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Who is Alan Rawsthorne?
Alan Rawsthorne was a British composer. He was born in Haslingden, Lancashire, and is buried in Thaxted churchyard in Essex.
- also known as Rawsthorne, Alan
- born on (110 years ago) in Haslingden, child of Hubert Rawsthorne and Janet Bridge
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: Royal Manchester College of Music
- profession: Composer, pianist, film score composer
- died on (44 years ago) in Cambridge
- genres: 20th-century classical music, Ballet, Chamber music
- albums: "Symphonies 1-3 (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: David Lloyd-Jones)", "Violin Concertos Nos. 1 and 2"
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ca. 1400-1958 by Charles Edward McGuire, Steven E. Plank
by Benjamin Britten, Gerald Finzi, Elisabeth Luytens, Dame Elizabeth Maconchy, Alan Rawsthorne, and Sir Michael Tippett. From 1950 forward the series was variously called the Macnaghten Concerts, the Macnaghten Music Group, the ...
by J. Uglow, M. Hendry
Britten, Alan Rawsthorne, Richard Rodney Bennett and later Peter ...
by Robert W. Pohle Jr., Douglas C. Hart, Rita Pohle Baldwin
Director: Basil Dearden Screenplay: John Dighton, Alexander Mackendrick; based on the novel by Helen Simpson Producer: Sir Michael Balcon; Music: Alan Rawsthorne; ...
by Jennifer S. Uglow, Maggy Hendry
Britten, Alan Rawsthorne, Richard Rodney Bennett and later Peter Maxwell Davies are among the composers whose works have had first performances through the society. During the 196os it became more international in scope, ...
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