Magyar Melody (1958) by Longwood Amateur Operatic Society

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oo LONGWOOD AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY

(Affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic Association)

presents

(by permission of Samuel French Ltd.) Adapted by ERIC MASCHWITZ and GEORGE POSFORD

From the Play by ERIC MASCHWITZ, FRED THOMPSON and GUY BOLTON

Music by GEORGE POSFORD and BERNARD GRUN with additional Musical Numbers by ZSIGMOND VINCZA and MANNING SHERWIN

Produced by J. H. HANSON and J. LIVERSEDGE

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The Longwood Amateur Operatic Society

President—G. K. LOCK WOOD, Esq.

Vice-Presidents :

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Committee

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Officials

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Meols and Dance (Roszi)

Finale Act II Dramatic Melos Entr’acte ACT III Bandmaster and Chorus “A truly Tyrolean Band ” Waltz Music in Roszi’s Honour Pe ** Music for Romance ”

Song and Chorus (Roszi and Chorus) “The Waltz I would rather forget ”’ Regt Music Reprise “ A truly Tyrolean Band ” BRON ea a “Mine Alone” Duet and Chorus (Julika, Mikki and Chorus) .. ** Shot gun Wedding ”

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The Story of the Play

THE unwelcome attentions of Count Ferenc have caused Roszi Belvary, a young girl on his estate, to run away to Paris where, report has it, she has become a famous actress, and the occupants of Frau Julika’s farm are unveiling a plaque in her honour. When Roszi returns home it is all too plain that report has lied generously on her behalf, indeed the story of her fame has been put about by Roszi herself to fool Ferenc. . Staying at the farm is a young man, © Michael Hajos, who is writing an opera. Roszi finds a song from the works and sings it, and Michael, still believing her to be a star, asks her to ey the leading part.

Ferenc sees that these two have fallen in love, but he also recognises Michael as a nephew of the Empress. As that lady is hunting nearby he brings her to the farm and confronts Michael with her, the Empress demanding to know why he has disappeared and is neglecting his duties. As a concession she permits him to continue his escapade until the opera is finished. Roszi, cruelly taunted by Ferenc, determines to make one more assault on the ladder of fame. At the Café Continental in Budapest actresses gather in search of jobs and pester Bardos the theatrical manager, who refuses to consider any of them for his new opera—by a young man, Michael Hajos. Roszi has come with the intention of making Bardos notice her, and she sings her song from the opera. Bardos is at first angry, but he recognises her qualities and, with Michael’s prompting, offers her the part. Ferenc plans, with the aid of Major Lonay and his gallery claque, to ensure failure for the opera; but the plan miscarries and Roszi becomes established as a star.

Michael’s thoughts have turned to marriage, but once again Ferenc tells the Empress: she reveals Michael’s identity, forbids _ the match and compels Roszi to renounce him. A year later a hunting party has brought Michael and the Empress to the inn where Roszi is staying, and she overhears Michael, who has _ despaired of finding Roszi again, say that he will marry as his - aunt directs. Roszi agrees to play her old part in the revival of the opera, knowing it is to be sponsored by Ferenc and all that that will mean, but in her hurry to get away from the inn she leaves behind a miniature of Michael given her by the Empress. Michael finds it, and the Empress has to admit her part in Roszi’s renunciation, then, realising she has been too harsh, she relents and allows the lovers to follow the dictates of their hearts.

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Synopsis of Scenery

3 Act I A Farmhouse on the Great Plain of Hungary. : Act II Scene 1. The Café Continental, Budapest (A few months later). Scene 2. Outside the Royal Theatre (A few weeks later). Scene 3. Behind the Theatre Gallery (The same evening). Scene 4. The Café Continental (Later the same evening).

Act III The Inn of the Golden Horn in the Tyrol (One year later). I Stage Staff Mr. C. Allen Mr. A. Stott Mr. R. Bailey 3 Mrs. A. Stott Mr. F. Haigh Mr. A. Sykes Mr. F. Heathcote Mr. W. H. Sykes Mr. D. Robinson Mr. G. Thornton Doorkeeper—Mr. L. Wood Supper Staff Miss P. Turner Mrs. K. Taylor

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Announcements

Our Annual Productions can only be assured of success with the great help of our Social Committee.

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Previous Productions

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An Appreciation

The Committee take this opportunity of thanking each and every member for their splendid efforts on behalf of this production.

We especially thank our Patrons for their very material help, and the public for their continued generous support: also the business friends who have advertised in this Souvenir.

Last, but not least, may we say a very hearty ‘ Thank You’ to our Social Committee for their help the whole year round.

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