey, Richard, performer.
Other author/creatorHall, Peter, 1930-2017 director.
Other author/creatorLough, Robin, producer.
Other author/creatorHaitink, Bernard, 1929- conductor.
Other author/creatorMaupassant, Guy de, 1850-1893. Rosier de Madame Husson.
Included WorkBritten, Benjamin, 1913-1976. Albert Herring.
Other author/creatorKultur International Films.
Other author/creatorGlyndebourne Festival Chorus, performer.
Other author/creatorLondon Philharmonic Orchestra performer.
Other author/creatorBritish Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.
Other author/creatorNVC Arts (Firm)
Other author/creatorGlyndebourne Festival Opera performer.
Abstract Albert - 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.
General noteAdapted from Maupassant's Le Rosier de Madame Husson.
General noteEd. performed: Boosey & Hawkes.
CreditsDesigner, John Gunter.
Performer John Graham-Hall, Patricia Johnson, Alan Opie, Felicity Palmer, Jean Rigby, Elizabeth Gale, Derek Hammond-Stroud, Richard Van Allan, Patricia Kern, Alexander Oliver, Maria Bovino, Bernadette Lord, Richard Peachey, singers ; Glyndebourne Festival Opera ; Glyndebourne Chorus ; soloists of the London Philharmonic Orchestra ; Bernard Haitink, conductor.
Date/time/place of a event noteOriginally broadcast by the BBC in 1985.
Technical detailsDVD ; region 1; format: NTSC; picture: 4:3 full screen; sound: Dolby 2.0.
Terms of use"Licensed ... for private use only, and prohibits any ... performance in public, in whole or part"--Container.
LanguageSung in English ; subtitles in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese or Spanish.
Genre/formTelevised operas.
Genre/formFiction films.
UPC 032031142497
Publisher numberD1424 Kultur

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