Farnham, Surrey, England, United Kingdom (1910 – 1986)
Sir Peter Neville Luard Pears (Farnham, 22 June 1910 – Aldeburgh, 3 April 1986) was an English tenor and life-long partner of the composer Benjamin Britten.
He was educated at Lancing College and went on to study music at Keble College, Oxford, serving as organist at Hertford College, but left without taking his degree. He later studied voice for two terms at the Royal College of Music.
He met Britten in 1936, when he was a member of the BBC Singers… read more
|1||The Indian Queen, Z. 630: "I Attempt from Love's Sickness to Fly" - Live||
|2||The foggy foggy dew||
|3||Pausanias, The Betrayer of His Country, Z. 585: "Sweeter Than Roses" - Live||
|4||Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, Z. 587: "There's Not a Swain of the Plain" - Live||
|5||Fair, sweet, cruel||
|6||The Mock Marriage, Z. 605: "Man Is for the Woman Made" - Live||
|7||Les Illuminations: Fanfare||
|8||A Morning Hymn, Z. 198 - Live||
|9||The Salley Gardens - Live||
|10||Fine Knacks for Ladies||
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