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Wagnerian opera set amongst myths and legends. The tale of Parsifal is one of a young and pure man chosen to save the injured King and Kingdom of the Grail. On his path however, Parsifal must overcome the revengeful knight, Klingsor. Sung in German with English surtitles. Running time 5 hours. New Production. Supported (2001) by The Dalriada Trust.Performers Stig Andersen (Parsifal), Violeta Urmana (Kundry), John Tomlinson (Gurnemanz), Willard W White (Klingsor), Thomas Hampson (Amfortas), Alfred Reiter (Titurel), Susan Gritton (Flower Maiden), Geraldine McGreevy (Flower Maiden), Rachel Nicholls (Flower Maiden), Sally Matthew (Flower Maiden), Gail Pearson (Flower Maiden), Leah-Marian Jones (Flower Maiden), Graeme Broadbent (Second Knight), Clarissa Meek (Esquire), Peter Auty (Esquire), Robin Leggate (First Knight), Timothy Robinson (Esquire), Leah-Marian Jones (Esquire).
Music Wagner. Company Royal Opera. Company Teatro Real Madrid. Conductor Simon Rattle. Director Klaus Michael Gruber. Design Giles Aillaud. Costume Moidele Bickel. Lighting Vera Dobroschke.
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