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A. Boult was an English first-class cricketer who made one appearance for Middlesex in 1787, scoring three runs. Boult played for Middlesex against Essex on 31 May 1787 at Lord's Old Ground, Middlesex winning by 93 runs in the second match known to have been played on the ground after it opened earlier in May.
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Harvard Dictionary of Music (1969)
by Willi Apel
A. Boult, A Handbook on the Technique of Conducting, rev. ed. (1949); M. H. Holmes, Conducting An Amateur Orchestra (1951); A. T. Davison, Choral ...
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