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  1. Alan Rawsthorne (2 de mayo de 1905 — 24 de julio de 1971) fue un compositor británico. Biografía. Rawsthorne nació en Haslingden, Lancashire. Después de intentar carreras como odontología y arquitectura, se decidió a estudiar música en Mánchester y Berlín.

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    • 24 de julio de 1971 (66 años), Cambridge (Reino Unido)
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  2. Died. 24 July 1971. (1971-07-24) (aged 66) Spouse (s) Jessie Hinchcliffe (1934–1954) Isabel Nicholas (1955-1971) (his death) Alan Rawsthorne (2 May 1905 – 24 July 1971) was a British composer. He was born in Haslingden, Lancashire, and is buried in Thaxted churchyard in Essex .

    • 24 July 1971 (aged 66)
    • Jessie Hinchcliffe (1934–1954), Isabel Nicholas (1955-1971) (his death)
  3. 3 de abr. de 2024 · July 24, 1971, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire (aged 66) Alan Rawsthorne (born May 2, 1905, Haslingden, Lancashire, Eng.—died July 24, 1971, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire) was an English composer best known for his finely structured orchestral and chamber music written in a restrained, unostentatious style. Rawsthorne studied at the Royal ...

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  4. Alan Rawsthorne was a British composer, film scorer, music editor, author, and radio talk show presenter. At the heart of his musical contribution was a unique blend of European and English 20th-century techniques which concentrated on instrumental rather than vocal music.

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  5. Rawsthorne was awarded the CBE in 1961, and was made an Honorary Doctor of Music by Liverpool, Essex, and Belfast Universities. He died in Cambridge on 24 July 1971, but his elegant and beautifully crafted music continues to be enjoyed by both performers and listeners.

  6. Alan Rawsthorne ABOUT The Music of Alan Rawsthorne Rawsthorne has been called master of the epigram. As a generality this term provides the listener with an expectation of the dimensions of his music, it does not signify that he is in any sense a miniaturist.

  7. Alan Rawsthorne. Born on 2 May 1905 in Haslingden, Lancashire, His parents tried to discourage him from music so he spent time studying to become a dentist and an architect before he committed to a career in music in his early twenties. He studied at the Royal Manchester College of Music, in Poland and Berlin, before teaching at Dartington Hall ...