Haym, Hans (b Halle, 1860; d Elberfeld, 1921). Ger. conductor and composer. Mus. dir. Elberfelder Gesangverein, 1890–1920. Friend and champion of Delius. In Elberfeld cond. f.p. of Over the Hills and Far Away (1897), Paris (1901), unpubd. 1st version (1897) of pf. conc. (1904), Appalachia (1904), and f. complete p. in Ger. of A Mass of Life, 1909.
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