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The BBC Third Programme presents the first performance in London of War requiem, op. 66
At head of title: Westminster Abbey ... Thursday, 6 December 1962 at 8 in the presence of H. M. Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and H. R. H. the Princess Royal.
|Statement||Benjamin Britten ; words from the Missa pro Defunctis and the poems of Wilfred Owen ...|
|Contributions||Owen, Wilfred, 1893-1918|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
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