How to use Britten in a sentence
In the end, the problem for Britten and Berkeley was the same.
The composer Lennox Berkeley was the mentor, and briefly lover, of Benjamin Britten.
The phrase and Britten's squat gestures haunted me as I walked homeward alone.The New Machiavelli | Herbert George Wells
Britten was an experienced journalist, and I had most of the necessary instincts for the business.The New Machiavelli | Herbert George Wells
In some surprise Ned observed that Captain Britten was fumbling with the straps about his big, old-fashioned valise.
British Dictionary definitions for Britten
(Edward) Benjamin, Baron Britten. 1913–76, English composer, pianist, and conductor. His works include the operas Peter Grimes (1945) and Billy Budd (1951), the choral works Hymn to St Cecilia (1942) and A War Requiem (1962), and numerous orchestral pieces
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