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Composer: Benjamin Britten (1913–76)
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  • Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor), Roger Vignoles (piano), Michael Chance (countertenor), Alan Opie (baritone), Sioned Williams (harp) & Michael Thompson (horn)

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  • Nicholas Phan (tenor), Myra Huang (piano), Jennifer Montone (horn), Sivan Magen (harp) & Alan Cumming (narrator)

    Phan's first, swelling note immediately establishes his refinement and steel, rare among Britten's recent tenors...Phan's sophistication is easily matched by harpist Sivan Magen...The tenor turns... More…

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  • Jean Rigby (mezzo soprano), Derek Lee Ragin (alto), Philip Langridge (tenor), Gerald Finley (baritone), Frank Lloyd (horn), Osian Ellis (harp), Steuart Bedford (piano), Dame Judi Dench (narrator)

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  • Daniel Norman (tenor), Christopher Gould (piano), Benjamin Maclean (treble), William Towers (countertenor), Roderick Williams (baritone), Harriet Walter (speaker), Richard Watkins (horn) & Hugh Webb (harp)

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  • Sandrine Chatron (harp), Ophélie Gaillard (cello), Michael Bennett (tenor)

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  • The Late Works for Tenor and Harp

    Lawrence Wiliford (tenor) & Jennifer Swartz (harp)

    Light-voiced, mellifluous, pleasing, Wiliford makes easier listening than Pears could sometimes be in the twilight of his career...The balance between voice and harp is excellent throughout. More…

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  • Vladimir Dubois (soloist), Cyrille Dubois (soloist), Anne Le Bozec (soloist), Marc Mauillon (soloist), Paul-Antoine Benos-Djian (soloist), Pauline Haas (soloist)

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  • Ian Bostridge (tenor), David Daniels (counter-tenor), Christopher Maltman (baritone), Timothy Brown (horn), Aline Brewer (harp), Julius Drake (piano)

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  • Ben Johnson (tenor), James Baillieu (piano), Christopher Ainslie (countertenor), Benedict Nelson (baritone), Martin Owen (horn) & Lucy Wakeford (harp)

    the expressive nuance of James Baillieu's piano accompanying is reminiscent of Britten's own...Johnson is at his best in Still Falls the Rain and in The Death of Narcissus, in writing that reveals... More…

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  • Peter Pears (tenor), Benjamin Britten (piano), Dennis Brain (horn), Peter Pears (Peter Quint), David Hemmings (Miles), Arda Mandikian (Miss Jessel), Olive Dyer (Flora), Jennifer Vyvyan (Governess), Norma Procter (alto), Galina Vishnevskaya (soprano), Josephine Veasey (Hermia), Benjamin Luxon (Owen...

    so astute is his characterization and formidable his musical intelligence that he is able to portray the comic flavour of Albert Herring with as much conviction as the haunting melancholy of... More…

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