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John Stafford Smith

John Stafford Smith continues to be called “virtually the initial British musicologist.” He was also a favorite author of glees (unaccompanied component tracks) and continues to be a significant body in American background as the author of the tune that Francis Scott Crucial modified into “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the nationwide …

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William Schwenck Gilbert

One of the most successful dramatists of his period, W.S. Gilbert is most beneficial appreciated for his collaborations with composer Sir Arthur Sullivan. Delivered in London in 1836, William Schwenck Gilbert was the just boy of William Gilbert, a retired naval cosmetic surgeon. He tried employed in the civil program …

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