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d680c458d3 But when Miles mentions the ghosts of Quint and Jessel, the Governess realises things are much more dire than they seem. Holden, Amanda (ed.), The New Penguin Opera Guide, New York: Penguin Putnam, 2001. Described as one of the most dramatically appealing English operas, the opera in two acts has a prologue and sixteen scenes, each preceded by a variation on the twelve-note 'Screw' theme. In 2003, English Touring Opera presented the work throughout England and three years later Glyndebourne Touring Opera toured the UK with their new production of the work before reviving it in 2007 at their summer festival, Glyndebourne Festival Opera. The Governess is sure that Miles, like his sister Flora, is too innocent to have done anything bad enough for expulsion. .. The boy goes to the schoolroom, finds the letter, and takes it back to his room. The Governess tells her of Miles' unearthly day-dream song and Flora's bizarre behaviour. The voice of Quint calls out to Miles, terrifying him.
Retrieved 11 January 2010. Vocal score by Imogen Holst by Edward Benjamin Britten The Turn of the Screw. The next morning, Miles plays the piano for the Governess and Mrs. Thematically, the play gives a central role to a line borrowed from W. Vocal score by Imogen Holst bookThe Turn of the Screw. The ghosts of Peter Quint and Miss Jessel reappear. Flora's comparison of the Dead Sea with Bly House unsettles the Governess.