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Benjamin Britten, a catalogue of the published works
1999 by The Britten-Pears Library for The Britten Estate Limited in Aldeburgh, Suffolk .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled and edited by Paul Banks, with Keiron Cooke ... [et al.] ; preface by Donald Mitchell|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 266 p. :|
|Number of Pages||266|
|ISBN 10||1902897005, 0951193996|
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Compiled by the publishers to salute Benjamin Britten a catalogue of the published works book his 60th birthday. Contains all of his published works (unpublished works have been omitted since last edition of catalogue published. Get this from a library.
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Not in Library. Published to mark the beginning of the Britten centenary year inPaul Kildea's Benjamin Britten: A Life in the Twentieth Century is the definitive biography of Britain's greatest modern composer. In the eyes of many, Benjamin Britten was our finest composer since Purcell (a figure who often inspired him) three hundred years by: 8.
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Benjamin Britten: His Life and Operas. Benjamin Britten. : This new edition has been thoroughly revised and edited by John Evans (research scholar to the Britten Estate) who has updated the chronological list of published works and included in the bibliography the many books that have been written about the composer since his death in Fan of Benjamin Britten.
Browse our Sheet Music Scores, explore his Young Persons Guide to the Orchestra, War Requiem, Peter Grimes, much, much more today. 49 info English. Customer info. Published to mark the beginning of the Britten centenary year inPaul Kildea's Benjamin Britten: A Life in the Twentieth Century is the definitive biography of Britain's greatest modern composer.
In the eyes of many, Benjamin Britten was our finest composer since Purcell (a figure who often inspired him) three hundred years earlier.
Books. Sir Sourindro Mohun Tagore and the Tagore Medal (London: Royal College of Music, ). Books, as co-author [With Donald Mitchell] Gustav Mahler, tr.
Pablo Sorozábal Serrano (Barcelona: Muchnik Editores, ) [a translation of our article on the composer in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians] Books as editor. Benjamin Britten: A Catalogue of the Published Works.
Book Description: Benjamin Britten: New Perspectives on his Life and Work reveals the extent to which Britten scholarship is reaching outside the confines of Anglo-American criticism. The volume engages with juvenilia and other orchestral works from the s and examines a broad range of influences on Britten, including the works of.
The wonderful world of music by Benjamin Britten and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at John Bridcut, in an interesting book about Britten's relationship to children, cites a pocket diary of Britten's where he has entered his personal details as they were when he was Directed by Tony PALMER.
Includes a 30 second view of Moore with Benjamin Britten placing a bronze in front of The Maltings at Snape near Aldeburgh, and commenting on the sky as background and importance of first view of a piece of sculpture. There is a later. (Many of Britten's solo songs, choral and operatic works feature the tenor voice, and Pears was the designated soloist at many of their premieres.
) From about until the beginning of World War II, Britten did a great deal of composing for the GPO Film Unit, for BBC Radio, and for small, usually left-wing, theater groups in London.
Dating from John Evans, 'Benjamin Britten (): A Chronology of his Life and Works', in A Britten Source Book, compiled by John Evans, Philip Reed and Paul Wilson, (Aldeburgh, ), pp; not listed in TNG or in Paul Banks, Benjamin Britten: A Catalogue of the Published Works (), or in Christopher Mark, 'Juvenilia ()', in The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Britten.
This comprehensive guide to Britten's musical achievement discusses all the published compositions in subdivisions of genre and period, and devotes a separate chapter to each opera.
With the help of over music examples and diagrams, Evans demonstrates Britten's mastery of the art of composition. Since this book's first appearance inBritten's publishers have made available a.
Several decades after his death, we have a more complete picture of Benjamin Britten as a composer than during his lifetime. Works from his youth and works that he suppressed have been played and published; the late music can now be seen as a distinct phase, in some ways as forward looking and as influential as Stravinskys.
Benjamin Britten: A Catalogue of the Published Works, ed. Paul Banks et al. (Britten-Pears Library, ). Letters from a Life: Selected Letters and Diaries of Benjamin Britten.
This page lists all sheet music of God Save the Queen (arrangement) by Benjamin Britten (76). Benjamin Britten, Gerald Finzi, and William Walton, little has been written about Head or his music. Stephen Banfield, in his two-volume book Sensibility and English Song: Critical Studies of the Early Twentieth Century, devotes four pages to Michael Head in.
In this classic study of Benjamin Britten and Michael Tippett, Arnold Whittall builds up a unique double portrait of the two leading composers of their generation. For this second, revised edition Whittall includes a new chapter on Tippett's major works of the s: the Piano Sonata No. 4, the.
This page lists all sheet music of The Prodigal Son by Benjamin Britten (76). With the help of over music examples and diagrams, Evans demonstrates Britten's mastery of the art of composition.
Since this book's first appearance inBritten's publishers have made available a considerable number of works withheld during the composer's lifetime; some are juvenilia, but others date from as late as the Peter Grimes Cited by: Fire and Iron: an exhibition for the Britten Festival (Aldeburgh: The BrittenPears Library, October ) [catalogue].
An extended investigation into Brittens pacifist beliefs and responses to war, with specific reference to his War Requiem. Much of the text has since been revised and expanded for publication in the New Aldeburgh Anthology (see below).
In this classic study of Benjamin Britten and Michael Tippett, Arnold Whittall builds up a unique double portrait of the two leading composers of their generation.
For this second, revised edition Whittall includes a new chapter on Tippett's major works of the s: the Piano Sonata No.
4, the large-scale choral composition The Mask of Time. Benjamin Britten wrote his Scottish Ballad in The works is rhapsodic in character and nostalgic in tone, exploring folkloristic material. Concluding this program the piano duo plays the First Orchestral Suite by Debussy, in an arrangement for two pianos by the composer.
First performance by the Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, New York, Mar. 28,John Barbirolli conductor, Antonio Brosa, soloistCf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Violin concerto no. 1, op. 15 Benjamin Britten. (Franklin.
Just over works have been selected here for an in-depth discussion of the composer, the children, and the productions, and around relevant works from around the world are also referenced.
Four composers to have most significantly proliferated the medium are discussed in even greater detail: César Cui, Benjamin Britten, Gian Carlo. When Auden Met Britten.
In the summer ofMr. John Grierson asked me to write a chorus for the conclusion of a G. documentary film called Coal-Face. My chorus, he told me, would be set by a brilliant young composer he had hired to work for him, called Benjamin Britten.
Auden () was an English poet, playwright, and. The Haunting of Benjamin Britten. John Matthias reflects on Humphrey Carpenter's biography ofin light of earlier work by Auden and recent findings.
Almost fifteen years ago I reviewed Humphrey Carpenter's biography of W. Auden in The Southern Review (Winter, ), along with two books treating Benjamin Britten's collaborative work. There is foxing to the edges of the book with a tiny gray mark to the fore- edge & tiny stains to the front edges of a few pages.
There is pencil notation on the inside front wrap. Good. NB: This is the text only. There is no to by Myfanwy Piper, based on the short story by Thomas Mann, set to music by Benjamin Britten, Op