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Lewis Redner

Lewis Redner falls right into a course of composers known for an individual work connected with Christmas, an individual work thus popular concerning eclipse the popularity of its inventor. Like Katherine K. Davis and John Henry Hopkins, Jr., composers of, respectively, “THE TINY Drummer Boy” and We Three Kings of …

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Benjamin Carr

The greatly expansive music career of Benjamin Carr covered just about any facet of the art, sometimes with remarkable depth. Under cathedral music artists in London he constructed the building blocks of his participation in music through education and efficiency. With a good knowledge of its simple discipline, which he …

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