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May 27, 2016



Surely it is was Scottish Opera which is due at least as much the credit for reviving interest in Pelleas in a production a few weeks in advance of that at Glyndebourne?


Well Scottish Opera should certainly get credit for much. The historic achievements of Alex Gibson and Peter Hemmings must be remembered. Actually the Pelléas was in June of 1962 (its inaugural season the other piece being Butterfly) just after Glyndebourne's premiere but that in no way diminishes it's importance. Thank you for pointing this out!

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