Benjamin Britten

22 nov 1913 (Lowestoft) - 4 dec 1976 (Aldeburgh)
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  • Chronological overview - Main life events, list of works, discography, many links.
  • Stanford - Life, selected works, and recommended bibliography from OperaGlass.
  • Benjamin Britten - Filmography at the Internet Movie Database (IMDb) with television and movie music, writing, sound editing, and TV guest credits.
  • Benjamin Britten Page - Features an exploration of his War Requiem. Includes related compositions, biography, sound clips, and links.
  • Benjamin Britten's Gift for Melodic Prosody - Biography, key works, timeline, portrait, suggested recordings and readings, and further resources from Humanities Web.
  • Britten, Benjamin (1913 - 1976), United Kingdom - Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays from Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
  • Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976) - Brief biographical sketch, caricature, and summaries of his operas, orchestral works, chamber, and vocal and choral music with Naxos discography.
  • Colorado Britten Society - Official site. Intended to promote performance and research of his works and appreciation of his influences. Includes biography, directors, links, concert schedules, and membership and contact information.

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