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Frederic Curzon

b. Ernest Frederic Curzon, 4 Sept 1899, London, Britain, d. 6 Dec 1973, Bournemouth, Britain. Largely unfamiliar, but extremely talented composer, that has contributed a number of important works towards the light music repertoire. Curzon’s profession began associated silent movies, but he made the decision that he’d prefer to focus on the body organ, and was among the 1st in Britain to try out the ‘fresh’ electronic body organ, giving many demo recitals. After 12 years at best London cinemas, in 1938 he made a decision to focus on composing, although he still approved occasional offers to execute around the BBC Theater Body organ. This decision have been prompted from the achievement of his ‘Robin Hood Collection’ (1937) specifically the motion ‘March FROM THE Bowmen’ which made an appearance regularly in broadcasts for the next twenty years. His additional important functions included ‘The Boulevardier’ – his best-known piece that was released in 1941 although its popularity was not guaranteed before Sidney Torch 1948 documenting for EMI – Columbia, ‘Dance OF THE Ostracised Imp’ (1940), ‘Punchinello’ (1948), ‘Bonaventure’, ‘Busybodies’, ‘Cascade’, ‘Chevalier’ ‘In Malaga’, ‘Over The Hillsides And Far Aside’, ‘Summer time Souvenirs’ and ‘Galavant’ (1950).

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