People, Feb. 22, 1971

So great was the excitement before the single Royal Albert Hall performance of Arthur Honegger's stage oratorio, Joan of Arc at the Stake, that the Observer compared it to the time in September 1968 when Pianist Daniel Barenboim was warned that he was going to be shot during a concert. The big attraction, however, was not murder; the oratorio was bringing together the professional talents of the recently married lovers Mia Farrow and Andre Previn, she as Joan, he as conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, the Ambrosian Opera Chorus and a children's...

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