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Miss Julie

Miss Julie.
1. Opera in 2 acts by Ned Rorem to lib. by Kenward Elmslie after the play by Strindberg (1889), comp. 1965, prod. NY 1965. Rev. to last act 1978, prod. NY 1979.

2. Ballet in 2 acts, based on Strindberg. Choreog. MacMillan, mus. by Panufnik. Prod. Stuttgart 1970.

3. Opera in 2 acts by W. Alwyn to his own lib. based on Strindberg. Comp. 1961–76. F.p. (broadcast) 1976.

4. Opera by Bibalo, to lib. based on Strindberg, comp. 1973, orch. rev. 1983–4.

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