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  • Instruments of the orchestra | Britten100
    to the right to test yourself by listening to the aural quiz meet some of the players from the Royal Northern College of Music find out which instrument might suit you Home Meet the players How well do you know the instruments Which instrument would suit you Go back to the start of Digital GO Twitter English Chinese French Japanese Russian Kontaktieren Sie uns Medien Erreichbarkeit Impressum 2013 findet die

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    to the right to test yourself by listening to the aural quiz meet some of the players from the Royal Northern College of Music find out which instrument might suit you ホーム Meet the players How well do you know the instruments Which instrument would suit you Go back to the start of Digital GO Twitter English Chinese French German Russian お問い合わせ メディア アクセス サイトクレジット 2013年 ベンジャミン ブリテン生誕100周年記念祭 Britten Pears

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    test yourself by listening to the aural quiz meet some of the players from the Royal Northern College of Music find out which instrument might suit you Главная страница Meet the players How well do you know the instruments Which instrument would suit you Go back to the start of Digital GO Twitter English Chinese French German Japanese Контакты В средствах массовой информации Доступность Создатели сайта Отмечаем столетие со дня

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    or spiritual texts scored for different combinations of voices and instruments the one constant element being the tenor voice of Peter Pears This second canticle reflects the considerable experience that Britten had by now as an opera composer The tale of Abraham summoned by God to offer up his own child Isaac for sacrifice is set in a highly dramatic way using two voices tenor and alto These not only perform the respective roles of father and son but also singing together create the other worldly sound of God s voice Moods Calm Gentle Genres Songs Instruments Piano Solo voice or voices Recording credits John Hahessy alto Peter Pears tenor Benjamin Britten piano Recording 1961 The Decca Record Company Ltd London Available from Decca Classics Published by Boosey Hawkes Learn more about this work from the Britten Thematic Catalogue Curlew River op 71 1964 Te lucis ante terminum The Burning Fiery Furnace op 77 1966 Salus aeternam The Prodigal Son op 81 1968 Jam lucis orto sidere Owen Wingrave op 85 1970 Now I am nothing Act 2 Scene 1 Sacred and Profane op 91 1975 Yif ic of luve can Movements for Clarinet and Orchestra 1942 II Night Piece Notturno 1963 Sinfonietta op 1 1932 Variations Andante lento A Midsummer Night s Dream op 64 1960 On the ground sleep sound Act II Death in Venice op 88 1973 Does beauty lead to wisdom Act 2 Scene 16 Death in Venice op 88 1973 Scene 5 On the beach Act 1 Scene 4 Diversions op 21 1940 Variation 4 Arabesque Friday Afternoons op 7 1935 A new year carol Gloriana op 53 1953 Concord is here Act 2 Scene 1 Holiday Diary op 5 1934 Night Serenade op 31 1943 Pastoral Sinfonia da Requiem op 20 1940 Requiem aeternam

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    play the audio clip Britten s experience in 1956 of the austere stylized ritual of Japanese Noh theatre inspired three Church Parables This the first retains the closest link with the original Japanese being adapted from an authentic Noh play However the action is transferred to medieval East Anglia and given a specifically Christian context Here the characters and instrumentalists dressed as monks process into the church at the start of the opera Moods Calm Gentle Genres Opera Instruments Choir Recording credits Pears Shirley Quirk Blackburn Drake Webb English Opera Group Orchestra and Chorus Benjamin Britten and Viola Tunnard cond Recording 1966 Decca Music Group Ltd Available from Decca Classics Published by Faber Music Learn more about this work from the Britten Thematic Catalogue Other clips from this work Near the Black Mountains Birds of the Fenland Curlew River smoothly flowing Sanctae sit Triadi The Burning Fiery Furnace op 77 1966 Salus aeternam The Prodigal Son op 81 1968 Jam lucis orto sidere Owen Wingrave op 85 1970 Now I am nothing Act 2 Scene 1 Sacred and Profane op 91 1975 Yif ic of luve can Movements for Clarinet and Orchestra 1942 II Night Piece Notturno 1963 Sinfonietta op 1 1932 Variations Andante lento A Midsummer Night s Dream op 64 1960 On the ground sleep sound Act II Death in Venice op 88 1973 Does beauty lead to wisdom Act 2 Scene 16 Death in Venice op 88 1973 Scene 5 On the beach Act 1 Scene 4 Diversions op 21 1940 Variation 4 Arabesque Friday Afternoons op 7 1935 A new year carol Gloriana op 53 1953 Concord is here Act 2 Scene 1 Holiday Diary op 5 1934 Night Serenade op 31 1943 Pastoral Sinfonia da Requiem op 20 1940 Requiem aeternam Andante molto tranquillo Soirees

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    Burning Fiery Furnace op 77 1966 Salus aeternam Unfortunately your browser appears to be unable to play the audio clip After the inward concentration of Curlew River Britten set out to make his second Church Parable something much less sombre The Burning Fiery Furnace is based on the Old Testament story of Nebuchadnezzar and the three Israelites Here at the very start of the opera the characters and instrumentalists dressed as monks process into the church Moods Calm Gentle Genres Opera Instruments Choir Recording credits Pears Drake Shirley Quirk Tear Dean Leeming English Opera Group Orchestra and Chorus Benjamin Britten and Viola Tunnard cond Recording 1967 Decca Music Group Ltd Available from Decca Classics Published by Faber Music Learn more about this work from the Britten Thematic Catalogue Other clips from this work You Ananias Processional Merodak Lord of creation Ah heat the burning fiery furnace The Prodigal Son op 81 1968 Jam lucis orto sidere Owen Wingrave op 85 1970 Now I am nothing Act 2 Scene 1 Sacred and Profane op 91 1975 Yif ic of luve can Movements for Clarinet and Orchestra 1942 II Night Piece Notturno 1963 Sinfonietta op 1 1932 Variations Andante lento A Midsummer Night s Dream op 64 1960 On the ground sleep sound Act II Death in Venice op 88 1973 Does beauty lead to wisdom Act 2 Scene 16 Death in Venice op 88 1973 Scene 5 On the beach Act 1 Scene 4 Diversions op 21 1940 Variation 4 Arabesque Friday Afternoons op 7 1935 A new year carol Gloriana op 53 1953 Concord is here Act 2 Scene 1 Holiday Diary op 5 1934 Night Serenade op 31 1943 Pastoral Sinfonia da Requiem op 20 1940 Requiem aeternam Andante molto tranquillo Soirees musicales 1936 Canzonetta String Quartet No 3

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    lucis ante terminum The Burning Fiery Furnace op 77 1966 Salus aeternam The Prodigal Son op 81 1968 Jam lucis orto sidere Unfortunately your browser appears to be unable to play the audio clip The third of Britten s three Church Parables was inspired by Rembrandt s painting The Return of the Prodigal which Britten had seen two years earlier on a trip to Leningrad Here at the start of the opera the characters and instrumentalists dressed as monks process into the church Moods Calm Gentle Genres Opera Instruments Choir Recording credits Pears Shirley Quirk Drake Tear Benjamin Britten and Viola Tunnard cond Recording 1969 Decca Music Group Ltd Available from Decca Classics Published by Faber Music Learn more about this work from the Britten Thematic Catalogue Other clips from this work You are tired Nights are days I think of home O sing unto the Lord Was dead and is alive Owen Wingrave op 85 1970 Now I am nothing Act 2 Scene 1 Sacred and Profane op 91 1975 Yif ic of luve can Movements for Clarinet and Orchestra 1942 II Night Piece Notturno 1963 Sinfonietta op 1 1932 Variations Andante lento A Midsummer Night s Dream op 64 1960 On the ground sleep sound Act II Death in Venice op 88 1973 Does beauty lead to wisdom Act 2 Scene 16 Death in Venice op 88 1973 Scene 5 On the beach Act 1 Scene 4 Diversions op 21 1940 Variation 4 Arabesque Friday Afternoons op 7 1935 A new year carol Gloriana op 53 1953 Concord is here Act 2 Scene 1 Holiday Diary op 5 1934 Night Serenade op 31 1943 Pastoral Sinfonia da Requiem op 20 1940 Requiem aeternam Andante molto tranquillo Soirees musicales 1936 Canzonetta String Quartet No 3 op 94 1975 Solo

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    unable to play the audio clip Owen Wingrave was conceived as an opera for television and makes use of several televisual techniques such as cross cutting montage and flashback It is based on a story by Henry James a young man groomed for an army career rebels against his militaristic family The story gave Britten an ideal opportunity to express his deeply held pacifist beliefs Here Owen finally gains the confidence to renounce both his family and war and finds his image in peace Moods Calm Reflective Genres Opera Instruments Orchestra Solo voice or voices Recording credits Luxon Shirley Quirk Douglas Fisher Harper Vyvyan Baker Pears Wandsworth School Boys Choir English Chamber Orchestra Benjamin Britten cond Recording 1971 Decca Music Group Ltd Available from Decca Classics Published by Faber Music Learn more about this work from the Britten Thematic Catalogue Other clips from this work Interlude IV Act 1 Scene 6 At last it s out Act 1 Scene 2 Interlude I Act 1 Scene 1 I can t go through with it Act 1 Scene 1 He will listen to the house Act 1 Scene 4 War is the statesman s game Act 1 Scene 2 There was a boy Act 2 Scene 1 Sacred and Profane op 91 1975 Yif ic of luve can Movements for Clarinet and Orchestra 1942 II Night Piece Notturno 1963 Sinfonietta op 1 1932 Variations Andante lento A Midsummer Night s Dream op 64 1960 On the ground sleep sound Act II Death in Venice op 88 1973 Does beauty lead to wisdom Act 2 Scene 16 Death in Venice op 88 1973 Scene 5 On the beach Act 1 Scene 4 Diversions op 21 1940 Variation 4 Arabesque Friday Afternoons op 7 1935 A new year carol Gloriana op 53 1953 Concord

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