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A New Britten Arrangement for Voice & Guitar by Julian Bream

(October 2008)

News_9790060119293.jpg The Second Lute Song of the Earl of Essex, from Gloriana.

This arrangement of a song from Britten's 1953 opera 'Gloriana' was written in 1957, with Britten's approval. Although it was recorded in 1963 by Peter Pears and Julian Bream and often included in their recital programmes, this exquisite arrangement was never published until now. Julian Bream has applied minor revisions for this present publication.

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