January 13, 2020


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Benjamin Britten wrote a piece for orchestra during his Christmas break when he was 20 years old.  He fashioned it out of works he had written when he was as young as 10.  The title of each movement is a clever alliteration, such as ‘Boisterous Bourée’ and “Frolicsome Finale.’  What’s the name of this Britten creation, whose title is also an alliteration?