Cello Sonata; Meditation, etc BRITTEN
Cello Sonata in C, Op. 65
0ystein Birkeland (cello)
Vebjorn Anvik (piano)
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The coupling of Bridge’s Cello Sonata with that of Britten seems so obvious that it is remarkable that it is not just merely common, but the norm when programming these works. Especially so when, as here, Bridge’s remaining pieces for cello and piano can be included to make up a generous and very rewarding recital. It is not simply that, as Britten’s much-respected teacher, there is on one level an affinity
between the two composers. It is also that, as his outlook became increasingly progressive, Bridge was exploring similar problems of expression to his more famous protege. Britten was, of course, a lifelong champion of Bridge’s music, but it still needs advocates.
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