Books & programme
Glyndebourne books feature an eclectic range of titles covering opera music and performance, general interest and books located in our Sussex landscape. Central to our range are two books about Glyndebourne; the lavish photographic history published to coincide with our 75 Anniversary in 2009, with a text by Sir George Christie. In 2010 the shorter history with a text by Michael Kennedy was published. This is illustrated with a quirky range of memorabilia selected from our rich archive.
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  • Image of Book Who's My Bottom
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    "Very funny, painfully honest, and invariably true. A real insight into a working opera singer's...
  • Image of Scraping the Bottom
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    The second book about the adventures on the road for opera singer Christopher Gillett
  • Image of the Cover from the book 'Glyndebourne: A Visual History
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    Glyndebourne: A Visual History celebrates the 75th anniversary of the famous opera house. Special...
  • Cover of Preparing an Operatic Role
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    A fascinating insight into the approach to achieving a convincing vocal performance.
  • Image of Doctors in Opera
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    Perfect for any opera loving Doctor 
  • Image of Essential Britten
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    The fascinating nooks and crannies of Britten's daily life
  • Image of notebooks
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    Perfect as a present
  • Image of Mr Brother Benjamin
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    A portrait of a shared childhood. Written by Beth Britten
  • Picnic Crumbs cover
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    Memorable picnics of past and present, perfect and imperfect.
  • Image of The Birth of an Opera
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    An illuminating insight in to how operas are written
  • The Sorcerer of Bayreuth
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    An indepth and approachable book about Wagner's life, work and times.
  • Image of Time By The Sea
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    A tale of music and painting
  • The Turn of the Screw & The Aspern Papers
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    An aide memoire to Benjamin Britten’s The Turn of the Screw

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