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Letter: Opinion preferred.

Byline: Ted Huws

I WAS rather surprised at Ivor Wynne Jones' review of Il Trovatore.

It is,of course, a matter of opinion whether it was `probably the best performance' of the opera at Llandudno.

It was interesting enough to read of early productions. I remember being with a school party seeing the 1951 production at the old Astra cinema.

But the present production was drab and lacklustre. What did the reviewer think of the chorus, conductor,orchestra,baritone and tenor?

A review of the performance should have occupied most of the two half columns allocated. The history should be secondary.

Ted Huws Cemaes,Anglesey
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 4, 2003
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