Benjamin Britten’s Billy Budd: Libretto (An Opera in Two Acts) [Benjamin Britten, E.M. Forster, Eric Crozier, Herman Melville] on *FREE* shipping. Sheet Music – £ – Libretto to Billy Budd, an opera in two acts, for soli, choir, and orchestra. Libretto by E. M. Forster and Eric Crozier, adapted from the story. BENJAMIN BRITTEN’S sixth opera, ‘Billy Budd’, with libretto by. E. M. Forster and Eric Crozier, was presented for the first time at the Royal Opera House, Covent.
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Billy Budd Libretto
The Novice is slowly helped away by his companions. Billy Budd they loved him. Have I never studied men and man’s weaknesses?
The Indomitable attacks, but loses the enemy in the mist. Benjamin Britten, Billy Budd.
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Who was blessed me? Call for boarding volunteers! The crew of the Indomitable works on deck.
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Here’s to our Navy! Whistles shrill nearer and the deck begins to fill with men.
OPERA-GUIDE: Billy Budd
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Opera Profile: Britten’s “Billy Budd”
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