University of East Anglia - Britten's unknown works heard

April 3, 2008

Previously unheard and unpublished early works by the composer and musician Benjamin Britten were due to be performed at the University of East Anglia as part of a Britten study day this week. The concert relates to a project by the university to produce an online catalogue of all Britten's material, published and unpublished.

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