1926, vol. 5: Bridge, Sibelius, Bartók

The First World War had weighed heavily on the mind and heart of English composer Frank Bridge, as with so many others.  In the course of the war the United Kingdom had lost more than a million young men. […] (Click here to continue reading a transcript of this episode.)

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Bridge, String Quartet no. 3
Bridge, Canzonetta
Bridge, Two Entr’actes
Sibelius, The Tempest
Sibelius, Tapiola
Sibelius, Väinön Virsi
Bartók, Piano Sonata, Szabadbad (Out of Doors),
Nine Little Piano Pieces

Bartók, Piano Concerto no. 1
Bartók, Falun: Three Village Scenes

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