Philip Langridge, British Operatic Tenor, Dies at 70

By Allan Kozinn [NY Times, 8 March 2010]
Philip Langridge, an English tenor who was renowned for roles by Benjamin Britten and was an eloquent interpreter of Handel, Mozart, Schubert, Janacek and Stravinsky, died in England on Friday. He was 70 and lived near Guildford, southwest of London.