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Elizabeth Harwood Papers
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Scenes from Goethe's 'Faust', Schumann

The original production was recorded in 1973. Elizabeth played the role of Gretchen. The English Chamber Orchestra was conducted by Benjamin Britten. Also performing were the Wandsworth School Choir and Aldeburgh Festival Singers. There are tw...

Cosi Fan Tutte (sung in English), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Scottish National Opera production, conducted by Alexander Gibson and performed at the King's Theatre, Glasgow in May 1969. Elizabeth sang the role of Fiordiligi and Dame Janet Baker sang the role of Dorabella. Other performers were as foll...

Photographs

Includes portraits and publicity stills, informal shots, and performance shots. With some negatives. Many prints are captioned.

Photographs of Elizabeth taken whilst she was on stage

These photographs were originally arranged over four albums. Most of the photographs have been captioned: information given comprises date, venue, performance, role played, and sometimes the names of her fellow performers are given (with details ...

Elizabeth on stage, vol 1

The album begins with the caption 'Elizabeth Harwood on stage... Volume One'. Performances are as follows: - Magic Flute at Glyndebourne, 1960 - As the Countess in Rossini's 'Comte Ory', Sadlers Wells 23 Nov 1963 - As Ze...

Elizabeth on stage, vol 2

The performances are as follows: - As Fiordiligi (with Josephine Vessy as Dorabella and Mariella Adami as Despina) in Mozart's 'Cosi fan Tutte' at the Aix Festival in Jul 1967 - As Donna Elvira (with Teresa Stich-Randall as Donna ...

Elizabeth on stage, vol 3

Performances are as follows: - As Musetta in a Herbert von Karajan recording of Puccini's 'La Boheme' in Berlin, Oct 1972 - As the title role in Massenet's 'Manon' (with Alberto Remedious as Chevalier Des Grieux'...

Elizabeth on stage, vol 4

This album is a more informal one than EH/7/1/1, EH/7/1/2 and EH/7/1/3. Many of the photographs were taken backstage or at parties, or during journeys. There are also more photographs of recitals and concerts than opera productions here. The ph...

Portraits of Elizabeth

Many of these photographs are either duplicates or very similar shots; all, however, have been retained. EH/7/2/1 was originally an album while the photographs in EH/7/2/2 were found loose.

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