Benjamin Britten - 5 January, 1935
After dinner, wireless - including a very interesting 'Conversation in a train', a part of a popular 'Prom' Tschaikovsky Pft. concerto & Berlioz Faust pieces* (lovely things) played in a dreadfully slap-dash, off-hand way - & of course received with rapturous applause.
John Evans (ed.), Journeying boy : the diaries of the young Benjamin Britten 1928-1938 (:London, 2009), p. 241. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1438253841802 accessed: 21 September, 2021
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'Marche hongroise', 'Ballet des sylphes' and 'Menuet des folles' from La damnation de Faust, légende dramatique
written by Berlioz
unspecified Tchaikovsky piano concerto
written by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
|Date/Time||5 January, 1935|
|Listening Environment||in private, indoors, solitary|
*Berlioz 'Marche hongroise', 'Ballet des sylphes' and 'Menuet des folles' from La damnation de Faust, légende dramatique for soloists, chorus and orchestra (1846).