Britten By Night

Episodes

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01Britten 10020131123

Sequence exploring Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy.

The night - what it both reveals and covers up - is a theme which runs throughout Britten's composing career. The first of two unpresented late night, hour-long music sequences delving into Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy. Including a performance of Britten's Nocturnal by Radio 3 New Generation Artist, guitarist Sean Shibe.

01Britten 10020131123

Sequence exploring Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy.

The night - what it both reveals and covers up - is a theme which runs throughout Britten's composing career. The first of two unpresented late night, hour-long music sequences delving into Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy. Including a performance of Britten's Nocturnal by Radio 3 New Generation Artist, guitarist Sean Shibe.

02 LASTBritten 10020131124

The night - what it both reveals and covers up - is a theme which runs throughout Britten's composing career. The second of two unpresented late night, music sequences delving into Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy. Including a performance of Britten's A Charm of Lullabies by Radio 3 New Generation Artist, mezzo Jennifer Johnston and pianist Joseph Middleton.

02 LASTBritten 10020131124

Sequence exploring Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy.

The night - what it both reveals and covers up - is a theme which runs throughout Britten's composing career. The second of two unpresented late night, music sequences delving into Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy. Including a performance of Britten's A Charm of Lullabies by Radio 3 New Generation Artist, mezzo Jennifer Johnston and pianist Joseph Middleton.

02 LASTBritten 10020131124

The night - what it both reveals and covers up - is a theme which runs throughout Britten's composing career. The second of two unpresented late night, music sequences delving into Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy. Including a performance of Britten's A Charm of Lullabies by Radio 3 New Generation Artist, mezzo Jennifer Johnston and pianist Joseph Middleton.

02 LASTBritten 10020131124

Sequence exploring Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy.

The night - what it both reveals and covers up - is a theme which runs throughout Britten's composing career. The second of two unpresented late night, music sequences delving into Britten's preoccupation with the nocturnal, supernatural and creepy. Including a performance of Britten's A Charm of Lullabies by Radio 3 New Generation Artist, mezzo Jennifer Johnston and pianist Joseph Middleton.