Mason, Colin (b Northampton, 1924; d London, 1971). Eng. music critic. Authority on Bartók. Mus. critic Manchester Guardian 1950–64, Daily Telegraph from 1964. Ed. suppl. Cobbett's Cyclopedia of Chamber Music 1963. Ed. Tempo 1964–71. Active in promotion of contemporary works.
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