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Dunhill, Thomas (Frederick)

Dunhill, Thomas (Frederick)

Dunhill, Thomas (Frederick), English composer, teacher, and writer on music; b. London, Feb. 1, 1877; d. Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, March 13, 1946. He entered the Royal Coll. of Music in London in 1893, and studied with Franklin Taylor (piano) and Stanford (theory); in 1905 he was appointed a prof, there. In 1907 he founded the Concerts of British Chamber-Music, which he oversaw until 1916. He publ. Chamber Music (1912), Mozart’s String Quartets (two vols., 1927), Sullivan’s Comic Operas (1928), and Sir Edward Elgar (1938).


DRAMATIC Opera : The Enchanted Garden (London, March 1928); Tantivy Towers (London, Jan. 16, 1931); Happy Families (Guildford, Nov. 1, 1933). B a l l e t : Gallimaufry (Hamburg, Dec. 11, 1937); Dick Whittington (n.d.). CHAMBER: Phantasy for String Quartet; Piano Quintet; Quintet for Violin, Cello, Clarinet, Horn, and Piano; Quintet for Horn and String Quartet; Piano Quartet; Viola Sonata; 2 violin sonatas; violin pieces; cello pieces. VOCAL: The Wind among the Reeds, song cycle for Tenor and Orch.

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire

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