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New Aldeburgh anthology / compiled by Ariane Bankes and Jonathan Reekie ; foreword by Ronald Blythe.

Medverkande: Bankes, Ariane [edt] | Reekie, Jonathan [edt]
Utgivare: Woodbridge, UK ; Rochester, NY : Aldeburgh Music/Boydell, 2009Beskrivning: 360 s., [16] pl.-s. : ill., musiknoter ; 24 cmISBN: 978-1-84383-439-7Ämne(n): Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts | Opera -- England -- 2000-talet | Opera -- England -- Aldeburgh -- 21st century | Aldeburgh (England) -- Description and travelDDK-klassifikation: 780.7942646 SAB-klassifikation: Ijb-ez Aldeburgh | Ijra Anmärkning bestånd: B27.602 Libris-ID: 11249557Summary: The New Aldeburgh Anthology takes its inspiration from Ronald Blythe's classic Aldeburgh Anthology of 1972, which summoned the spirit of Aldeburgh and the Suffolk coast in words and images that resonate still, and has proved enduringly popular. This new volume brings the story up to date and distils the very essence of the place just at the point when its identity might seem diluted by the accelerating pace of change. It speaks for and to the present generation, combining young voices with old, those of writers and musicians with poets and artists, of historians with naturalists, architects and ecologists, and local people.Britten and Pears' Aldeburgh Festival lies at the heart of the enterprise. Much has changed, but the Festival still owes its unique appeal and character to the remarkable history and the inspiration of its founders, as well as their strong sense of place.
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The New Aldeburgh Anthology takes its inspiration from Ronald Blythe's classic Aldeburgh Anthology of 1972, which summoned the spirit of Aldeburgh and the Suffolk coast in words and images that resonate still, and has proved enduringly popular. This new volume brings the story up to date and distils the very essence of the place just at the point when its identity might seem diluted by the accelerating pace of change. It speaks for and to the present generation, combining young voices with old, those of writers and musicians with poets and artists, of historians with naturalists, architects and ecologists, and local people.Britten and Pears' Aldeburgh Festival lies at the heart of the enterprise. Much has changed, but the Festival still owes its unique appeal and character to the remarkable history and the inspiration of its founders, as well as their strong sense of place.

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