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Sir George Dyson (1883-1964)


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« on: June 16, 2014, 02:23:05 pm »

Both excellent pieces of news! I have come to appreciate Dyson a great deal in the last few years. I think his violin concerto is one of the loveliest in the genre (and there is quite a bit of competition. The choral works too: I shall look forward greatly to the 'new' symphony. Yes, I have read the short Palmer book, written when hardly anything was available on record, so I look forward to the new book.

Like York Bowen, Dyson seems to have come from nowhere to having virtually everything recorded, but I find Dyson a lot more deserving of this!
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