Nicholas Wilks on Britten's War Requiem

Of all Britten’s works with the possible exception of Peter Grimes it is the War Requiem which most deeply explores the deep fissure that exists between the public and the private. It is surely no coincidence that the War Requiem has such striking parallels with the Verdi Requiem which we performed here this time last …

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