All five of Benjamin Britten's Canticles (a term he used for extended songs for solo or ensemble voices), performed live at the Wigmore Hall 30.11.12....

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English Chamber Orchestra,New Philharmonia Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus with Sir Peter Pears, Mstislav Rostropovich, Dietrich...

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Classic recordings from 1961-78 of choral music by Benjamin Britten, reissued by Alto, 2020. Britten - Festival Te Deum in E op.32 - St. John's...

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Classic Decca recordings, many by the original performers, of Benjamin Britten's music, compiled by Australian Eloquence in 2008. Britten –...

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Britten's own first full recording of his most famous opera, recorded in 1958 & here reissued by Decca in 2006. Gramophone Awards 1986 Winner -...

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Stuart Skelton (Grimes), Erin Wall (Ellen), Roderick Williams (Balstrode), Susan Bickley (Auntie), Hanna Husahr & Vibeke Kristensen (Nieces),...

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Works by Benjamin Britten encompassing his whole composing career, from his Two Portraits written when he was c.16 & his published op.1 to the...

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Classic recordings of Benjamin Britten's music, reissued by Alto, 2020. Britten - Serenade for Tenor, Horn & Strings op.31 - Peter Pears...

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Ian Bostridge (tenor) with Sir Antonio Pappano (piano) & Xuefei Yang (guitar) in songs by Benjamin Britten. EMI, 2013. BBC Music Magazine 4-star...

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Two of Benjamin Britten's most popular choral works: the unaccompanied "Hymn to St. Cecilia" op. 27, performed by the Corydon Singers directed by...

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Benjamin Britten's chilling 1954 opera performed by Andrew Kennedy (Prologue / Peter Quint), Sally Matthews (Governess), Michael Clayton-Jolly (Miles),...

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The original Decca recording of Britten's great 1963 pacifist work, performed by the musicians for whom it was written. Galina Vishnevskaya (soprano),...

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