A Time for Singing

Schrijvers: Gerald Freedman, John Morris
Componist: John Morris

A lost treasure from the 1960s, A TIME FOR SINGING is based on How Green Was My Valley, Richard Llewellyn’s classic novel of a Welsh mining village. Librettist Gerald Freedman and Oscar-nominated composer John Morris weave a spirited and sentimental tale of the Morgan family and their struggles of love and labor at the turn of a century. Excellent for a large ensemble cast, A TIME FOR SINGING asks, “Do we ever know what we have, till we no longer have it?”

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Instrumentatie: full package (A Time for Singing)

30 Libretto-Vocal
1 Piano-Conductor
1 Woodwind 1
1 Woodwind 2
1 Woodwind 3
1 Horn
1 Trumpet
1 Trombone
1 Percussion
1 Keyboard 1
1 Keyboard 2
1 Violin 1
1 Violin 2
1 Viola
1 Cello
1 Bass
1 Digital Logo

Instrumentatie: piano only (A Time for Singing)

30 Libretto-Vocal
1 Piano-Conductor
1 Digital Logo

2 Women
2 Men

1 Women
8 Men
1 Boy

Large Singing and Dancing Ensemble with many small roles

Old Huw Morgan ? the narrator
Gwillym Morgan (Dada) ? a miner, head of the Morgan Family
Beth Morgan ? his wife
Ivor Morgan ? their oldest son
Bronwen Jenkins ? a young lady who works for the Morgan family
Mr. David Griffith ? a minister
Dai Bando ? a miner
Cyfartha Lewis ? a miner
Paymaster ? works at the mine
The other Morgan Brothers, miners:
Davey Morgan
Owen Morgan
Ianto Morgan
Evan Morgan
Huw Morgan
Angharad Morgan ? their sister, 17 years old
Tom Dylan ? a miner
Mr. Christmas Evans ? owner of the mine
Iestyn Evans ? his son, about 24
John Williams ? a miner
Mrs. Tom Dylan ? a miner?s wife
Villagers, Miners and Children of the Valley