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1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

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Frank Bridge, who taught Benjamin Britten, will be the featured composer at next year's Stratford on Avon music festival.
This time they play the First and Third quartets of Frank Bridge, revealing his early work for a Bologna competition,and his later idiom after coming under the influence of the Second Vien-nese School.
Christopher Morley CBSO / A Boy Was Born Symphony Hall For decades Frank Bridge only featured on our radar as the rigorous composition teacher to a youthful Benjamin Britten, but more recently, thanks partly to the efforts of Sakari Oramo and the CBSO, we have come to value his own works.
The sleeve note writer draws parallels with Frank Bridge and Delius, but I would also feel inclined to describe his music as a sunnier Arnold Bax
The near-adolescent Simple Symphony was given with an elegance and poise which elevated it into the ranks of similar pieces by Grieg and Tchaikovsky, and the searching Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge were delivered with immense character.
More Britten follows at the Town Hall the next day, when the aptlynamed Britten Sinfonia performs A Simple Symphony and the kaleidoscopic ariations on a Theme of Frank Bridge.
A shimmering gorgeous final movement left us with smiles and a further delight with the delicious encore of a Frank Bridge 'Miniature'.
Piano Music by Frank Bridge Vol 3 Bebbington/Bridge Frank Bridge, teacher of Benjamin Britten.
Equally wonderful was the Sinfonia's performance of Britten's kaleidoscopic, deeply-felt and deftly allusiv Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, the players combining so hearteningly under Jackie Shave's so unobtrusive yet totally effective direction.
Then come the Five Pieces for String Quartet by Erwin Schulhoff, a kind of precursor of the myriad styles in Britten's Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, but this time not from a composer who lived a charmed life, but from one who perished in Wurzburg Concentration Camp in 1942.
During his 10-year tenure English composers (Elgar, John Foulds, Britten and Frank Bridge among them) come very much to the forefront, not least with performances of Elgar's three great oratorios (Dream of Gerontius, the Apostles, the Kingdom) on consecutive evenings.
There is also a comparative rarity from Frank Bridge, a composer normally associated with chamber or orchestral music, in the form of his Adagio in E major, a rapt little piece which casts a thoughtful spell all its own.