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Opera in One Act. Composed by Robert Ward. Libretto. Published by E.C. Schirmer Publishing (EC.VP0014).
Item Number: EC.VP0014
Piano/Vocal Score, VP0008Libretto, VP0014Full Score, VP0008FSDVD Video Recording, DVD701Full score and parts available for rental from the publisher.
Written by Roger Brunyate based on the story by Edith Wharton
Audiences gave standing ovations and critics acclaimed the premiere performance of Roman Fever, a new one-act opera based on Edith Wharton's story.The story is set in 1927 in a terrace restaurant overlooking the Roman Forum where two widows and their daughters have met by chance. In the course of the opera, the full story of their meeting in the same place twenty years earlier is revealed.During the creation of the opera, the librettist and composer were particularly mindful of the repertory needs of conservatory and university opera groups. Duration: ~ 1 Hour
ALIDEA SLADE - Soprano
JENNY SLADE, her daughter - Lyric Soprano
GRACE ANSLEY - Mezzo-Soprano
BARBARA ANSLEY, her daughter - Mezzo-Soprano
WAITER - Baritone
June 1993, Triangle Opera Theater, Duke University
University of Michigan
Manhattan School of Music
Oberlin Conservatory of Music
Eastman School of Music
CD Recording available from Albany Records, Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater, David Gilbert, conductor, Cat. No. TROY505.