Bizony, Celia (b Berlin, 1904; d London, 1987). Ger.-born voice teacher, composer, and harpsichordist. Co-founder Musica Antica e Nuova, Cambridge, 1942–8. Lect. and teacher in Canada 1949–55. Prof., GSMD and lecturer, Morley College, London, 1956–69. Mus. dir., Musica Antica e Nuova, London, from 1956. Comp. part-songs, str. qt., hpd. pieces. Wrote short history of Bach family.
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