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Excursions of Mr Brouček, The

Excursions of Mr Brouček, The (Výlety páně Broučkovy). Opera in 2 parts by Janáček. Lib. of Part 1, Mr Brouček's Excursion to the Moon, adapted from satirical novel (1887) by S. Čech (1846–1908) by V. Dyk, K. Mašek, Z. Janke, F. Gellner, J. Mahen, and F. S. Procházka; Part 2, Mr Brouček's Excursion to the XVth Century, adapted from S. Čech's satirical novel (1888) by Procházka. Comp. 1908–17. Janáček himself wrote most of lib. of Part 1. F.p. Prague 1920; f. Brit. p. Mar. 1970 (BBC studio, cond. Mackerras), F. Brit. stage p. Edinburgh, Sept. 1970; London (ENO) 1978. F. Amer. p. S. Francisco (concert) 1981, Bloomington (stage) 1981.

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