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Benjamin Britten - The World Of Benjamin Britten album download

Performer:

Benjamin Britten

Title:

The World Of Benjamin Britten

Genre:

Classical / Country and World / Stage

MP3 album size:

1289 mb

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Rating:

4.7 ✱

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1970

Benjamin Britten - The World Of Benjamin Britten album download

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A1 The London Symphony Orchestra Young Persond Guide To The Orchestra (Variations & Fugue On A Theme Of Henry Purcell) - Theme
Conductor – Benjamin Britten
A2 English Chamber Orchestra Variations On A Theme Of Frank Bridge Op.10 - March, Romance & Aria Italiana
Conductor – Benjamin Britten
A3 The London Symphony Orchestra Serenade For A Tenor, Horn & Strings OP.31 - Nocturne
Conductor – Benjamin BrittenHorn – Barry TuckwellTenor Vocals – Peter Pears
A4 Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Peter Grimes Storm Interlude
Conductor – Benjamin Britten
A5 Melos Ensemble* War Requiem Op.66 - Out There, We've Walked Quite Friendly Up To Death
Baritone Vocals – Dietrich Fischer-DieskauConductor – Benjamin BrittenTenor Vocals – Peter Pears
A6 The Bach Choir, london symphony orchestra chorus*, The London Symphony Orchestra War Requiem Op.66 - Sanctus
Chorus Master – David WillocksConductor – Benjamin BrittenSoprano Vocals – Galina Vishnevskaya
A7 The Choirs Of Downside & Emanuel Schools, The London Symphony Orchestra A Midsummer Night's Dream Act III Epilogue - Now The Hungry Lion Roars
Chorus Master – Christian Strover, Derrick HerdmanConductor – Benjamin Britten
B1 English Chamber Orchestra Simple Symphony For String Orchestra Op.4 - Boisterous Bourree
Conductor – Benjamin Britten
B2 English Chamber Orchestra Simple Symphony For String Orchestra Op.4 - Playful Pizzicato
Conductor – Benjamin Britten
B3 Peter Pears Folksong Arrangements Early One Morning
Piano – Benjamin BrittenTenor Vocals – Peter Pears
B4 Peter Pears Folksong Arrangements The Plough Boy
Piano – Benjamin BrittenTenor Vocals – Peter Pears
B5 Peter Pears The Burning Fiery Furnace Procession And Invocation - O Hearken, All Ye People!
Double Bass – Keith MarjoramFlute – Richard AdeneyHarp – Osian EllisHorn – Neil SandersOrgan – Philip LedgerPercussion – James BladesTenor Vocals – Peter PearsTrombone – Roger BrennerViola – Cecil AronowitzVocals – Bryan Drake, Carl Duggan, Clive Molloy, David Hartley , Graham Allum, John MacKenzie, Malcolm Rivers, Peter Bedford
B6 The Ambrosian Opera Chorus, The London Symphony Orchestra Billy Budd Interlude & Act I Scene 3 Sea Shanties - Blow HerAway
Chorus Master – John McCarthyConductor – Benjamin Britten
B7 The London Symphony Orchestra Young Persons Guide To The Orchestra (Variations On A Theme Of Henry Purcell) - Fugue
Conductor – Benjamin Britten

Credits

  • Photography By – Clive Strutt
  • Sleeve Notes – Ray Crick

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ZAL 9658-IW
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ZAL 9659-IW

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PA 74 Benjamin Britten The World Of Benjamin Britten ‎(LP, Mono) Decca PA 74 UK 1970
SPA 74 Benjamin Britten The World Of Benjamin Britten ‎(LP) Decca SPA 74 UK Unknown

Benjamin Britten was an English composer, conductor and pianist, considered to be one of the greatest composers of the 20th century. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, family life, achievements and other facts related to his life. Benjamin Britten was an English composer, conductor and pianist, considered to be one of the greatest composers of the 20th century. He was a child prodigy-learning to play the piano at the age of two and composing his first piece at five-and grew up to be the central figure of the British classical music of his time.

This list of compositions includes all the published works by English composer Benjamin Britten with opus number. Paul Bunyan Op. 17: Operetta in two acts, 114'. Libretto by W. H. Auden, after the American folktale. Premiered on 5 May 1941 at Brander Matthews Hall, New York. Published by Faber Music. Peter Grimes Op. 33: Opera in a prologue and three acts, 147'. Libretto by Montagu Slater, after the poem The Borough by George Crabbe. Premiered on 7 June 1945 at Sadler's Wells, London.

Read the Benjamin Britten facts about his life, interesting, fun, information and biography facts about the great composer. Britten loved poetry and literary works particularly those that were created during the World War years. He often used poetry to inspire his works. For instance, the Latin Requiem Mass, which is to this day still one of his most well-recognized pieces, was inspired by British poet Wilfred Owen. His first completed choral work was A Boy was Born in 1933. Until the beginning of World War II, he tried composing for film, radio and left-wing theater groups in the city. The War Requiem, which was first performed on 30 May 1962, is among his most celebrated works. He is also remembered for his operas such as Peter Grimes and the Turn of the Screw.

There is no doubt that Benjamin Britten was a gifted individual when it came to music. Apart from being a skilled pianist, he composed remarkable works and was also a music conductor. A renowned classic music composer, soloist and director, Benjamin Britten was born in England, on November 22, 1913. Even in his childhood, he was actively involved in music, composing his first works at the tender age of five. From then on he progressed in creativity and composition even though he had no form of technical training in music.

Walking in Benjamin Britten's footsteps, Suffolk. Britten and Auden’s folklore opera might be barmy – with singing lumberjacks, a blue ox and a giant superhuman and unseen hero, but ENO has turned it into something genuinely worthwhile. Published: 4 Sep 2018.

Facts about Benjamin Britten 2: the teacher. His teacher was the composer Frank Bridge. This man taught him privately at the Royal College of Music in London. Benjamin Britten Composer. Facts about Benjamin Britten 3: the notable works of Britten. If you are interested to know the notable works of Britten, you have to check The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (1945), the War Requiem (1962) and opera Peter Grimes (1945). Facts about Benjamin Britten 4: public attention. In 1934, Britten earned a lot of attention from the people due to A Boy Was Born. It was his cappella choral piece

Redirected from Benjamin Britten, Baron Britten). Edward Benjamin Britten, Baron Britten OM CH (22 November 1913 – 4 December 1976) was an English composer, conductor and pianist. He was a central figure of 20th-century British classical music, with a range of works including opera, other vocal music, orchestral and chamber pieces.

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