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Bridge

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

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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The Frank Bridge Variations, however, reveal much less of a difference, and I daresay in a blind test I would be hard pressed to tell the JVC remaster from the Decca/London original.
Little's volume on Frank Bridge opens with a succinct (seventeen-page) biography.
To conclude the Thursday program, conductor Paul and the American Symphonia Strings will play Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, described as Britten's "first really mature score.
I mention this because it is probably a lot people's introduction to the pastoral music of Englishman Frank Bridge.
This recording of the Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge and the Simple Symphony faces formidable competition from ones made by Britten with the English Chamber Orchestra in the 1960s.
Their CDs of Frank Bridge chamber music all received great critical acclaim.
Johnston with pianist Kathryn Stott, plays the wonderful Sonata of Frank Bridge, and his Melodie and Spring Song.
On Friday, July 14, they will perform a programme of sonatas by Brahms, Richard Strauss, Bach and Frank Bridge.
Tas-min Little's programme includes JS Bach, Brahms, Frank Bridge and Strauss.
This year's festival is highlighting the work of the English composer Frank Bridge, and the Swan will also play his Three Idylls.
A student of Frank Bridge and John Ireland, Britten went on to become England's most exportable and widely performed composer of his generation.
Review TITLE: Maggini Quartet VENUE: St Paul's Hall, Huddersfield REVIEW: By Chris Robins COMPOSER Frank Bridge, remembered now only as Benjamin Britten's teacher, was a contemporary of Vaughan Williams, Holst and Bax, and a celebrated string quartet player both as violinist and violist.