| Biography, Drama, History
In 1960s, a British playwright attempts to reconstruct the life of real life 17th century English composer Henry Purcell even though little is known about him. Purcell's life is reenacted and his music performed.
"The Marriage of Bacchus" that Purcell dislikes is an opera by French composer Robert Cambert titled: "Ariadne ou Le Mariage de Bacchus". It was adapted for the London stage by Louis Grabu in 1674. At the time, Grabu was Master of the King's Musik.
You know what this country has become? Once we had a church built upon a rock. Now the rock has been bulldozed and with it our faith. What we're left with is a crawling underside of expediency and dishonour beholden to Brussels wherein the crooked ...
One shot shows a stagehand turning a winch to lift Mary Tudor when she's playing Cupid. When she's being lowered, a shot shows the stagehand turning the winch in the same direction as previously.
A version shown on BRAVO Television is 60+ minutes shorter with serious damage to plot and character.
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