Thespis; or, The Gods Grown Old
Anthony Baker and Timothy Henty are pleased to present their performing edition of Gilbert and Sullivan's lost operetta Thespis; or, The Gods Grown Old, which premiered to critical acclaim at the Normansfield Theatre in England, in 2008.
This vocal score contains the complete music for the production as well as the full libretto, as adapted and revised by Anthony Baker and presented in performance order.
An introduction and appendix sheds some light on the process behind creating the version and the score features a preface by Chris Crowcroft. Information about performing licences and orchestral hire materials is also included.
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Music Producing/Studio Conducting
In addition to his work as a conductor and arranger, Timothy Henty also acts as a music producer in the recording studio, particularly where orchestras or ensembles of live orchestral musicians are involved. He also conducts sessions, including with his orchestra, the London Kensington Sinfonia.
For more information or to discuss future projects, feel free to contact Timothy here.
The music was recorded at the Smecky Studios in Prague and featured the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra with their conductor Adam Clemens. Post production was carried out at Sphere Studios in London.
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The score to the Spanish film Proyecto Dos ('Project Two') directed by Guillermo Groizard was co-written by three composers. Timothy Henty acted as music producer to the part of the score written by Christopher Slaski, recorded at London's world famous Abbey Road Studio II.
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