About this book
A memoir about Blythe's time in Aldeburgh in the 1950s, when, as a young writer, he found himself drawn into Benjamin Britten's circle and working for the Aldeburgh Festival. Published to coincide with the centenary of Britten's birth.
Published to coincide with the centenary of Benjamin Britten's birth, this is a tale of music and painting, unforgettable words and fears. It describes the first steps of an East Anglian journey, an intimate appraisal of a vivid and memorable time. It is about the author's life in Aldeburgh during the 1950s.
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