The Trial of Mary Lincoln
Composer: Thomas Pasatieri
Librettist: Ann Howard Bailey
Work Web Site: http://www.presser.com/Composers/info.cfm?Name=THO
Premiere Date: Not available.
Description: A decade after her husband’s assassination, a Chicago court declared Mary Lincoln insane and committed her to a mental institution. Robert Todd Lincoln, Mary’s only surviving child, arranged the trial after agonizing over his distressed mother's erratic behavior. Mary has flash-backs from the dock, which take us through the tragic story of her unique life.
courtesy of Theodore Presser Company
Reviews: The Village Voice, Leighton Kerner, 2-17-1972; Opera Journal, Gordon R. Gibson, Spring 1972; New Yorker, 2-12-1972; Saturday Review, Irving Kolodin, 3-4-1972; Life, Cyclops, 2-11-1972; Musical America, Patrick J. Smith, April 1972; New York Post, Harriet Johnson, 2-10-1972; Opera News, Speight Jenkins, 2-26-1972; San Francisco Examiner, Dwight Newton, 2-14-1972; San Francisco Chronicle, Terrence O'Flaherty, 2-14-1972; Los Angeles Times, John Rockwell, 2-14-1972; National Observer, Herbert Kupferberg, 2-19-1972; Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Frank Chesley, 2-11-1972; Seattle Times, John Voorhees, 2-15-1972
Length: 01:00
Total Acts: 1
Orchestration: 3 2 2(B.Cl.) 2(Cbsn.) - 2 1 1 0; Timp. Perc. Pno. Hp. Str.
Musical Style: Lyrical, romantic, tonal
Contact: Theodore Presser Company
E-mail Address: promotion@presser.com
Phone: 610-592-1222
Composer Web Site: www.thomaspasatieri.org
Publisher Web Site: http://www.presser.com
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