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Britten : The Little Sweep, Gemini Variations, Children's Crusade

CD (1) DECCA - LONDON - 436 393-2 LM


Benjamin Britten : The Little Sweep, Opera in 1 act, op. 45
Jennifer Vyvyan (Soprano); April Cantelo (Soprano); John Noble; Edgar Evans; David Hemmings (Soprano); Joseph Ward; Catherine Wilson; Sheila Rex; Norman Lumsden (Bass); Peter Pears (Tenor); Dennis Dowling
Choir of Alleyn's School / English Opera Group (Chamber Orchestra) conducted by Benjamin Britten
1955/10/01 & 1955/10/02 - Decca Recording Studio No. 1, West Hampstead, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Gemini Variations, twelve variations and fugue on an epigram of Kodály. Quartet for two (or four) players: flute, violin and piano 4 hands, op. 73
Gabriel Jeney (Piano); Gabriel Jeney (Violin); Zoltan Jeney (Piano); Zoltan Jeney (Flute)
1965/07

Benjamin Britten : Children's Crusade, a ballad for children's voices and orchestra, op. 82
Mark Emney; John Wojciechowski; Raymond Hares; Stephen Daniels; Adrian Thompson (Tenor); Colin Morris; Graham Preston; Barnaby Jago
Ian Cobb (Piano); John Clegg (Piano); Johnatan Smith (Organ); Eric Crees (Percussion); John Tobin (Percussion); Chris Tingley (Percussion); Richard Courtney (Percussion); Brian Elton (Percussion); Graham Harbage (Percussion)
Wandsworth School Boys Choir (chorus master Russel Burgess) / Wandsworth School Boys Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1969/10/10 & 1969/10/11 - St. John's, Smith Square, London, England

Benjamin Britten : The rarities

CD (2) DECCA - The British Music Collection - 468 811-2


Benjamin Britten : Canticle II - "Abraham and Isaac" for Alto, Tenor and Piano, op. 51
Norman Procter (Countertenor); Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1957

Benjamin Britten : Gemini Variations, twelve variations and fugue on an epigram of Kodály. Quartet for two (or four) players: flute, violin and piano 4 hands, op. 73
Gabriel Jeney (Piano); Gabriel Jeney (Violin); Zoltan Jeney (Piano); Zoltan Jeney (Flute)
1965/07

Benjamin Britten : Cantata Academica, für Soli, Chor und Orchester, op. 62 "Carmen Basiliense"
Jennifer Vyvyan (Soprano); Helen Watts (Contralto); Peter Pears (Tenor); Owen Brannigan (Bass)
Harold Lester (Piano)
Orchestra and Chorus of the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by George Malcolm
1961/03/17 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Benjamin Britten : A Birthday Hansel for High Voice and Harp, op. 92
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Osian Ellis (Harp)
1976/02/18 & 1976/02/19 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : Russian funeral
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble conducted by John Iveson
1979 - St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, England

Benjamin Britten : Cantata misericordium for tenor, baritone, chorus and small orchestra, op. 69
Peter Pears (Tenor); Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (Baritone)
London Symphony Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1963/12/05, 1963/12/06, 1963/12/09 & 1963/12/10 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Children's Crusade, a ballad for children's voices and orchestra, op. 82
Mark Emney; John Wojciechowski; Raymond Hares; Stephen Daniels; Adrian Thompson (Tenor); Colin Morris; Graham Preston; Barnaby Jago
Ian Cobb (Piano); John Clegg (Piano); Johnatan Smith (Organ); Eric Crees (Percussion); John Tobin (Percussion); Chris Tingley (Percussion); Richard Courtney (Percussion); Brian Elton (Percussion); Graham Harbage (Percussion)
Wandsworth School Boys Choir (chorus master Russel Burgess) / Wandsworth School Boys Orchestra conducted by Benjamin Britten
1969/10/10 & 1969/10/11 - St. John's, Smith Square, London, England

Benjamin Britten : The Poet's Echo
Galina Vishnevskaya (Soprano)
Mstislav Rostropovich (Piano)
1968/07/17 to 1968/07/19 - Snape Maltings, Suffolk, England

Benjamin Britten : Sechs Hölderlin-Fragmente for Voice and Piano, op. 61
Peter Pears (Tenor)
Benjamin Britten (Piano)
1961/11/06 to 1961/11/09 - Kingsway Hall, London, England

Benjamin Britten : Two insect pieces for Oboe and Piano
Heinz Holliger (Oboe); András Schiff (Piano)
1991/07 - Forde Abbey, Chard, England