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This protean fluency and versatility prompted none less than Sir Charles Groves to draw a comparison between Hoddinott and Haydn.
Perhaps Hoddinott's most popular success was his first opera, The Beach of Falesá, based on a story by Robert Louis Stevenson with a libretto by Glyn Jones, which was given its premiere by Welsh National Opera at Cardiff New Theatre in 1974.
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Among his later operas were The Magician (1976), with a libretto by John Morgan (for HTV); What the Old Man Does is Always Right (1977); and The Rajah's Diamond (1978) and The Trumpet Major (1981), the last-named based on a novel by Thomas Hardy, on both of which he collaborated with the writer Myfanwy Piper.
His last work in this genre was Tower (1999), inspired by the colliery of that name at Hirwaun, the last deep mine in South Wales.
Alun Hoddinott was born in 1929 in the mining town of Bargoed, at the top of the Rhymney Valley, where his father was a teacher, and brought up in Pont-Iliw, near Swansea, after his father took a post there.
Newbridge also face rivals from the second tier with a trip to Rhydyfelin while Newport are on the road with a clash against Swansea.
Bedwas face a potential banana skin at Narberth while Bargoed host Trebanos.