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Work: Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge for string orchestra, Op.10

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ComposerBritten, Benjamin (1913-1976)
Period20th century
Year1937
Work typeInstrumental
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SnapeSinfonia of London with John Wilson II

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MadridAcademy of St Martin in the Fields y Julia Fischer

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Academy of St Martin in the Fields; Julia Fischer

BarcelonaAcademy of St Martin in the Fields y Julia Fischer

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Academy of St Martin in the Fields; Julia Fischer
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Youthful works of Ravel and Britten in Cleveland

Ravel’s Sonatine – performed in transcription for oboe – prefaced a lush reading of Britten’s Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge.
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Sir Donald Runnicles does it all in Atlanta

The Scottish conductor held the podium and the piano bench in an expansive program that included Wagner, Britten, Debussy and the Georgia-based composer Carlos Simon.
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Karen Cargill and the Scottish Ensemble burst into Songs for Life

Life, death, childhood, community and love are celebrated in Songs for Life by Karen Cargill with the Scottish Ensemble in an exquisitely filmed performance.

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Scottish Ensemble’s adventures in music for a winter’s night

A deeply soulful musical adventure for a winter’s night from the Scottish Ensemble to celebrate their 50th anniversary

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Creation on the quick: masterpieces composed in a hurry from the Saint Paul CO

Delivering winsome interpretations along with precision ensemble, the "conductorless" SPCO presents two youthful Schubert and Britten masterpieces that were created by their composers in mere days.
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