Victory, Gerard [ Alan Loraine] (b Dublin, 1921; d Dublin, 1995). Irish composer and conductor. Mus. producer, Radio Telefis Eireann 1948–67, dir. of mus. 1967–82. Works incl. 15 operas and operettas (incl. Eloise and Abelard, 1973); Jonathan Swift, orch.; Homage to Petrarch, str.; 2 syms.; hp. conc.; vc. conc.; Miroirs, orch.; str. qt.; pf. quintet, etc.
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