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Benjamin Britten

The Simple Symphony

Benjamin Britten composed his Simple Symphony when he was twenty, but he based it on music that he’d written much earlier — some of it when he was only 10! The “Simple Symphony” has four movements, each of which has a very catchy name: Boisterous Bouree, Playful Pizzicato, Sentimental Sarabande, and Frolicsome Finale.

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Simple Symphony: Frolicsome Finale
Simple Symphony: Sentimental Serenade
Violin Partita #3: Gavotte
Simple Symphony: Playful Pizzicato
Simple Symphony: Boisterous Bouree

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#1. Britten wrote The Simple Symphony for what ensembles?

#2. What is a Bouree?

#3. What does Pizzicato mean?

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