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  1. Becoming a Bridge Expert: Sure-fire Tips and Secrets to Boost Your Scores by Frank Stewart, 2001-03-01
  2. The Bridge Player's Comprehensive Guide to Defense by Frank Stewart, 1990-10
  3. Winning Defense for the Advancing Bridge Player: More Constructive Thinking at the Bridge Table by Frank Stewart, 1985-01
  4. The Bridge Book: Defense at Contract Bridge Volume 4 by Frank Stewart, Randall Baron, 1990-12
  5. Frank Stewart's World Of Bridge by Frank Stewart, 2008-10-01
  6. Bridges: A History of the World's Most Famous and Important Spans by Judith Dupre, 1997-01-10
  7. Bridge Today 1001 Workbook: One Thousand and One Bridge Problems by Frank Stewart, 1990-11
  8. Two-Minute Bridge Tips by Frank Stewart, 1995-05-22
  9. Sherlock Holmes, Bridge Detective Returns by Frank Thomas, 1999-01-25
  10. Frank Bridge by Anthony Payne, 1986-06
  11. Frank Bridge: A Thematic Catalogue by Paul Hindmarsh, 1984-01
  12. Music of Frank Bridge by Anthony Payne, etc., 1976-06
  13. Frank Bridge: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in Music) by Karen R. Little, 1991-01-30
  14. Bridges Over the Delaware River: A History of Crossings by Frank T. Dale, 2003-02-12

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2. Bridge, Frank
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays from Dr. Estrella s Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
Bridge, Frank
Bridge, Frank
Period: Early 20th Century
Born: 1879 in Brighton, England
Died: 1941 in Eastbourne, England
Nation of Origin: United Kingdom
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Opera: The Christmas Rose
Other Information: General Bibliography: Kennedy, Michael, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 1997, ISBN: 0198691629 Sadie, Stanley and Tyrrell, John; Editors, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Groves Dictionaries, Inc., January 2001, ISBN: 1561592390 Slonimsky, Nicolas and Kuhn, Laura; Editors, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Gale Group, December 2000, ISBN: 0028655257 Slonimsky, Nicolas, ... Schirmer Books, July 1994, ISBN: 0028724186 Links to essays at other sites: Twentieth Century Music: An Introduction by Eric Salzman Please note: These links will open in a new window. Biographical essay at the Karadar site If the Karadar link does not work, try searching

3. Frank Bridge, 1879-1941
Biography, works list with discography, related composers, and links.
Frank Bridge
English composer, string player, conductor
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Finding what you need... Compact Discs Printed music Related websites Site Redesign December 1998 Through January 1999 the content is being reshuffled to fit the new site design. Many pages and links will be temporarily disabled. Meanwhile you are welcome to write me at with your questions about Bridge or his music. A Quick Overview... Born in Sussex, Bridge as a boy learned to play violin from his father, and had much early exposure to practical musicianship, playing in theatre orchestras his father conducted, arranging and also conducting occasionally. At 17, he entered the Royal College of Music, where he studied violin and composition. He later played viola in prominent quartets and was a respected conductor. His earlier works, though colored by the prevailing Brahms-Stanford style of the times, plainly have their own distinct character. After the war years 1914-18, Bridge's style grew in new directions. Audiences meanwhile were inclined to associate Bridge with earlier works like

4. Bridge, Frank - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Bridge, Frank
English composer. His works include the orchestral suite The Sea (1911), and Oration (1930) for cello and orchestra. He taught the English composer Benjamin Britten., Frank

5. Bridge, Frank
Bridge, Frank Repertoire list and information on his/her piano music.

6. Frank Bridge- Bio, Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music.
Brief biography and caricature with summary of his orchestral music and recommended recordings.
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The work of the English composer and viola-player Frank Bridge is now beginning to enjoy some favour, not least through the fact that he was the teacher of Benjamin Britten, one of whose earlier works is based on a composition by Bridge. Orchestral Music Bridge's orchestral works bring useful additions to the string orchestra repertoire. These include his Lament of 1915, an earlier Suite and a Christmas dance, Sir Roger de Coverley, and versions of Sally in Our Alley and Cherry Ripe, originally designed for string quartet. Role: Classical Composer Album Title Catalogue No Work Category BAX, A.: Piano Quintet in G minor / BRIDGE, F.: Piano Quintet in D minor (Wass, Tippett Quartet) Naxos
Chamber Music BEST OF BRITISH Naxos
Concertos, Orchestral, Chamber Music, Choral - Sacred, Choral - Secular BRIDGE / BLACKWOOD: Cello Sonatas Cedille
Chamber Music BRIDGE, F.: Piano Trios Nos. 1 and 2 / Miniatures for piano trio (Liebeck, Chaushian, Wass)

7. Frank Bridge - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Bridge was born in Brighton and studied at the Royal College of Music in London from 1899 to 1903 under Charles Villiers Stanford and others. He played the viola in a number of string quartets , most notably the English String Quartet , and conducted , sometimes deputising for Henry Wood , before devoting himself to composition, receiving the patronage of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge . He privately tutored a number of pupils, most famously Benjamin Britten , who later championed his teacher's music and paid homage to him in the Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge (1937), based on a theme from the second of Bridge's Three Idylls for String Quartet (1906). Bridge died in Eastbourne
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Among Bridge's works are the orchestral The Sea Oration (1930) for cello and orchestra (recorded in 1976 by Julian Lloyd Webber ) and the opera The Christmas Rose (premiered 1932), but he is perhaps most highly regarded today for his chamber music . His early works are in a late- Romantic idiom, but later pieces such as the third (1926) and fourth (1937) string quartets are harmonically advanced and very distinctive, showing the influence of the

8. Bridge F - 4 Pieces (viola - Pf) - Bridge, Frank -
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Brooklyn, NY History and photos of the Brooklyn Bridge. An icon of American history, the Brooklyn Bridge has served New Yorkers for nearly 125 years.
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    Detailed biography, work list, discussion of works, selected discography.
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    FRANK BRIDGE (1879-1941)
    COMPOSER, COURAGEOUS REVOLUTIONARY AND PACIFIST by Rob Barnett A Len Mullenger commission This is a long article of 9000 words Search this site powered by FreeFind
    These documents were commissioned by the kind receipt of a donation to further the work of this web-site which is otherwise financially unsupported.
    I am grateful to the Frank Bridge Trust for the Photographs. Len Mullenger

    see also Frank Bridge Phantasie in F minor Centenary and Confusion by John France Frank Bridge by Trevor Bray FOREWORD ORIGINS SETTING OUT - FIRST SUCCESSES EARLY SUCCESSES ... A BRIDGE CHRONOLOGY - OUTLINE
    AUTHOR'S NOTE I welcome your feedback, additions and corrections so please contact me at With thanks to those who commented on the first draft and each in their own way improved the present version. The comments of Richard Adams, Jane Erb and Len Mullenger were of great value and considerably enhanced the end result. Thank you. Return to Music Front Page Since October 1998 you are visitor number

    12. Bridge, Frank - Definition Of Bridge, Frank By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesa
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    Bridge, Frank Brief biography and caricature with summary of his orchestral music and recommended recordings. Bridge, Frank (1879 - 1941), United Kingdom - Biographical data
  • Bridge, Frank - Brief biography and caricature with summary of his orchestral music and recommended recordings.
  • Bridge, Frank (1879 - 1941), United Kingdom - Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays from Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
  • Frank Bridge - Musica Classica Classical Music Dictionary entry with life, illustration, and works, including English text of his lieder.
  • Frank Bridge (1879-1941) - Detailed biography, work list, discussion of works,selected discography.
  • Frank Bridge (1879-1941) - Biography, works list with discography, related composers, and links.
  • The Frank Bridge Trust - Official site. Selected music in print, recordings, books, and information on performance grants and contacting the society.
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    bridge over something. to make a bridge or passage over something. They bridged over each of the streams as they came to them. I think we can bridge over this little river in a few, Frank

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    16. The Frank Bridge Trust - Impulse
    Official site. Selected music in print, recordings, books, and information on performance grants and contacting the society.
    THE FRANK BRIDGE BEQUEST The music of Frank Bridge (1879-1941) was widely played in his younger days but suffered increasing neglect in the 1930s and for 30 years after his death. Since the 1970s there has been a steady re-awakening of interest not least as a result of the advocacy of Benjamin Britten (Bridge's pupil), such enthusiasts as Anthony Payne and
    Paul Hindmarsh and the activities of the Frank Bridge Bequest. The Bequest acts as a centre of information on all aspects of his life and music. Enquiries are welcome and should be addressed to: Professor Paul Banks, BA, DPhil, HonRCM
    Chairman, RCM Frank Bridge Bequest
    Centre for Performance History
    220-238 Goldhawk Road
    Tel: 020 8749 2268
    Web: Scores of many of the works are held at the Royal College of Music and can be seen by appointment with the librarian, tel: +44 (0)20 7589 3643 For more information on the Frank Bridge Bequest, please visit the Bequest's pages on the

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    20. JustClassical: Bridge, Frank
    Analog, absolutely! Definitely digital! I think the performance is more important than the recording technology. Nothing can compare with a live performance.

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