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  1. SULLIVAN-MACKERRAS: Pineapple Poll, Ballet Based on the music of Sir Arthur Sullivan, arranged by Charles Mackerras Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Charles Mackerras, conductor Scene 1: At Portsmouth, in the morning 1. Opening Dance 2. Poll's Solo and Pas de Deux 3. Belaye's Solo 4. Pas de Trois 5. Finale Scene 2: The Quayside, that evening 6.
  2. Although he was of Australian nationality Sir Charles Mackerras was actually born in Schenectady, New York in The family moved to Sydney when Mackerras was just three-years-old. In Sir Charles sailed for England with the intention of becoming a conductor and joined the Sadler's Wells orchestra as a wind player.
  3. Check out Gilbert & Sullivan: Princess Ida / Pineapple Poll by The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Sir Malcolm Sargent on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on amhiehenpaculleospatfizzsimisralax.coinfo(15).
  4. Gilbert & Sullivan: 《Pineapple Poll》 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra-Charles Mackerras. (Recorded in ) Rating: TASEC, Penguin 3* Reference price: $, (Oval 12 O’clock) This ballet piece is adapted by Mackerras from Gilbert & Sullivan’s opera: Pineapple Poll. Pineapple Poll is the name of the heroine in the opera.
  5. Jul 20,  · Sir Arthur Sullivan-Sir Charles Mackerras: Pineapple Poll Ballet: Scene 1 Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/ Sir Charles Mackerras (Arabesque LP) Dmitri Shostakovich: Tea for Two (Tahiti Trot) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Richrd Chailly (London CD) Johann Strauss, Jr: Die Fledermaus: “Champagne chorus”.
  6. British Ballet Music. Warner Classics: Buy download online. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra & Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Sir Charles Mackerras, Sir Adrian Boult, André Previn, Louis Frémaux, Vernon Handley, Robert Irving/.
  7. As Sir Charles Mackerras writes in the booklet notes, the idea of transforming 'the eminently danceable tunes' of the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas into a ballet score occurred to him while he was playing in the orchestra for a Gilbert and Sullivan season in Australia. 'Pineapple Poll' was first performed, with immediate success, in March.
  8. Sir Arthur Sullivan, Sir Charles Mackerras, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: Sir Arthur Sullivan, Sir Charles Mackerras, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Pineapple Poll-Ballet ‎ (LP, RE) His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice: ESD .

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