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Oliver Leith - Last Days
Last Days
Artist: Oliver Leith
Format: Vinyl


Rel. Date: 07/19/2024
UPC: 3760396022976

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1. "Prologue
2. Prologue, Scene 1: Blake in the Wilderness
3. Prologue, Scene 2: Home
4. Prologue, Scene 3: Wisdom of Birds
5. Act 1, Scene 1: Trip Calls
6. Act 1, Scene 2: A Package
7. Act 1, Scene 3: Blake Listens to Opera
8. Act 1, Scene 4: Confusion
9. Act 1, Scene 5: Friberg and Friberg
10. Act 1, Scene 6: He Said
11. Act 1, Scene 7: Chorus of Things
12. Act 1, Scene 8: The Magician Story
13. Act 2, Scene 1: Trip Calls Again
14. Act 2, Scene 2: His Understudy
15. Act 2, Scene 3: The Party
16. Act 2, Scene 4: The Super-Fan
17. Act 2, Scene 5: Blake Cleans the Stage
18. Act 3, Scene 1: Blake in the Wilderness
19. Act 3, Scene 2: Trip Calls Again Again
20. Act 3, Scene 3: P.I. in the Wilderness
21. Act 3, Scene 4: The Magic Trick
22. Act 3, Scene 5: Intervention
23. Act 3, Scene 6: Abandoning Blake
24. Act 3, Scene 7: Voyage
25. Act 3, Scene 8: Death Part I
26. Act 3, Scene 8B: Death Part Ii"

More Info:

"Oliver Leith's critically-acclaimed chamber opera Last Days premiered in a sold-out run of performances at London's Royal Opera House in October 2022. In this new studio recording, released on Platoon in June 2024, the stellar cast return to their original roles and the 12 Ensemble led by Jack Sheen anchor Leith's tightly wrought and deeply imaginative score. Based on the cult film Last Days written and directed by Gus Van Sant, this new opera from composer Oliver Leith and librettist Matt Copson plunges into the torment that created a modern myth, as we witness the undoing of Blake, whose self-destructive spiral lies at the heart of the 90 minute opera.