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Tate, P: The Lodger
Owen Brannigan (George Bunting), Johanna Peters (Emma, his wife), Marion Studholme (Daisy, their daughter), Joseph Ward (The Lodger), Alexander Young (Joe Chandler, a young detective), John Thornley (A paper-boy), Ranken Bushby (A policeman), Trevor Anthony (A cockney), Rachel Paine (A cockney Woman),...
Tate’s firmly-structured score employs a lyrical, natural arioso, intensifying into more formal arias, duets and ensembles at emotional touch-points. Her style is darkly tonal, in the manner... — More…
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Tate, P: The Lodger
- Anthony Jacobs (narrator), Owen Brannigan (bass), Johanna Peters (mezzo-soprano), Joseph Ward (baritone), Alexander Young (tenor), Marion Studholme (soprano)
- BBC Northern Orchestra, BBC Northern Singers
- Sir Charles Groves
- Recorded: 2 February 1964
The Lodger, Act I: No Fire Again Tonight, Emma?
The Lodger, Act I: Whoever Can That Be?
The Lodger, Act I: Now, George Bunting, I Haven't Got Time to Sit Here with You
The Lodger, Act I: There's Young Joe
The Lodger, Act I: It Is Evening, a Week Later
The Lodger, Act I: Daisy Bunting Arrives
The Lodger, Act I: Emma Fusses Half-heartedly With Cushions and Knick-knacks
The Lodger, Act I: Emma has Returned to Her Room
The Lodger, Act II: It Is Very Late the Next Night
The Lodger, Act II: Left Alone, Emma Rocks Herself in Her Chair
The Lodger, Act II: Suddenly Emma Hears Voices Approaching Outside
The Lodger, Act II: Late Afternoon of the Following Day
The Lodger, Act II: Mr. Bunting... It's Something I Ought to Tell You
The Lodger, Act II: Does Mum Know?
The Lodger, Act II: The Lodger Gropes His Way Out of the House
The Lodger, Act II: Epilogue. When Did You Know Who He Was?