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Arthur Bliss

Although outspoken in his support from the post-World War I Parisian avant-garde during his youth, British composer Arthur Bliss finished his lengthy career being a devoted proponent of a far more conventional, neo-Romantic musical visual. Educated at Pembroke University, Cambridge with the Royal University of Music (where he discovered his …

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Alfred Cellier

After early study in voice and organ, Cellier served as organist whatsoever Saints’ Church, Blackheath, with Ulster Hall in Belfast. His accurate ambition is at the region of theatrical structure and he remaining his are an organist to be the 1st musical director from the Courtroom Theater in London. He …

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