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English Singers, The

English Singers, The. Title of group of 6 singers specializing in Eng. madrigals and folk-song arrs. who gave 1st concert in 1920. Visited Prague 1922 and later toured in Berlin, Vienna, Holland, and the USA. Orig. members were Flora Mann, Winifred Whelen, Lillian Berger, Steuart Wilson, Clive Carey, and Cuthbert Kelly. In 1924 Nellie Carson, Norman Stone, and Norman Notley replaced Whelen, Wilson, and Carey, and there were further changes before final disbandment.

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