I am a camera - Britten's Aldeburgh









Brilliant weather here today with astonishing light, so no words, just pictures. All photos taken this afternoon (23rd March) in Aldeburgh and Snape using a Casio EX-Z120, and (c) On An Overgrown Path.
Other Aldeburgh resources On An Overgrown Path include * Music will rise from the wreckage * Easter at Aldeburgh * A direct line to Britten * East Anglia 1953 - New Orleans 2005 *

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Comments

Anonymous said…
Lovely pictures Pliable! I visited the grave site, Snape and the Red House in 1991. It's a very austere place but I can see why Britten loved it: near the sea, quiet, away from civilization a bit. His and Pear's gravestones are beautiful.

What an amazing composer, he's THE British composer as far as I'm concerned. The first opera I went to was A Midsummer Nights Dream and the first I bought on record was his recording of Peter Grimes.

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