Albert Herring. Comic chamber opera in 3 acts, Op.39, by Britten to lib. by Eric Crozier freely adapted from short story by Maupassant. Prod. Glyndebourne 1947, Tanglewood, Mass., 1949, London (CG, by Glyndebourne co.) 1989.
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