4 edition of Bantock: music in the Midlands before the First World War. found in the catalog.
Bantock: music in the Midlands before the First World War.
|LC Classifications||ML410.B21 B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||74162287|
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Albert William Ketèlbey was born in Alma Street, Aston on 9 Augustthe son of a. " 58 See also Bantock’s essay ‘Confucianism and Music’, New Quarterly Musical Review, 3/12 (Feb.
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Birthplace of Tudorbethan architecture and home of the Bradmore Walk, Tettenhall Dick (‘hard as a brick’) and Mensa, not to mention England’s first set. Bantock had a wide circle of friends in international music circles: he counted composers Elgar, Holbrooke, Sibelius and Delius among his best friends.
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We want to be able to come up with.eyesight. Dr. Bantock, with Scottish caution, sought for him some more useful occupation than music-chemical engineering at South Kensing-ton. That hope quickly went up in smoke; chemistry gave place to composition (on a base of naught but piano lessons).
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