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Trythall: Penelope's Monologue for Soprano and Orchestra

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Published on Aug 27, 2015

This is a recording of the premiere of "Penelope's Monologue" for Soprano and Orchestra by Richard Trythall as performed by the Rome Radio Orchestra conducted by Maestro Ferruccio Scaglia on July 2, 1966. Margherita Kalmus, is the soprano soloist. The text for "Penelope's Monologue" is taken from the final 46 lines of James Joyce's "Ulysses". In this section, the conclusion of a lengthy "interior monologue", Molly Bloom recalls the day that Leopold, her husband (the metaphorical Ulysses of Joyce's revolutionary novel), proposed marriage to her.
More detailed program notes are available here: http://www.richardtrythall.com/40.html

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