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Richard Addinsell

A prolific author of theater and film music, Richard Addinsell is currently remembered being a one-hit question, the author of the lush, faux-Rachmaninov one-movement Warsaw Concerto for piano and orchestra. Addinsell examined laws at Oxford and, briefly (1925-1926), music on the Royal University of Music in London. He composed his …

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