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Fennimore and Gerda

Fennimore and Gerda. Opera by Delius (his 6th and last) to his own lib., being ‘2 episodes in the life of Niels Lyhne in 11 pictures after the novel by J. P. Jacobsen’. Comp. 1908–10. Prod. Frankfurt 1919; London 1968, St Louis 1981. Intermezzo often perf. as concert item is derived from material in last scene.

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