• George Bridgetower
  • George Bridgetower
  • George Bridgetower
  • George Bridgetower
  • George Bridgetower

George Bridgetower

George Bridgetower

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Subject: Art Citizenship English Health History Music Religion

Art - Liberty and Slavery from 1807 - Resources about George Bridgetower and his relationship with Beethoven.

The website and pack are designed to be used by teachers of Citizenship as well as History, Art, English, Religious Studies and PSHE. In each section you will find an information sheet to share with pupils, as well as a range of suggested activities to support their learning.

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This website provides many supporting materials, including all activity-related music and video clips, copies of images and worksheets. There is also an interview with Julian Joseph who composed the jazz opera "Bridgetower - A Fable of 1807", with libretto by Mike Phillips, for City of London Festival's bicentennial commemoration of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act, and toured by English Touring Opera.

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