Sister Beatrice
Composer: Elaine Fine
Librettist: Elaine Fine
Premiere Date: Not available.
Description: Sister Beatrice is Maurice Maeterlinck's adaptation of the old English legend that inspired John Davidson to write the poem "The Ballad of a Nun." Maeterlinck wrote "Sister Beatrice" as an opera libretto, but it was published as a play in 1902. Sister Beatrice is set in a 13th century French convent. It concerns forbidden love, questions of faith, miracles, morality and forgiveness. It is by no means a religious opera. It questions religion in a very direct way.
Total Acts: 1
Musical Style: Much of the music is tonal, most of it is influenced by medieval music, and everything is written in conventional notation and conventional meter.
Contact: Elaine Fine
E-mail Address: elainefine@hotmail.com
Phone: 217-345-4310
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