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Benjamin Frankel - A Shakespeare Overture, opus 29 (1954)

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« on: October 07, 2017, 08:24:20 am »

Benjamin Frankel, the son of a synagogue beadle, was born in London in 1906, and taught himself the musical literature by avid reading of everything held by the Hammersmith Public Library.

In 1952 he resigned his membership of the Party in protest against the Slánský trial.

Between the years 1958 and 1971 he produced eight symphonies.

Can any one tell us more about the origin of this Overture, and how it relates to Shakespeare?!RCJizZZZ!pRSczLx0_u_oSxWwzDzHVY2AZ7nxU Y3h7HxTLNrr-lQ

Duration: 10 minutes precisely.
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